Our testers jumped at the chance to get on this year’s K2 Pinnacle 95 Ti. After gaining traction of the past couple of years, the Pinnacle series really came into its own. Skiers realized that you don’t have to have the stiffest and strongest ski to enjoy your day on the mountain, what you really need is the proper ski for your ability and the terrain and conditions that you normally ski. Enter the K2 Pinnacle 95: it’s a no-nonsense ski but it is born from playful parenting. The designers at K2 built a ski that can handle any and all conditions. It can carve on groomers, float through powder, and bust through crud. If there’s a better-rounded ski out there, we’d like to see it.
Quick turning, precise, and playful, the K2 Pinnacle 88 Ti is the ski of choice for technical descents and ripping groomer runs alike. We beefed up the Fir/Aspen Konic core this year adding even more stability and edge grip while keeping the ski extremely maneuverable thanks to our All-Terrain rocker camber profile. Early rise tips are the story here, giving the ski a shorter effective edge while on hard pack with all the benefits of its true length in variable and soft snow.
A modern ski optimized for precision in steep and technical terrain, the FINDr 94 excels with its best-in-class dampness and versatility to perform in all backcountry conditions- perfect to tour far and high, and ski hard and fast.
How do you pick your line down the mountain? Let the Fjøro 92 skis help you choose!
The playful taper and rocker on these skis is designed to offer a superb float on powder snow – the kind of support you could only find on wider skis before.
And there are advantages to skis 92mm under your boots.
Holding an edge is much easier, for a start – a definite asset on hardpack when close contact between foot and steel edge is crucial. Edge control when turning at speed is further improved by the Fjøro 92’s crosshatched carbon reinforcement.
Fjøro 92 skis are light underfoot, stable on the steel edge, and simply amazing fun in the powder.
Equipped with Skinlock for the instant attachment of the X-Skin Access skin – a short and lightweight climbing skin, perfect for long approaches and moderate terrain, that fits in the jacket pocket.
The Tindan 86 is a ski you can use both for long tours and for exhilarating turns.
The Tindan 86 is a slimmer, lighter and more easy-going version of the Fjøro 92. This is a ski with a classically tensioned wood core and an 18.7 meter turning radius. Lightweight and easy to control, these are a superb choice if you’re after skis equally at home on the tour or putting down turns on the groomers. And although spectacular fun on freshly-prepared snow, these are built with a tip with enough give to handle most conditions on long tours.
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The K2 She’s Piste Telemark Ski features classic K2 Mod technology, is Triaxial braided, and ready for whatever you throw at it. Quick handling and amazing response and edge control make this ski ahead of the curve and you ahead of the pack.
1 PAIR ONLY 174cm
Fills the needs of touring and turning performance. Is the widest in our Panorama line of skis, featuring an tourability/turnability camber. The M68 features a steel edge which runs the entire length of the ski to provide maximum edge control and stability. The ski is also IntelliGrip® Transition ready, so you can ski easy knowing that no matter the conditions you’ll always have the right skis for the job.