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K2 Indy Skis - Kids, Youth



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Description: K2 Indy Skis - Kids, Youth

These Youth K2 Indy Skis are a great one quiver ski that can do it all for every youngster. Skill progression should be at the forefront of every aspiring rider's mind, and these K2 Indy Skis are set to help you rip your away across the mountain and over all kinds of terrain. With their Noodle Technology, this ski is very forgiving and rides smoothly as if you were skiing right on over the clouds. These Indy model skis will keep your little one entertained all day long.

Key Features of K2 Indy Skis:
  • Recommended Binding (not included): Fastrak2 4.5 Binding, Fastrak2 7.0 Binding
  • Performance: Groomed: 80%/ Ungroomed: 20%
  • Radius: 8m @ 112/ Directional Taper
  • Construction: Cap, Torsion Box/ PU, Composite
  • Features: Noodle Ski System


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Value for money and I was looking for a cool Christmas gift for my nephew.
Kim E on Nov 28, 2014
Value for money and I was looking for a cool Christmas gift for my nephew.
Kim E on Nov 28, 2014
Eddie liked it.
Edgardo A on Nov 2, 2013
Eddie liked it.
Edgardo A on Nov 2, 2013
Could a woman beginner skier use these? Is there a weight max on skis?
J L on Mar 3, 2014
Skis are determined by weight, and I would not recommend these for an adult.
Would the 146 in this model be suitable for a kid weighing around 140?
A shopper on Dec 19, 2014
Kim is not wrong here. The child would be right on the edge of being too much for the ski (no growth room). If you tell me their age, height, and level of skier i can get a better picture to help.
will these skis accommodate a ski binding with a 72mm brake ? Thanks in advance you guys are tops !
Docski on Dec 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Well, we think you'e the tops.

That biding will work. The K2 Indy has a waist width of 70mm. I typically recommend using a brake width 5-10mm wider than the waist width of the ski. That brake should have enough clearance to deploy correctly.

Have a great winter!
Are these twin tips?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I don't consider them a twin tip. They are more an All Mountain ski. Twin tips have tips an tails that are nearly identical in shap: width, turn up. Normally a twin tip is just slightly wider than other skis of the same length. The K2 Juvi would be a twin tip. Hope this helps.
Will you mount the bindings to skis if we purchase bindings from you?
Alison H on Dec 30, 2016
We cannot mount the bindings to the ski unless you come to our showroom store...... ski bindings need to be set up to you specifically.
Do they come with or without bindings?
A shopper on Mar 5, 2015
These particular K2 Indy Skis are sold as just the ski. We do offer specific ski and binding combo packages, and through our sales specialists you can create your own package: 1 (800) 409-7669.
My son has what appears to be the same ski but his are twin tipped and these are conventional. Is that possible or is the specification in error?
A shopper on Mar 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The K2 Indy Skis are 80% Camber and 20% Rocker with rocker on the tips and tail - they Indy's can be ridden backwards. Thanks the heads up. The site will be changed momentarily.
says base color may vary ? I'm assuming this is the bottom/ underneath ?
Docski on Dec 22, 2014
Base Color... the underside of the ski.
How do I go about getting bindings for these skies?
Andrea P on Dec 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Andrea!

The K2 Indy Skis are great youth skis for the little ripper looking to shred all over the mountain. Binding selection is determined by height, weight, and ski ability of the child. Also, I recommend purchasing a binding 5-10mm wider than the waist width of the ski. The Indy has a 70mm waist width so a brake width of 75-80mm will be perfect.

If your child is quite young and small, I suggest purchasing a binding with a DIN range (retention of the device) of .75-4.5. If he or she is older and bigger, I suggest a DIN range of 2-7.

Here is a link to all our Youth Ski Bindings:

Hope this helps. Have an awesome winter!


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