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Women's Fischer Desire My Style Skis

These skis combine the grip and stability needed by novices with the enhanced performance of a shaped ski appreciated by fitness skiers. Great for use at groomed touring centers, they can also be used to break trails on gentle to moderate terrain. Wide Body Technology creates a widened section in...

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L.L.Bean
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Invictus Skis 2015 - 188

Invictus. Latin for unconquered, American for send it, French for 'envoie le beurre'. The Armada Invictus Skis were designed with this motto in mind. Built to handle any terrain or snow condition, no matter how sketchy or burly, the Invictus has come to conquer. At 104mm underfoot, the Invictus is wide enough to float through softer snow, but a longer turning radius and two layers of titanal give the ski a serious dose of burliness on hard snow. With the Invictus you get a lot, but that's what it takes to crush variable snow and sketchy conditions. Entry into Verbier XTreme not included, that one's on you, Bad Mon.

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Invictus Skis 2015 - 168

Invictus. Latin for unconquered, American for send it, French for 'envoie le beurre'. The Armada Invictus Skis were designed with this motto in mind. Built to handle any terrain or snow condition, no matter how sketchy or burly, the Invictus has come to conquer. At 104mm underfoot, the Invictus is wide enough to float through softer snow, but a longer turning radius and two layers of titanal give the ski a serious dose of burliness on hard snow. With the Invictus you get a lot, but that's what it takes to crush variable snow and sketchy conditions. Entry into Verbier XTreme not included, that one's on you, Bad Mon.

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Shreditor 102 Skis 2015 - 170

K2 hits the sweet spot with the K2 Shreditor 102 Skis, a mid-wide ski that joneses for pow even when it's ripping corduroy. How do they make it so versatile? K2 combines the money 102 mm width with All Terrain Rocker and their blunt ended, tapered Powder Tip to make it float like mad, while the stout TwinTech Sidewall construction puts power under your feet to rail on harder snow. This is a killer choice for the skier just transitioning to a wider ski or stepping up to the joys of powder skiing.

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Evo Tour Nis Touring Skis

These wide and stable skis are ideal for the skier who wants to break his own trail and explore many types of terrain. They also excel at groomed touring centers. NIS binding system allows for adjustable binding positions without screwing holes into your skis. The binding simply slides into the...

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L.L.Bean
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Experience 76 Skis + Axium 110 Demo Bindings Used - 136

A revolutionary new breed of all-mountain ski designed for advanced and intermediate skiers, the Rossignol Experience 76 Skis + Axium 110 Demo Bindings have a unique organic turn shape with a round feel that's flowing and comfortable. It is stable, forgiving and quick edge-to-edge for confident charging on any and all terrain types. The Rossignol Axium 110 Demo Bindings complete the package.

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SuperGlide 80 Skis + ERC 11 TC Bindings Women's 2014 - 160

The K2 SuperGlide 80 Skis with ERC 11 TC Bindings are versatile skis designed to give women superb performance in both hard and soft conditions. The widest women's ski in K2's All-Mountain/Resort group, the Superglide 80 will give you the extra platform you need to make fresh snow skiing a breeze. A waist wide enough to handle soft snow without sacrificing its nimbleness on the groomers. All-Terrain Rocker� helps you float on top of soft snow as well as helps you initiate turns and absorbs vibrations caused by chopped up snow.

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Juvi Skis w/ Marker Fastrak2 7 Bindings -40%

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A lightweight, sturdy ski built to let your little ripper evolve his skills in the park and all over the mountain.Key Features of the K2 Juvi Skis with Marker Fastrak2 7.0 Bindings: All Terrain Rocker Sizes: 109/ 119/ 129/ 139/ 149 Radius: 10m @129/

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Shreditor 102 Skis 2014 - 189

Developed to keep the Stoke-O-Meter pegged on high all day, the K2 Shreditor 102 Skis are a one-ski quiver for freestyle skiers who see the entire resort as their park. The Shreditor 102 will fulfill your needs - all your needs - for a well-rounded, all mountain joyride. Ready to shred in any terrain or condition, in or out of bounds.

