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2013 K2 Amp Aftershock Review:

The Aftershock is the widest ski in the AMP line of skis from K2. Where other front side skis falter, it thrives. From choppy conditions to groomed runs, the Aftershock is with you all the way. It is built like the Rictor but is wider. This ski is for expert level skiers who like to spend more time off piste than on. K2 All Terrain Rocker gives you easy turn initiation, versatility, and agility in all snow conditions. The M3 Plate gives the skier more effective transfer of power from boot to ski for overall better control and confidence. Built with 2 sheets of Titanal running the length of the ski. The Aftershock is an updated version of the popular Apache Xplorer.

Construction: Metal Laminate - Hybritech Sidewall
Core: Aspen/Paulownia
Features: ROX Technology, Mod Technologies, Mod Monic Performance: 30% groomed / 70% ungroomed

2012 K2 Amp Aftershock Review:

For the guy who likes to make turns in the deep snow. The Aftershock is the wider version of the Rictor for skiers who like to spend more time off piste than on. K2 All Terrain Rocker provides for easy turn initiation, versatility, and agility in all snow conditions. New to 2012 is the M3 Plate which is lower, lighter, and wider than previous versions. It gives the skier more effective transfer of power from boot to ski for overall better control and confidence. Built with 2 sheets of Titanal running the length of the ski. Construction: Metal Laminate Hybritech Sidewall Core: Aspen / Paulownia Performance: 30% groomed / 80% ungroomed

2011 K2 Amp Aftershock Review:

The K2 AMP Aftershock is the widest ski from the AMP series and is the new and improved version of the Xplorer. At 86mm underfoot, the Aftershock is best for all mountain skiers and get to ski a few of fresh snow days a year. The big change vs the Xplorer is the addition of what K2 calls all mountain rocker. This gives the ski a tighter radius plus better float in fresh snow. Many people want to know the difference in the K2 Amp Aftershock vs Rictor. They are very similar in flex and the main difference is the width which affects hard snow / soft snow performance. If you primarily ski groomers then opt for the Rictor, if not then the Aftershock is the better choice.

2013 K2 Amp Aftershock Specs:

Dimensions:130/86/114
Radius:19m@181cm
Skill Level:1 = Beginner 10 = Expert
Level 8
Construction:Partial Sidewall
Tail Type:Flat

2012 K2 Amp Aftershock Specs:

Dimensions:130/86/114
Radius:19m@174cm
Skill Level:1 = Beginner 10 = Expert
Level 8
Construction:Partial Sidewall
Tail Type:Flat

2011 K2 Amp Aftershock Specs:

Dimensions:130/86/114
Radius:16m@167cm
Skill Level:1 = Beginner 10 = Expert
Level 8
Construction:Partial Sidewall
Tail Type:Flat

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