Seems like every ski falls into the ever-increasing all-mountain category these days, but the K2 Reckoner 102 falls squarely into the all-mountain schralping category. Taking elements from more freestyle-focused skis, the Reckoner has a playful twin-tip shape, and it's the narrowest in the Reckoner line for less swingweight and a more nimble feel in tight trees and techy terrain. Throw in carbon stringers that run the length of the ski, and the Reckoner has plenty of pop for when you're launching off cat tracks or taking a quick detour through the terrain park.
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