In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Highlights from the 2019 K2 skis lineup:
In addition to a major boot redesign, K2 tweaks some of its go-to models on the ski side. The popular women's Luv series features women's-specific tech. Rather than just lightening up the ski, moving the mount point forward, and calling it a women's ski, K2 rolls out a camber profile built to match female profiles and skiing styles.
To give the skis more rebound without fiberglass, K2 also incorporates flax Shockshield into the series.
Metal Touring Skis
Does a metal touring ski sound just awful? Yeah, if it's heavy. But K2 rebuilt its best-selling Wayback/Talkback backcountry series by both
adding titanal and lightening the skis up. K2 aims to have them climb like worthy touring skis and ski down ... Continue Reading
2018 K2 Pinnacle 105 Description:
The new 2018 Pinnacle 105 has an updated core, an updated rocker profile and a fresh graphic. The K2 Pinnacle 105 ski is positioned in the middle of the new Freeride series as the do-anything, go-anywhere, ski everything, quiver of one. Even the most confident skiers will benefit from the lightweight Nanolite core while navigating through trees or floating in powder, as much as the solid and supportive wood cores with metal laminate over the edges when charging through firmer, variable snow.
Construction: Konic Technology-Fir/Nanolite, Metal Laminate, Triaxial Briad, Hybritech Sidewalls
Baseline: All-Terrain Rocker
2018 K2 Pinnacle 105 Specs:
Skis In The K2 freeride Series:
Pinnacle 105 (105mm) In Stock
Pinnacle 95 (95mm) In Stock
Pinnacle 88 (88mm) In Stock