K2K2 Shreditor 100 Jr Skis 2016

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K2 Shreditor 100 Jr Skis 2016



The choice is an easy one. Featuring an Aspen/Paulownia wood core and Sidewall Construction, The Shreditor 100 will have you sitting pretty at the top the food chain. By combining this method of construction with a dual density wood core, K2 gives the Shreditor’s a lively feel at a maneuverable weight. ABS sidewall plastic dampens vibrations in order to maximize control on hard packed groomers. 100 millimeters under foot is enough float to surf big storms, and blast through spring mash. 11 meter sidecut and Pow Rocker compliment to supply all-mountain skiers with boards that tip and rip on trail as well as they slash and gash in the bumps and trees.


TwinTech Sidewall Construction - This twin tip specific, super durable construction helps to minimize impact damage to the edge of the ski. K2 uses a vertical ABS sidewall to protect the Shreditor 100’s core and dampen vibration.


Aspen/Paulownia Wood Core - The combination of Aspen and Paulownia woods at the core of the Shreditor 100's makes you agile enough to catch your prey, yet powerful enough to complete the predation. Grip ice, and slash bumps, granular, and pow turns with equal effectiveness.


Powder Rocker - Slight camber underfoot with generous rocker in the tip and tail, give the Kid's Shreditor 100 skis tremendous versatility all over the mountain. Easy to turn, effortless float and solid feeling on hard packed snow.


The 2016 K2 Shreditor 100 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.

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Swap Base - Is a Swap Base really functional?... Not really. Is it poppin' off?...Yes.

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