Check out our preview of 2020 K2 skis.
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 like full-on alpine skis.
Versatile Freeride Options
The wider and jibbier skis in K2’s lineup—including the Pinnacles, Luvits, Catamaran, Marksman, Poacher, Sight, Press, Misconduct, and Empress—will cover the mountains with a rainbow of topsheets and the same on-snow versatility.