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Brand: K2

BY WOMEN, FOR WOMEN

 

The K2 Luv Sick 80Ti’s provide the stability, edge grip, and all-conditions versatility that confident on-trail skiers demand. At 80 millimeters in the waist, these planks deliver fluid edge-to-edge transfer on 8am corduroy and 2pm moguls alike. Hybritech Sidewall Construction with a Metal Laminate balances your need for a stable, durable ski, with your preference for one that is lightweight. All-Terrain rocker in the tip results in high-end maneuverability on any surface, and camber under binding enables the Luv Sick’s to grip icy steeps . Aided by a thinner overall profile, Taper Tip coolly punches through piled up afternoon snow, your former nemesis. 

Construction

Hybritech Sidewall Construction - A practical pairing of durable sidewall construction under foot with cap in the tip and tail, Hybritech provides edge grip and durability while maintaining a knife’s edge silhouette for efficient navigation of all varieties of terrain.

Metal Laminate - Speed and variable terrain cause skis to twist out of the turn. Torsional stiffness provided by the Luv Sick’s metal laminate keeps the ski locked in through the apex of the arc.

Core

Bioflex - Three different types of wood equip the Luv Sick 80Ti’s for whatever the mountain throws at you. At core center, ultralight Paulownia keeps the ski maneuverable in heavy snow and bumps. Along the edge, the BeLuved’s are prepared to take on ice and extreme hard pack, by rigid, high density  Aspen. A bamboo stringer from tip to tail reduces chatter in order to yield highly consistent edge hold.

Channel Light Core - By cutting grooves into the wood core of the ski, K2 creates a flex pattern that is impressively smooth. Link turns in rapid succession without being bucked into the backseat by an excessively rigid tail.

Shape

All-Terrain Rocker - Early rise in the tip of the ski supports turn initiation and keeps you up on top of crud, spring mash, and of course pow.

Tapered Tip - Without conceding effective edge length, early taper in the tip reduces drag in fresh stuff and maximizes your punch-through power in variable snow, ice, and crud.

Thinner Profile - Reducing the thickness of the ski permits it to more easily slice though heavy granular snow or bumps.

Additional Awesomeness

Camber - Moderate Camber under foot earns the Luv Sick 80Ti’s the East coast hard pack stamp of approval.

Binding

Marker ERC 11 TC - This system binding is integrated directly into the K2 Luv Sick 80Ti’s. These bindings are designed to minimize fatigue by providing a leverage advantage. They have a din range of 3-10. The K2 Luv Sick 80 skis do not come mounted, if you have any questions on mounting please contact an expert at TheSkiMonster.com.

Features

•  Core Material:  Aspen, Paulownia, Bamboo

•  Profile:  Rocker/Camber

•  Gender:  Women's

•  Tip Width:  121 mm

•  Waist Width:  80 mm

•  Tail Width:  109 mm

•  Tail Shape:  Flat, Rounded

•  Radius:  14.0 m @ 163 cm

•  Ability Level:  Advanced to Expert

•  Binding:  Marker ERC 11TC

•  Warranty:  1 Year

•  Offered Sizes:  149, 156, 163, 170 cm

•  Model Year:  2016

K2 Luv Sick 80 Ti Skis 2016 | Women's

Price: $799.95

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