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K2 Domain Skis

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Description: K2 Domain Skis

While earning its namesake by distinguishing its domain in the park, this ski clearly isn’t outside of its comfort zone across the entire resort.

Key Features of the K2 Domain Skis:
  • JIB Rocker: Trusted for predicable yet playful performance with enhanced pop and unmatched ollie and butter power.
  • 115/90/115
  • Size: 159, 164, 169, 174, 179
  • Radius: 21m @ 179
  • Core: Aspen
  • Triaxial Braid
  • TwinTech Sidewalls
  • Tip/Tail Headware
  • Swap Base
  • Park spezifischer Flex


Past Season Product

5.0 / 5.0
2 Reviews
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Awesome skiis!
Awesome in powder and in the choppy snow. Even better in the park. Only complaint is that they're not as flexible in the nose and tail as I anticipated. Overall great skiis
December 6, 2014
over 3 years ago
I have rossignol 110 bindings. Would they fit on these skis?
January 27, 2016
Anchorage, AK, US
Age: 25-44

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What kind of bindings should I put in these?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Binding din release is based on rider weight so feel free to call sales with any questions. With the K2 Domain Skis, the waist width is 90 mm so you want a 90 or 100 mm brake width binding from Marker or any major trusted brand.
Is this a good ski for someone who likes to have fun in the park, but also likes to ski all over the mountain?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The K2 Domain is a tremendous ski. If you are planning to spend most of your time in the park and turn your other runs into more of a slopestyle ski experience than this is the ski for you.

If you are looking for a K2 Ski that can go all over and provide a playful experience anywhere then the K2 Shreditor 92 is a great option:

Let me know what you think.
Hi,I was looking for the k2 domain ,but I have one question , will this skis be suitable for 60% normal piste skiing and 40% freestyle skiing?Taking into account the binding positions ,etc...
james on Oct 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: With a jib rocker profile shape the K2 Domain Skis excel in the park and freestyle terrain the most!
what is this ski mainly good for?
A shopper on Mar 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: the "domain" is suppose to be the park but I think it's an all mountain ski. It's a really good well rounded ski especially for the price. I've used this ski all season and its preformed pretty good. well worth it.
Hi guys! I'm looking to purchase my first pair of skis and to say the least.... I need help. I am mainly an all mountain rider (usually groomed or glade runs) and hit the terrain parks a few times a day. I am looking for an all mountain twin tip (has to be twin tip) ski, that will be useful in a variety of conditions and runs. I'm an aggressive rider but sometimes like to slow it down, when skiing with my grandparents. I saw these (the skis) listed above and fell in love with their design. But would these skis fit my description well? The comments and reviews seem to be good, but I wanted to get some other, more experienced skiers opinions. If anyone can think of or find better skis to fit my style of skiing please comment or paste a link in your comment. And if possible binding recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Murph on Dec 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Marty, I just purchased these skis recently and love them. I am an avid skier and live in Colorado. I have only skied on them 6 days this season but so far, they are very playful and handle pretty well. They are a mainly park ski but I ski glades runs and they do just fine with sharp turns, not as well as some, but still good. Very nice to ski groomed runs with ease. Hope this helps, if you have any other questions, just ask!
I have rossignol 110 bindings. Would those work?
James on Jan 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: short answer is yes they will. the 110 is the width of your bindings. the width (waist) of the domains is 90mm. your rear binding isn't center but where your rear binding is located it won't be anywhere near 110. hope this helps.
I'm a female interested in these skis. I'm
About 5'3 and weigh 125, would these skis work for me if I fitted the bindings correctly? I'm an aggressive skier so skill would not be the problem.
Lauren B on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Lauren! Hey! I think that these skis would work great for you. Check out the 159cm size.
So I really like these but I'm a female. I like to think I'm an aggressive skier, would these work for me if they are the right size?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Without a doubt! They're great for any gender.
how do you select the size of the ski?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It typically goes by weight, height and Mountain Use. So I'm 5'11" and weight 190lbs, and I'm an all mountain skier. So for me I went with a 164 opposed to the 174. But it's all preferences based. Hope this helps!
I am 5' 8" would these work for me?
James on Jan 31, 2016
I am the same height (like145lbs) and I ride anything from a 155 length ski to a 165 length ski. I believe these K2 Domain Skis in a 159cm length would be an excellent choice for you.
I need bindings for for K2 Domain skis. What bindings will work with them?
susie p on Dec 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good call Joseph. You're going to want a binding with a brake width of 95mm, or somewhere right around there. Here's a nice pair of Fischer's that will fit well --
im 5´ would i be ok in the 159cm?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2016

I would recommend a smaller ski, you can check our sizing chart for more information here:
Hope this helps!
What's the approximate weight in the 164?
K E on Mar 13, 2015
there is no real weight postings for most skis, however these K2 Domain Skis will fall on the light side of mid-weight skis... if that makes sense.
If I buy skis I automatically get a freebie gift for no extra charge?
A shopper on Mar 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Check out the "Free Gear" page for all of the freebie information HERE:
Do you do top sheet repair on skis?
Sean S on Apr 9, 2016

It depends on what kind of damage the top sheet has.