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K2 Sidestash RS2 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis



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Description: K2 Sidestash RS2 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis

Take your skiing to the next level this winter with the all-mountain K2 Sidestash RS2 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis for men. These skis are built for powder but will also tackle variable snow conditions with style. The All-Terrain shovel rocker provides great flotation in the powder and yet is nimble enough to dance down the narrow chutes with style. The metal laminate construction is super durable and provides a smooth, stable ride as you tear up the crud with ease.

Key Features of K2 Sidestash RS2 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis:
  • CONDITION: 70% Powder / 30% Variable
  • CONSTRUCTION: Metal TNC, Hybritech Sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia
  • WEIGHT: 2070g
  • SIZES: 167, 174,181, 188
  • RADIUS: 25m @ 181
  • Dimensions: 139/108/127

4.8 / 5.0
8 Reviews
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Great work ski for JH Mtn Resort
I teach at Jackson Hole MtnResort. Today, in fact is SideStash day for me. 14 inches new of heavier snow with scratchy firm underneath. Like all K2 skis they have a huge sweet spot so we're easy to adapt to; the metal dampens the ride and the rocker and straight tail are excellent. Although they are a bit heavy for an AT ski these skis crush the mank like today in the Hobacks. I'm riding a 181cm and skied everything this morning, bumps, crud, powder and groomed. Last week, 55 inches of snow in 3 days, skis performed as they should, too bad you weren't there! Not!!! K2 skis and JH go together. Try both great combo.Ordering was easy, and delivery fast , thanks for the sweet ride and great service. Bill Moe, ski instructor JHMR??????????
March 23, 2016
over 3 years ago
No Powder? No worries.
Bought these back in November. And just spent a week at Powder Mountain In Utah. Very little snow so had to ski groomers and these skis rocked! Although I’m sure they’d prefer the Pow, they were fun to just blast the down hill. Great ski.
February 4, 2018
Traverse City, MI, US
Age: 45-64
rolling Stones rock!
I just just back from breckenridge and snow was amazing. Skied my new sidestachs I am a advanced skier and have a pair of k2 strikers and a pair of salom bbrs. Life changing experience on my new skis, unbelievable ! Great in the bumps and amazing in the powder on the double b's ! 5 star must have!
March 7, 2015
over 4 years ago
It was a wonderful experiance
November 23, 2018
Colorado Springs , CO, US
Age: 25-44
4 months ago
Buy Buy Buy
I bought these skis because I plan to go back to Whitefish for at least the next few years and the cost with bindings will be cheaper than renting. I took them to Granite peak in WI with little hope of getting much performance out of them on hard pack, they were a blast not the best carver, but you can make them crant.
March 31, 2018
Schofield, WI, US
Age: 45-64
11 months ago
Great Powder Ski!
What a great deal! This is an excellent powder ski. I am 140lbs., 5'4" and on just took these 174s out for our first powder day of Snowvember at Killington. The ski floats well, is very forgiving and easy to swing around in the trees. It does not carve a precise turn on packed snow, but is buttery smooth off piste. You cannot buy a better ski for side country soft snow for 3 times the money. Get these now while you still can!
December 6, 2018
Watervliet, NY, US
Age: 45-64
4 months ago
Good ski for money
Pretty good ski. Handles light pow with ease. Also easily makes high speed, long radius carving on groomers. Ski did not seem to like heavy, moist snow as well as newer fat ski designs.

Graphics are way cool.
Keith and Ronnie Getting Ready to Shred
Keith and Ronnie Getting Ready to Shred
February 16, 2019
West Hartford, CT, US
Age: 45-64
6 months ago
Liked the specs on these skis, loved the price. Bought 2 pair and will mount one up for alpine and one for tele. These skis are moderate flex, moderate sidecut, moderate rocker, moderate width underfoot. Will definitely be a conversation starter on the chair, I'm sure I will get some comments while skiing. Nothing that a little strategic duct tape on the top sheet won't fix.
September 11, 2018
Sometown, CO, US
Age: 45-64
8 months ago

