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K2 Superfree LTP 70's 50th Anniversary Skis w/ Marker ER310.0 Bindings - Womens


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Description: K2 Superfree LTP 70's 50th Anniversary Skis w/ Marker ER310.0 Bindings - Womens

Feel the joy of no barriers when you're rippin' with the K2 Superfree LTP 70's 50th Anniversary Skis with Marker ER310.0 Bindings for women! Designed for ladies, by ladies, the Superfree allows for comfortable yet aggressive skiing while on groomers or rippin' through deep pow. Technically speaking, Hybritech Sidewalls and a Bioflex 2 Core provide fantastic construction, resulting in a long lasting ski for intermediate to advanced skiers. Aesthetically, retro colors and a sweet design garner glances from the entire lift line. The included Marker ER310.0 have been paired up with these Superfree skis, making sure you get the best performance possible.

Key Features of the K2 Superfree LTP 70's 50th Anniversary Skis with Marker ER310.0 Bindings:
  • Sizes: 139, 146, 153, 160, 167
  • Binding Options: ER3 10.0 Binding
  • Performance: Groomed: 50%, Ungroomed: 50%
  • Radius: 14m@160
  • Construction: Hybritech Sidewall, Triaxial Braided, Bioflex 2 Core
  • All-Terrain Rocker
  • 120/ 76/ 104

Superfree LTP 70's 50th Anniversary

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I'd been looking at the K2 Superfrees on other sites, and determined they were perfect for me: intermediate and not too aggressive. When I saw this fun 50th Anniversary version, I had to pull the trigger! I used them in Tahoe in Feb and loved how they skied. Very easy to turn. So glad I bought these.
March 4, 2015
over 2 years ago
She always gets compliments
She loves the skis...great for beginner to intermediate skier. And of course they look AWESOME! She gets complements all the time. Thanks Santa :)
November 2, 2014
over 3 years ago

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Amazing design!
Chelsea W on Jan 6, 2014
Amazing design!
Chelsea W on Jan 6, 2014
K2 always great and groovy pattern
Aimee L on Jan 3, 2014
K2 always great and groovy pattern
Aimee L on Jan 3, 2014
Will 160 be too long for someone who is 5'4", weighs 115 lbs, and is an intermediate skier who rides primarily on-piste but needs the ability to ride off or in powder on occasion?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These may be a bit challenging... They are super fast--lots of surface area. That said, i'm 140 and 5 7" and an expert skiier who has 180's. 160's might be ok and just challenge you to really focus. But unless you're up for speed and a bit of a challenge i would find something shorter. Ie if you want easy, go to skis, not these! It took me two weeks to get used to and i came from older, narrower 190's. Hope that helps!
looking for an intermediate to advanced ski. Ski mainly in NE, lots of crud, some powder, but have to keep up with my kids. Need a ski that can do everything and not slow me down like a beginner?
lisa b on Apr 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm an intermediate/expert skiier and from what I can tell so far these skis are great in crud and ice. I've only had a few days on the mountain with them so far so I haven't gotten a chance to try powder, but they haven't slowed me down yet and I'm a very aggressive skiier. I'm really enjoying them, and I love the design although they are a little bit more neon in person than what they look online if you were wondering
what kind of boots can i get for these?
A shopper on Aug 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Your ski boot choice does not depend on your ski choice. You should select boots that fit your foot, skier type (I, II, or III), and the level of performance you are looking for.

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Are these twin tips?
A shopper on Mar 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I would say this ski incorporates both the twin tip and shape ski. The back of the ski is a combination of both, but the front is more twin tip. K-2 uses rocker technology and in my opinion, it is one of the best skis I've ever tried. My "groovy" skis are the talk of the mountain with their colorful design, but they ski anything from ice to crud. I've never even fallen on these skis, and that's important because I broke my back. They've given me the confidence I need to be safe while I can live it up and have pure fun! It's easy to keep up with the boys because they go real fast. I own different lengths, and they all handle well. This is a very versatile, all mountain ski.
So for 5'11 intermediate skier should I go with the 160 cm or the 167 cm of the K2 Superfree LTP?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 167cm K2 Superfree LTP Skis would be best!
my daughter is 5'11" and weighs 135ish...what length skis should I look for? She's an intermediate skier...
A shopper on Dec 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: At 5'11" she could ride skis from 155cm to 177cm.

The 167cm K2 Superfree LTP Skis would be a great choice.
Are bindings already mounted or do I have to pay extra for that?
Alden F on Dec 5, 2013
BEST ANSWER: We can not mount skis due to liability and difficulty without the skier and equipment on site. The House recommends taking skis, bindings, and boots to your local and trusted Ski Shop to be mounted by a certified professional.
Is this basically same as K2 superfree 76 except color?
jen p on Dec 2, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Almost the same but not totally. The tip and tail have a different shape and profile but the sidecut is very similar. Both are great skis.
Are these ski's twin tips?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The K2 Superfree LTP 70's are a conventional shaped ski. So you'll get a little rise out of the tail but not enough to go both directions.