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Renegade Ski One Color, 186cm

Every year, Eric Hjorleifson pushes himself into bigger, gnarlier, and deeper terrain, so it's not surprising that he's become known for designing his own gear, the better to handle his demanding riding. His newest creation is the 4FRNT Renegade Ski, which is the fattest board in 4FRNT's line, making it Hoji's tool of choice on ultra-deep, ultra-fluffy days when his namesake ski just won't cut it. You won't find Eric riding the resort groomers, so the Renegade's designed with a full rocker profile to take advantage of all the untracked cold smoke you find, and has a tapered tip and tail to allow for easy smearing and gigantic power slides. Sliding's great, but Hoji gets up on edge better than pretty much anyone in the game, so it's only logical that the Renegade uses Reflect Tech to match the sidecut and camber profiles, offering smooth, hook-free carving and more effective edge than a fully rockered ski has any right to. The wood core's sandwiched between two fiberglass laminates for a stiff, powerful ride that's not super heavy, and 4FRNT's unique Hals semi-cap construction foregoes sidewalls for a full wrap that transmits silly amounts of energy to the ski's edges for power and control. The new Renegade even has a special tail block, which supports the skis when you're using them as walking sticks to help you pick your way through rocks, up ridges, and over rough terrain, so you won't have any more excuses for not lining up the biggest, baddest, and deepest line on the mountain.

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Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis -50%

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K2 is kicking off their 50th Year Anniversary with the Rolling Stones Sideshow ski!Key Features of the K2 Sideshow RS1 50Th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis: Built with All-Terrain Rocker Construction: Metal TNC, Hybritech Sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia We

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Renegade Ski One Color, 196cm

Every year, Eric Hjorleifson pushes himself into bigger, gnarlier, and deeper terrain, so it's not surprising that he's become known for designing his own gear, the better to handle his demanding riding. His newest creation is the 4FRNT Renegade Ski, which is the fattest board in 4FRNT's line, making it Hoji's tool of choice on ultra-deep, ultra-fluffy days when his namesake ski just won't cut it. You won't find Eric riding the resort groomers, so the Renegade's designed with a full rocker profile to take advantage of all the untracked cold smoke you find, and has a tapered tip and tail to allow for easy smearing and gigantic power slides. Sliding's great, but Hoji gets up on edge better than pretty much anyone in the game, so it's only logical that the Renegade uses Reflect Tech to match the sidecut and camber profiles, offering smooth, hook-free carving and more effective edge than a fully rockered ski has any right to. The wood core's sandwiched between two fiberglass laminates for a stiff, powerful ride that's not super heavy, and 4FRNT's unique Hals semi-cap construction foregoes sidewalls for a full wrap that transmits silly amounts of energy to the ski's edges for power and control. The new Renegade even has a special tail block, which supports the skis when you're using them as walking sticks to help you pick your way through rocks, up ridges, and over rough terrain, so you won't have any more excuses for not lining up the biggest, baddest, and deepest line on the mountain.

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Backcountry.com
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Sight Skis - 2015

K2 Sight Skis - 2015 K2 Men's All Mountain Freestyle Skis Snappy, Strong, Lightweight. Visualize a freestyle ski made for stomping every landing, slicing up the pipe and seamlessly transitioning outside the terrain park lap after lap, from first chair to last. TwinTech Sidewalls : Twin Tip specific construction increases the durability of K2 sidewall skis. A traditional sidewall construction produces a 90-degree angle where the top material and sidewall meet. The TwinTech construction rolls the top material into the sidewall, reducing the angle that is prone to abuse, minimizing ski-to-ski impact damage. All Terrain Rocker : All-Terrain Rocker features an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance, as well as camber underfoot for power, energy, and edge-hold in firmer conditions.Simply put, All-Terrain Rocker offers versatility and ease in all snow conditions. Triaxial Braiding : The patented Triaxial Braiding machine interlocks strands of fiberglass around a milled core, resulting in great torsional strength while retaining the lively flex patterns inherent in a wood core ski. Swap Base : The bases of these skis can come in two different color ways, depending of how the colors are swapped on the base. This gives two looks to the same ski, and ensures you are not rocking the exact same pair as your buddy who just picked up the same pair of skis.

