K2 Turbo Charger Ski with Marker MXC 12 TCx Light Binding

K2 Turbo Charger Ski with Marker MXC 12 TCx Light Binding
K2 Turbo Charger Ski with Marker MXC 12 TCx Light Binding
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Turbo Charger Ski with Marker MXC 12 TCx Light Binding by K2
It pays to get to the resort early--rip fresh morning corduroy with style and precision with your K2 Turbo Charger Skis with Marker MXC 12 TCx Light Bindings underfoot. The Speed Rocker profile features an early rise tip that eases turn initiation with camber underfoot to let you carve like a racer, and the 72mm waist provides an ideal edge-to-edge feel. The aspen and paulownia wood core gives these skis a lively and energetic feel, with a metal laminate that dampens vibrations and increases torsional rigidity and strength. Sidewalls let you hold a solid edge on firm snow, and the Marker MXC 12 TCx Light bindings optimize power transmission for a smooth and stable feel while you're clocking high speeds under the lift.

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SKU: K2S00DN
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