Junior Skiers that need a little more than the basic all-mountain ski but don't want to be on a race ski should take a look at the K2 Bad Seed. It's 85mm in the waist for off the hook performance all over the mountain. Kids that like to spend time in the woods but may have been held back by other skis, like rentals or lease equipment will totally dig the K2 Bad Seed. Lightweight, durable and holds a mean edge on the hard snow. You're kid will love the Bad Seed.
Cap Construction - A lightweight durable construction that makes the Junior Bad Seed incredibly easy to maneuver, regardless of the snow conditions.
Triaxial Braid - An exclusive K2 technology that interlocks fiberglass strands around the ski's wood core, resulting in phenomenal torsional rigidity without effecting the skis flex pattern.
Aspen/Paulownia - A blended wood core for excellent durability, stability and energy.
All-Terrain Rocker - 30% Rocker / 70% Camber - Camber underfoot with a rockered tip and tail, give the Bad Seed tremendous versatility all over the mountain. Easy to turn, effortless float and solid feeling on hardpack snow.
The K2 Bad Seed does not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (backcountry, touring, all-mountain, freestyle etc.). Be sure the brake width and release settings will work for your particular activity. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at TheSkiMonster.com.
Recommended Binding: Marker Free 7.0. See pictures below to see how your K2 Bad Seed and Marker Free 7.0 would look.
• Core Material: Full Wood - Aspen/Paulowna
• Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
• Gender: Unisex
• Tip Width: 113 mm
• Waist Width: 85 mm
• Tail Width: 104 mm
• Tail Shape: Twin - Rockered Tail
• Radius: 12 m @ 139 cm
• Ability Level: Intermediate to Advanced
• Binding: None
• Warranty: 1 Year
• Offered Sizes: 119, 129, 139, 149 cm
• Model Year: 2014
• This item does NOT ship outside of the U.S.
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