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Clearance price too good to turn down.
Blake F on Dec 6, 2018
Jim S on Nov 20, 2018
Clearance price too good to turn down.
Blake F on Dec 6, 2018
Price and quality
RB M on Nov 26, 2018
Jim S on Nov 20, 2018
Christmas gift
S H on Nov 4, 2018
Just what I was looking for and....the price!
Daniel M on Oct 13, 2018
I told the online chat guy Anthony I was looking for a good deal on powder skis, and voila! Price was right!
Eric P on Sep 27, 2018
After reading extensively i think this product is going to take my skiing to a new level especially in powder, crud and is an excellent value.
Gary D on Aug 10, 2018
need powder skis with metal to slay the gnar on home hill /JHMR Jackson Wy, Coombacks were getting kicked around in sub tropical heavy snow, not a real problem but RS side stashes are classic!
William C M on Feb 20, 2016
Price and quality
RB M on Nov 26, 2018
Christmas gift
S H on Nov 4, 2018
Would these skis be good for 75% inbounds powder riding and 25% touring? And if so what touring bindings should I get with them?
Thank you
Tanner L on Jun 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I love these skis. Not sure about your touring needs. I am advanced inbounde skier - bumps, trees, off-piste, powder. They are very versitle. You could do better in a deep pow ski - but these are very nice in the deep - versitility is the key. Very quick edge-to-edge in bumps. I use Salomon STH2 WTR 13 bindings - not touring - but I am happy with them.
Looking at these for a sidecountry/deeper day Ski in the Northeast. Currently riding a 94mm waist twintip in 179. Should I get the 174 or the 181? I’m 5’7”, 180lb, advanced skier. Thanks in advance...
A shopper on Nov 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 181cm for sure!
Where would you recommend mounting bindings on these?
A shopper on Apr 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I mounted them in the traditional (rearward) position. You can rip in deep chop in the bowls in Fernie Canada and not feel nervous at all. I just bought Icelandic Nomad 105s and mounted them more mid and notice they rock everywhere but wide open where they get vauge .About the same size as the Sidestashes. You are going to love them.
I also would like to know what waist width are these skis?
Austin W on Nov 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Awesome ski! These were my second pair. They are 108mm under foot.
I’m wondering what size bindings would go with these skis? I’m new to skiing and have no idea I don’t want to buy the wrong size.
Austin W on Nov 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 110mm Bindings woul dbe a great fit. The Market Griffon Bindings would be a great option. Check them out here:
are these skis twin tip?
A shopper on Nov 4, 2018
Steven is correct, these have the conventional flat tail.
Hi, do these skis compatible with Marker 11.0 TP ski binding 2018?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, just make sure to get the right width brakes.
Skis are 108 at the waist so the 110 brakes should fit nicely.
I'm thinking about getting these skis for deeper East Coast days and out west. I want to mount a tele binding, any suggestions?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These are outstanding all-around tele skis. I also have a longer, stiffer K2 Hardside, but like the Sidestash better, for everything. I would describe them as 'all-round': good enough for groomed, great for crud and deeper stuff. Don't be scared to open them up on groomed snow.

I am 190 lbs and ski the 174cm. I bought a pair of these when I lived in MI, then bought Hardsides when I went to releasable tele-bindings. I moved to WA state and kind of missed these skis, especially given the deep crud that we get, here. So I went back and bought a pair of these anniversary Sidestash, and am glad I did.
5’9” 190 intermediate to advanced. About 50/50 groomers to powder. Mainly skiing Montana. Is 174 to long?
Nicholas V on Nov 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Nicholas,
The 174 would actually be perfect for you!
Any suggestions for binding that you have for sale?
SBINSB on Oct 31, 2018
The Tyrolia RX 11 would be a good fit for this ski at a great price:
I will be purchasing this ski today and I want Salomon bindings for it, do you have any suggestions? 5 11 155lbs
Alex T on Nov 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The 115mm Salomon Warden MNC 13 Bindings would be a perfect matchup! Check them out HERE:
Do you have these is a 188cm's? How much more for a descent set of bindings? 250 lbs, 6' tall, size 29 boot. Thanks
Matt T on Oct 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We do not have the K2 Sidestash in the 188cm. We do have the Annex 108 in the 184cm and 191cm length and that ski is ridiculously awesome. Check it out:

It was one of the funnest and most technically sound skis I had the good fortune of shredding last season. The rail turns, super solid and confident at speed, dynamic turn shapes...I can keep going for days.

I love Marker bindings ( ) and I have also really enjoyed the Salomon STH's ( ).


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