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Trust Ski One Color, 194cm

In order to ski with confidence through steep and technical terrain, you need to have confidence in the skis on your feet. With a long rockered tip, camber underfoot, and 108mm underfoot, the Movement Trust Ski will sniff out fall lines with speed, and will still scrub speed quick in more interrupted terrain. Carefully considering the intended use of their skis, Movement uses the best ingredients to yield top performance. Being a part of their freeride series, the Trust features 2. 0mm edges for better durability. Slightly thicker bases will handle a few shark bites during low-tide conditions, and a poplar wood core keeps them light and nimble when you're wiggling through the trees. A layer of rubber is placed above the edges to improve shock absorption, and seals out moisture helping reduce the chance of delamination. Reinforced plates at the binding area ensure a bomb-proof connection between binding and ski, and full ABS sidewalls keep them stable at speed. To lighten them up for backcountry missions, the CTS Performance Light construction places layers of fiberglass and carbon between the core and topsheet, while the topsheet features a anti-UV treatment to keep them looking new season after season. They also are finished with an anti-stick coating, so you don't get weighed down by a bunch of snow. All this results in a versatile pair of skis that will crush on a powder day, and will still cruise when it's tracked out by the afternoon.

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Remedy 75 Jr Skis + Fastrak2 Bindings Girls- 2015

K2 Remedy 75 Jr. Skis + Fastrak2 Bindings Girls - 2015 K2 Youth Girls All Mountain Skis The apple sure doesn t fall far from the tree with this lady groms ski. The Remedy Jr. 75 features a predictable tip shape for soft snow, and enough sidecut and camber to lay down mature and elegant turns through corduroy and crud. All Terrain Rocker : All-Terrain Rocker features an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance, as well as camber underfoot for power, energy, and edge-hold in firmer conditions.Simply put, All-Terrain Rocker offers versatility and ease in all snow conditions. Torsion Box : Torsion Box construction is the foundation for the widest range of skis designed by K2. Depending on the dimensions of a ski, and the amount of flex and torsion designed into it, one model of a Torsion Box ski can differ greatly from another. The versatility in the construction enables us to build everything from entry-level through expert skis. While there will be significant differences between skis, they do share the common traits of ease, forgiveness, responsiveness, and energy that can be found in all Torsion Box skis. Cap Construction : Durable and lightweight cap skis are built by a sophisticated molding process that envelopes the core and internal materials with the top layer of the ski. Used throughout our ski line, cap constructions can be assembled with a variety of different cores. These variations, such as glass and/or metal materials, are the determining factors of the skis performance. Wood Core : K2 uses a variety of wood cores for energy, rebound, and a liveliness only found in wood core skis. Our wood cores consist of a blend of different specie. Swap Bases : The bases of these skis can come in two different color ways, depending of how the colors are swapped on the base. This gives two looks to the same ski, and ensures you are not rocking the exact same pair as your buddy who just picked up the same pair of skis.

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Park 2 Peak.com
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Trust Ski One Color, 186cm

In order to ski with confidence through steep and technical terrain, you need to have confidence in the skis on your feet. With a long rockered tip, camber underfoot, and 108mm underfoot, the Movement Trust Ski will sniff out fall lines with speed, and will still scrub speed quick in more interrupted terrain. Carefully considering the intended use of their skis, Movement uses the best ingredients to yield top performance. Being a part of their freeride series, the Trust features 2. 0mm edges for better durability. Slightly thicker bases will handle a few shark bites during low-tide conditions, and a poplar wood core keeps them light and nimble when you're wiggling through the trees. A layer of rubber is placed above the edges to improve shock absorption, and seals out moisture helping reduce the chance of delamination. Reinforced plates at the binding area ensure a bomb-proof connection between binding and ski, and full ABS sidewalls keep them stable at speed. To lighten them up for backcountry missions, the CTS Performance Light construction places layers of fiberglass and carbon between the core and topsheet, while the topsheet features a anti-UV treatment to keep them looking new season after season. They also are finished with an anti-stick coating, so you don't get weighed down by a bunch of snow. All this results in a versatile pair of skis that will crush on a powder day, and will still cruise when it's tracked out by the afternoon.

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Missconduct Women's Skis - 2015

