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Aftershock

K2 Aftershock Review Sitting at the top end of K2’s “A.M.P” range of skis, the Aftershock is the spiritual successor to the venerable K2 Apache Recon. The Recon was one of the classic, 50/50 all-mountain skis, equally happy in powder on piste, though its 78mm now waist seems narrow in comparison to the modern equivalent …

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Coomback

K2 Coomback Review K2’s Coombacks have been through a few iterations over the years and have gained almost legendary status amongst backcountry skiers.  Named after Doug Coombs, an alpine skier and mountaineer who pioneered extreme skiing , a portion of the profits from the original ski (the Coomba) went to Doug Coombs’ family after his …

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Kung Fujas

K2 Kung Fujas Review The K2 Kung Fujas are a pair of skis that really are designed to handle any terrain. While there are loads of skis that are marketed as being ‘all mountain’ capable (take a look at our other reviews – it’s a rare ski that isn’t these days) but the Kung Fujas …

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Pon2oon

K2 Pon2oon Review The K2 Pontoon is an absolute classic in the powder skiing world. Introduced in 2004 and based on the late Shane McConkey’s revolutionary views on ski design, the Pontoon has always been an unashamedly no-holds-barred soft snow weapon, and can easily be identified from its float plane graphics and unique shape.   …

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Shreditor 102

K2 Shreditor 102 Review New for this season, the K2 Shreditor sits at the bottom of a lineup that also includes its fatter brothers, the 112 and 120. With a waist of 102mm, it’s designed to perform both in powder and in firmer conditions. However, while skis such as the Volkl Mantra and Blizzard Bonafide are aimed …

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