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K2 EXT Skis


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Description: K2 EXT Skis

If you want a pair of skis that will never fail you no matter what the conditions, you owe it to yourself to try out a pair of K2 EXT Skis today! No longer do you have to suffer from inferior skis that do not allow you to live up to your potential. Fir construction makes these some of the strongest skis around too. Never again worry about snapping them if you land a little too hard or off center. These babies can take a beating.

Key Features of The K2 EXT Skis 159:
  • Ungroomed: 30% / Groomed: 70%
  • 21m@179 Radius / Standard Taper
  • Vertical ABS Sidewall Construction
  • Fir Construction
  • Tip and Tail Rivets
  • Triaxial Binding(not included)

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Would elan 7.5 bindings fit these?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Elan 7.5 bindings would not fit the K2 EXT Skis, as the bindings are too narrow in the brake width.
The 7.5 is also for junior/lighter adult skiers.
what is some good binder for this ?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Atomic Z 12 bindings would be a great option. Check them out HERE:
Would Elan 10 bindings fit this ski?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If the Elan 10 Bindings have a brake width wider than 85mm, yes they will work on the K2 EXt Skis.
Will Elan 10 bindings fit these?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If the Elan 10 Bindings have a brake width wider than 85mm, yes they will work on the K2 EXt Skis.
I've heard that you want to add 5cm for twin tips, is this true?
Matt W on Nov 16, 2015
Sure... depending on what you intend to do with the skis you may want to add a little length to some twin-tips. A twin-tip will generally not quite carve or hold as well as a conventional ski.. a little length can assist you. For me personally... the point of my twin-tips is to be free and agile and I have them the same length as my regular skis.
what would be a good binding for the k2 EXT ski and are they good off the park?
ryan w on Oct 27, 2015
These are an all-mountain twin tip shape. They can be used anywhere on the mountain..... go explore!
How small of bindings could fit on these?
Ben K on Jan 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The K2 EXTreme Skis are 80 wide, so 80 would be the smallest brake width.
I have been skiing since I was 13 yrs old. Still doing it! My question with explanation: I'm currently skiing on 156 radius 12.8. I love these skis as they allow me to go wherever I want. However, I have joined a ski racing team. this coming season will be our third year. It's somewhere between GS and slalom. I want to go faster. My question to you is, what length, shape should I get to cut some seconds off my gate time? I'm 5'8" 155lbs. Please help!
Miller on Aug 24, 2014

Sounds to me like you are looking for some Race Specific skis. GS Skis are between 170cm and 185cm while Slalom Skis usually max out at 165cm length. GS Skis do not have as much side cut as Slalom skis; GS=medium to long turns, Slalom=short, quick turns.

Here's a link to our Carving Skis-

Here's a link to our Ski Packages that are better for carving -
Are these skis good for an advanced skier?
Joel G on Jan 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: imo yes i have skied these at park city most of the time and at times in between storms, these are absolutely magical. they are not wide by any means but still have enough float for east coast powder and the occasional run out west. they are very light and have great pop in the park, landing switch is no problem, but you need to get used to it a bit first. on rails these skis are great they hold up late and later versions of this ski have k2 rollerblade wheel rubber underfoot to dampen hard landings, which has saved a few sprained ankles. overall it is a great ski for anyone who wants to have good control through turns but the light weight will make these skis more susceptible to chatter on ice. two other skis that are similar are the volkl atomic infamous as well as the volkl ledge. both of which are set up for the park but have the ability to give you a great time on the rest of the mountain as well.
are these good skis for a skier who has never skied before and want to learn and progress in skiing?
A shopper on Aug 22, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The K2 EXT skis are a solid ski for cruising around Blue (Medium) runs, but they have a unique shape that is novice friendly.

You could also check out the K2 A.M.P. Sabre -