Conditions vary, its a fact of life on the ski hill, but there's no way you're missing a single day this winter. When there are patches of fresh snow hidden between chopped up powder, with a groomed trail or two thrown in, you're glad to have the K2 Fulluvit 95TI Ski in your corner. This freeride ski features a mid-width waist that's designed to handle everything you might encounter on those gray days between storms. The all-terrain rocker profile uses a gradual rise in the tips for floating in the fluff and sailing over crud, with a low rise tail for more stability, and generous camber underfoot for optimal edge-to-edge control on hardpack. The Fulluvit features K2's Konic construction, which layers a stiff metal laminate alongside the reinforced Nanolight core. The very center uses this Nanolight composite and paulownia wood to keep things light, with aspen layered alongside both for additional strength, and metal at the edges for dampening and stability on the chopped-up off-trail slopes. Triaxial fiberglass braiding is added for increased torsional stiffness that still allows the lively flex of the wood core to shine through. All these details combine to produce a ski that's lively, agile, and playful whether you're twisting through powder-filled trees or laying it over on steep groomed runs.
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K2 Fulluvit 95TI Ski - Women's
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