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You're the dude who always gets the shot, but it's time to jump out from behind the camera and star in your own personal ski-porn flick with the K2 Shreditor 92 on your feet. Even if you prefer to be credited as Anonymous Shredmaster, the crowd will be digging your steeze when you take the light, lively fiberglass-laminated fir-and-aspen core for a spin through the trees and use the rockered tips and low underfoot camber to rally through the park like a boss. Both the tip and tail of the Shreditor are blunt and tapered for easy release and a loose, surfy feel, so you can slip, slide, and slash your way down the hill in soft snow and get more buttery than a fresh croissant when you're ripping off POV shots in the park. The Shreditor's core is wrapped with K2's trademark braided triaxial fiberglass laminate for plenty of lightweight pop, and the sidecut and rocker profiles match to ensure smooth turn initiation in the tip, plenty of edge hold underfoot, and easy tail release when you're finishing up a turn. It also rocks TwinTech construction, which rolls the top of the ski into the sidewall for increased durability, and Absorb sidewalls that use urethane underfoot for maximum dampness and ABS in the tip and tail for power and rock-solid edge hold. In addition to saving materials, the Swap Bases ensure that each ski has a distinct look, and the tip and tail skin attachments let you slap on some K2 skins and hit the backcountry when you need to collect some snorkel-worthy powder shots.
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Backcountry.com
You're the dude who always gets the shot, but it's time to jump out from behind the camera and star in your own personal ski-porn flick with the K2 Shreditor 92 on your feet. Even if you prefer to be credited as Anonymous Shredmaster, the crowd will be digging your steeze when you take the light, lively fiberglass-laminated fir-and-aspen core for a spin through the trees and use the rockered tips and low underfoot camber to rally through the park like a boss. Both the tip and tail of the Shreditor are blunt and tapered for easy release and a loose, surfy feel, so you can slip, slide, and slash your way down the hill in soft snow and get more buttery than a fresh croissant when you're ripping off POV shots in the park. The Shreditor's core is wrapped with K2's trademark braided triaxial fiberglass laminate for plenty of lightweight pop, and the sidecut and rocker profiles match to ensure smooth turn initiation in the tip, plenty of edge hold underfoot, and easy tail release when you're finishing up a turn. It also rocks TwinTech construction, which rolls the top of the ski into the sidewall for increased durability, and Absorb sidewalls that use urethane underfoot for maximum dampness and ABS in the tip and tail for power and rock-solid edge hold. In addition to saving materials, the Swap Bases ensure that each ski has a distinct look, and the tip and tail skin attachments let you slap on some K2 skins and hit the backcountry when you need to collect some snorkel-worthy powder shots.
$500 Go to
Backcountry.com