K2's most playful powder plank, the Catamaran Ski surfs down soft snow as if the big mountain were the world's largest wave. Its Powder Rocker profile provides effortless flotation in soft, deep powder. The heavily rockered tip and tail initiate catch-free turning for that surfy, playful feel, and there's a bit of camber underfoot to help you jump in and out of deep powder at each turn. A 120mm certainly makes the Catamaran a powder-hungry plank, and it would be the widest option from most ski companies, but this is actually the second-widest ski in K2's collection. K2 constructed the Catamaran's core out of two different woods--fir for stiff strength, and aspen for lightweight resilience--encapsulated in carbon to amplify stiffness without adding much weight. K2 added TwinTech sidewalls for durability against impacts.
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