K2 Missconduct Skis - 2015 K2 Women's All Mountain Freestyle Skis The Queen of the Podiums. A favorite of podium regulars, Brita Sigourney and Anna Segal, the ever-popular MissConduct freestyle ski is back. Its unattainable versatility has established itself in the park and pipe but is gaining status all over the mountain and in any condition. All Terrain Rocker : All-Terrain Rocker features an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance, as well as camber underfoot for power, energy, and edge-hold in firmer conditions. Simply put, All-Terrain Rocker offers versatility and ease in all snow conditions. Triaxial Braid : The patented Triaxial Braiding machine interlocks strands of fiberglass around a milled core, resulting in great torsional strength while retaining the lively flex patterns inherent in a wood core ski. Swap Base : The bases of these skis can come in two different color ways, depending of how the colors are swapped on the base. This gives two looks to the same ski, and ensures you are not rocking the exact same pair as your buddy who just picked up the same pair of skis. TwinTech Sidewalls : Twin Tip specific construction increases the durability of K2 sidewall skis. A traditional sidewall construction produces a 90-degree angle where the top material and sidewall meet. The TwinTech construction rolls the top material into the sidewall, reducing the angle that is prone to abuse, minimizing ski-to-ski impact damage. Bioflex Cores : All of K2 s women s skis use cores that feature a combination of Aspen, Paulownia, and Bamboo. BioFlex cores are comprised of strong Aspen wood underfoot, which is fused with lightweight Paulownia in the tip and tail using a specific interlocking pattern that reduces swing-weight and provides a smooth-flexing ski. For 2013/14, K2 continues to apply this technology through one of the following three variations of BioFlex, each specifically tuned to target different performance goals: Bioflex 3 80% Aspen/20% Paulownia Increased performance, strength, and durabilityBioflex 2 70% Aspen/30% Paulownia reduced swing-weight with added performanceBioflex 1 60% Aspen/40% Paulownia Added forgiveness with the lightest swing-weight

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Park 2 Peak.com
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K2 Sight Skis 2013

K2 Sight Skis 2013 Take it where you want, ski it how you want, the 2013 K2 Sight is the super tool of all-mountain skis. Stiff, stable, and ready to shred, the Sight takes down the whole mountain, without killing your travel budget. Full twin tip, All-Terrain Rocker, and a full wood core make it easy to go from the park, to the pow, and back without having to stop at the car to change your set-up. K2CO14D Technical Information: Sidecut: 118-85-109 Turn radius: 20m @ 169cm All-Terrain Rocker Triaxial Braiding Twin Tip

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Alpine Sporting Goods
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Kenja Skis 2015 - Women's

2015 Volkl Kenja Skis - Women's Volkl All Mountain Skis The 2015 Volkl Kenja Skis usher in the addition of a tip rocker and a new Bio-Logic shape. By utilizing a narrower tail than our unisex models, Bio-Logic reduces the stress on the knee joint by releasing from the turn with considerably more ease. Appearing on a laundry list of awards this season including, Ski Magazine's Gold Medal Award , a nod as a Skiing Magazine Official Selection , a Freeskiing Magazine Editor's Pick, and lastly an OnTheSnow.com Editor's Choice Award . For advanced to expert women skiers looking for the ultimate in frontside/backside versatility, the new Völkl Kenja delivers it all, from easy turn initiation to increased maneuverability in soft and hard snow alike. Skill Level: The Völkl Kenja is recommended for advanced/expert level female skiers. Conditions: The 2015 Volkl Kenja skis exceptional well on both on-piste and off-piste terrain, rated at 50% groomed and 50% powder. Construction: The Völkl Kenja uses a Power Construction that's Powered By Titanium , and features a Full Sensor Woodcore for complete, all mountain versatility and stability to facilitate the smoothest ride over a wide range of terrain. Design: The 2015 Völkl Kenja employs a Tip Rocker design which combines an early rise tip with a classic camber profile. The tip rocker design helps initiate turns and float atop softer snow, requiring less energy expenditure. Extra Info: Style Number - 114376

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Super Turbo Evo Ski - Women's One Color, 178cm

Built for the steep and deep, the Movement Women's Super Turbo Evo Ski is a big mountain bruiser with a lady-specific design. With 115mm underfoot, 144 in the tip, and 129 in the tail, you aren't going to feel a lack of float when that storm of the season finally rolls through. The rockered tip and tail give them that surfy feel in the deep stuff, while camber underfoot lets you lay into turns with confidence when the terrain opens up. Full ABS sidewalls keep them stable at speed, and 2. 0mm edges offer increased durability for when you nick the occasional rock. To keep them light and playful, Movement went with a lightweight poplar core, and then layered fiberglass and carbon over that. Like all Movement skis, they feature an anti-UV finsish to keep their topsheets looking crisp season after season, and utilize an anti-stick coating to keep them clean through the deep. Strips of rubber placed above the edges help to eliminate vibration, as well as seal out moisture to prevent delamination, making these your go-to powder planks season after season.

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