Check the tapes on any major slopestyle event of the last few years and you are sure to see someone riding the K2 Poacher Ski, this isn't a coincidence. This pair of park sticks is built to keep you nimble on rails, stable on jumps, and comfortable all over the hill. The 96mm waist provides great feel and control on rails and sold edge to edge feel all over the mountain, while the medium length turn radius ensures you are stable at big jump speeds. Toss in the All-Terrain Twin Rocker profile that offers edge catch forgiveness in the tip and tail with powerful edge hold underfoot and you have a ski that will inspire confidence no matter where you take it. TO keep up with the demands of park skiing K2 built the Poacher with an innovative Double Barrel wood core made of high-density, durable fir at the edges and lighter, livelier aspen in the center. Two laminates of fiberglass and carbon with a unique braiding process add torsional rigidity and strength without interfering with the ski's lively flex, while the TwinTech Sidewalls provide the durability needed for rail impacts, ski-on-ski abrasion, and the occasional spills.
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