Ikonic 84TI Ski with MXCell 12 TCX Quikclik Binding by K2
The K2 Ikonic 84TI Ski performs with powerful precision on-piste. It's a stiff, skinny stick that craves cruising corduroy, and K2's All-Terrain Rocker shape grants this ski extra versatility on variable snow once the groomers are demolished that day. The ski's tip is slightly rockered to ease turning in softer snow, and the underfoot's heavily cambered to control edging on crud. The tail has a low rise to make your turns snappier. This ski has a very tight turn radius that maneuvers moguls well, and its extreme stiffness ensures stability when you'd rather straight-line the steeps than turn. K2 equipped the Ikonic with multiple Titanal and carbon stringers to keep the ski super stiff for speedy skiing. The carbon laminate extends from tip to tail to practically eliminate any chatter at top speeds. The core is an Evo-Konic blend with more resilient aspen wood at the edges and a livelier paulownia wood in the middle. The result is a a surprisingly playful ski with durability where it counts. K2 finished the ski off with TwinTech sidewalls for resort-worthy durability that's easy to tune, season after season. K2 equipped the Ikonic with the MXCell 12 TCX Quickclik Binding because it's Marker's race-ready binding that best complements the ski's speed-oriented design. Its XCell toe piece provides powerful precision, incredible edge-to-edge transmission, and comfortable shock absorption. The AFD stainless steel sliding piece provides reliable release for extra safety. The XCell heel piece also absorbs energy, and it has wider contact points for a quicker time clicking in and cruising off.
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