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K2 Shreditor 102 Skis

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Description: K2 Shreditor 102 Skis

The K2 Shreditor 102 Skis will give you that free-ride feel you love so much in a narrow, nimble, hard -carving package. All-terrain rocker gives your tip and tail a lift over fresh snow, crud, and wind-buff while the camber underfoot provides easy edge-to-edge transfer on the hardpack and groomers. The Twintech sidewall wraps the topsheet partially around the sidewall, reducing wear along the edge and preventing your topsheet from chipping off so your sticks look mint season after season. The tapered tip and tail increases control coming out of turns or darting between the trees. 

Key Features of K2 Shreditor 102 Skis:
  • Sizes: 169/ 179/ 189
  • Radius: 19m @179/ Bi-Directional Sidecut
  • Sidecut: 133/ 102/ 127
  • All-Terrain Rocker
  • Core: Aspen/ Paulownia
  • Construction: Triaxial Braid, TwinTech Sidewall

Shreditor 102

Past Season Product

5.0 / 5.0
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great all around skis
i would recommend these skis for off piste, tree skiing.
December 17, 2014
over 2 years ago
These brought tears of joy to my eyes!!
This ski rips, enough said...ok maybe a few more details. I have been skiing these all year and can't find anything wrong with them. Groomers...check, freshies...check, crud...check, stable, snappy, responsive, buttery goodness!! I have them mounted 4.5cm forward from traditional mounting point with Marker Griffons. I know this is a ski review but Marker bindings are legit. When I used to work in a shop Markers were nothing but giant pieces of schizo tank sh!t but times have definitely changed. Bottom line, go get yourself the 102's if you are looking for a go everywhere charger!
February 4, 2015
Age: 25-44
over 2 years ago

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seems to fit me needs
Roy R on Oct 21, 2013
seems to fit me needs
Roy R on Oct 21, 2013
i think that 395 its a little expensive, would aceppt 300?
Gaston B on Dec 10, 2014
Good Day! These K2 Shreditor 102 skis originally retailed for $660. As they are not old, and have been extremely popular... thus this is not a bad price! We do price match, and if find a legit retailer offering a lower price... we will match it... details and restrictions here:
Is the Tyrolia Attack 13 115mm binding appropriate for K2 Annex 128 skis?
A shopper on Oct 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: There is no K2 Annex 128 Ski. K2 makes the Annex in a 98, 108, and 118. K2 also makes the Shreditor in 102, 112, and 120.

The Tyrolia Attack 13 115mm binding will work for the Annex 108 or the Shreditor 112.
What is the base and edge thickness?
A shopper on Jul 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The base thickness is 102mm and the edge is slightly thicker than a normal ski
what are the best bindings to with these skis?
Porter on Jun 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would suggest the marker Squire Bindings in the 110mm size. They would pair perfectly with this ski.
I can't decide between the K2 Shreditor 92 and the 102. I'm 6'6", 285 lbs athletic, Advanced Intermediate skier. Currently on some old old Rossi in 190cm, just got back from Vail and definitely looking to upgrade. Should I stick to the 190s? How does one decide between the 92 or 102? I'm a west coast skier, living in Texas. Ski in NM and CO. Open to suggestions. Thanks!
Erik O on Jan 3, 2015

At 6'6" and 285lbs I'd say the 190cm length range is a great fit. Between 92mm and 102mm waist I'd go with the 102. Wider platform will give you more float and a more confident platform. It will take some getting used to but you'll enjoy the challenge and find the additional surface area to be extremely fun...especially when it nukes. The Shreditor 102 is a supremely fun ski. Congrats on upgrading to super fun! Your smile is going to touch behind your ears.

Have a stellar winter!
Would you go for the 179 or 189 for someone that's 6' / 185lbs? Advanced skier

Have heard the 189 adds some rigidity that the 179 lacks
A shopper on Dec 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm an advanced skier and just had my first day on the K2 shredditors 179. I'm 5'10/5'11 170 and really enjoyed the length. With that being said you may be an inch or two taller and 15 pounds heavier. I found no trouble skiing hard today and thought the ridgity was there for me.

Hope my review helps, I'd highly recommend the ski