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K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis


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Description: K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis

Get ready for all that winter has to offer this year with the K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis for men. Built for the advanced to expert skier, these all-mountain skis excel in all snow conditions. The All-Terrain rocker provides great flotation in the powder while the metal laminate construction provides stability on the hardpack. The notched tail allows for easy installation of climbing skins. Keep these skis handy as they will be the ones you keep grabbing this winter.

Key Features of K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis:
  • Built with All-Terrain Rocker
  • Construction: Metal TNC, Hybritech sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia
  • Weight: 1850g
  • Radius: 20m @ 181
  • 90 Waist Width

Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling

4.2 / 5.0
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Awesome Deal!
I have wanted these skis for many years. At the sale price I couldn’t resist. Now that I have them I couldn’t be happier! Great price and the shipping was extremely fast.
November 30, 2017
Bath, MI, US
Age: 25-44
Great tele ski
Mount a tele binding of your choice, and YEE-HA. Go have your self some good times. I have been for two years now. I'm using 22 designs vice binding with mine.
February 14, 2017
killington, VT, US
Age: 45-64
over 4 years ago
Brown Sugar
Rolling Stones will go down in infamy. I've been skiing as long as the band has been playing. Anyone who has skied this long can make any ski do what it was designed for, so, 5'; unless the binding pulls out of the ski, and that hasn't happened..
August 16, 2018
Jay, VT, US
Age: 45-64
1 month ago
Made in China
Should have been posted that these are made in China.
February 15, 2017
Age: 45-64
stones do not ski hard
to soft of sk ifor old musincians... better for beginning young rock n rollers
April 4, 2015
over 3 years ago

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Why did you choose this? Store
I have a pair of these skis and have worn them out so wanted a new pair.
Torrence H on Mar 20, 2016
Rap with the chicks, man. What a conversation started in the lift line. Then if you can rip? Watch our Apre !
Gregg S on Dec 21, 2013
I have a pair of these skis and have worn them out so wanted a new pair.
Torrence H on Mar 20, 2016
I had a pair the these K2's that I gave to my son, he won't give them back so I am getting myself a new pair.
Bradley B on Feb 11, 2016
Rap with the chicks, man. What a conversation started in the lift line. Then if you can rip? Watch our Apre !
Gregg S on Dec 21, 2013
Great Skis Great Band
Mathew M on Dec 17, 2013
Good low price, ski I've demoed in the past, cool Rolling Stones graphic
Christopher C on Dec 2, 2013
great skis
Margaret L on Nov 30, 2013
I had a pair the these K2's that I gave to my son, he won't give them back so I am getting myself a new pair.
Bradley B on Feb 11, 2016
Great Skis Great Band
Mathew M on Dec 17, 2013
Recomemded binding for this ski?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Well, that depends on quite a bit; Skier Type (I, II, or II), price range, and type of skiing you will be doing. I really enjoy Marker bindings for their solid, confident hold. They are a bit heavier but I don't mind. Salomon has lighter bindings that have good hold as well. Look has been producing solid bindings for many, many years. Hope this helps, Happy Winter!
tip/waste/tail sizes ?
A shopper on Jan 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have them in 174cm length/ tip132 / waist 90 /tail 115
What can you do these for with bindings?
Craig C on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Craig, you can mount these with alpine bindings for skiing in the ski area. The have some metal in the core for stiffness on hard pack and a nice shape for turning. They are more of a traditional camber ski with only a small amount of early rise to help them float in powder. Hope this helps. Enjoy the skis!
Are these downhill or cross-country skis?
Tristan W on Jan 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are downhill skis. Many of the reviews I've read make it seem like these skis aren't very good. I disagree. The skis have a nice shape and are easy to turn, but with some metal in the construction they can hold an edge on hardpack. They also have rocker(early rise) in the tip to help them float in powder snow.
How wide under foot?
Donald J on Feb 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I’m riding 181’s and they’re 132-90-115
what size of binding do I need for a 172cm...?
A shopper on Dec 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: length of ski irrelevant, width of ski under boot determines the size of the brake. Any binding is fine, use din that is appropriate of the weight and ability of the skier. 90 under boot use a 100 ski brake.
Some will use a 90 brake and bend them out to clear the ski. I would use a binding installed by professional with a 100 ski brake.
Can the marker griffon 110mm binding go on these skis or is the brake too wide? Any other binding suggestions? Tyrolia attack 13?
jparks0505 on Sep 19, 2014

The K2 Sideshow Skis have a waist width of 90mm. The Griffon with a 110mm brake is far too big. I usually try to have a brake between 5-10mm wider than the waist. The Tyrolia Attack 13 is another stellar binding but with a 115mm brake...I recommend the STH 12 with the 100mm brake.

I love these bindings. Great hold and very lightweight. Have fun out there!
Would these skis make good touring as well as resort powder skis? And if so what touring bindings do you recommend for them if I'm going to be using them at the resort 75% of the time touring 25%..... thank you!
Tanner L on Jun 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Sideshow skis are designed to rip pow. The Dynafit Radical ST bindings would be a good idea to step into . Check them out HERE:
Would the Look SPX 12 Dual WTR Ski Bindings work for this ski? I'm a 230lb, intermediate skier. Also, I'm in St. Paul. If I bring in my boots will you set these up for me?
Jake T on Mar 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not sure about the Look bindings...but I bought these skis 2017 and installed Marker Griffon 13ID at 90mm mindful that the brakes just barely clear the ski other than that the bindings you picked look appropriate. I am 5'11'' 190lb. The sideshow is a great all mountain ski, have used them on the bunny slope teaching my kids to the harder stuff with freinds. Only issue I have had is...there is a little K2 button thing on the end of each ski one popped off on my first run with impact to performance
Just received these and they are made in China! Why was this not stated?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2017
All of K2's skis have been made in China since 2001 (Guangzhou Province). Skis and snowboards these days are made all over the planet from China to Austria, France, and Dubai as examples. Of the big brands, the only company that makes their skis and boards entirely in the US is Lib-Tech (Mervin).
Are the bases sintered or extruded? The specs on this page say sintered, but this video review says they are extruded.
Connor C on Apr 18, 2018
Thanks for the question. The base is Sintered on this Anniversary Edition of the Sideshow ski. The video is also correct, but for the standard edition ski for the next model year.
What was the original price on these K2 Sideshow RS1's LE? Thanks
Mark J on Apr 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: As the page shows, the suggested retail is $875.00.
Really made in China? What bindings would you suggest
A shopper on Jan 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yep. The 95mm Look Pivot 14 Dual WTR Ski Bindings would be a perfect fit!


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