The Missconduct Ski is built for the park, but still boasts an all-mountain construction for ripping the resort when you're done riding rails and hitting half-pipes. An 88mm waist is park- and trail-friendly, with a rockered tip and tail to ease turn initiation and keep you afloat should you encounter that elusive, white fluffy stuff. Despite its name, the Missconduct loves to perform, especially for you. The aspen wood core is light and playful, begging you to air over cat tracks and go big under the lift, while longitudinal carbon stringers add pop and rebound. K2 added metal rivets to the tip and tail, which deliver enhanced durability on tip-slapping landings in or out of the park.
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