K2 Marksman Ski

K2 Marksman Ski
K2 Marksman Ski
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Product Description
Marksman Ski by K2
The K2 Marksman Ski stays on target whether your line consists of powdery pillow drops or tree lines with variable snow. A mid-fat waist grants the Marskman with versatile freeride performance that trends toward all-mountain propensity so you can hunt the best lines that the resort has to offer on any given day. Its all-terrain rocker includes an early rise tip for easy turn initiation in softer snow, while camber underfoot engages in edge control on firmer snow. Despite its all-mountain versatility, the Marksman proves to be first and foremost a fun freeride ski. An asymmetric tip and tail tapers the ski's inside edge and reduces the edge length to improve the ski's soft snow performance, ease the turn release, and enhance the ski's buttering playfulness. K2 built the ski's Double Barrel core with dense fir around the edges for durability, while the light aspen center reduces swing weight. TwinTech sidewalls include a topsheet that's more resistant to ski vs. ski impact damage.

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