The Three C's: Control, Confidence, Carve
A damper version of the Amp 76 chassis, the K2 Amp 76Ti Marker M3 10.0 Binding is an all-mountain carver that you don't have to be an Olympic athlete to control. Ski with confidence when you click in to this ski/binder combo, because the Mod technology paired with K2's most complex construction, the metal laminate, creates a high-performance platform that is stiff, damp, and stable at speed. Metal Laminate is composed by alternating layers of fiberglass and full-length sheets of Titanal metal above and below the wood core.
Hybritech Sidewalls blend sidewall and cap construction that gives this ski the power and edging accuracy of sidewall construction and the lightweight feel and smooth turn initiation of cap construction. The 76Ti boasts a secondary core, with the Mod Suspension, that that lies on top of the ski’s primary core, absorbs vibrations from choppy terrain, and dampens the ski to increase overall ski control and reduce tip skipping or wandering at speed. Titanal hubs are embedded into the core of the ski for the most direct transmission of power from the ski binder directly to the core of the ski. Add to that the All-Terrain Rocker, which has 70% camber underfoot for easy edge transitions, grip in bumpy or variable terrain, and 30% rocker in the tip to give it lift and aid overall maneuverability.
Marker M3 10.0 Binding uses a lightweight compact toepiece and fixed heel design for power, precision, and efficient energy transfer.
- Camber underfoot with elevated (rocker) tip
- Mod Technology
- Metal Laminate, Hybritech sidewall
- Composite core
- 76mm waist
- Progressive sidecut
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Great intermediate ski
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Just got these today and took them up to snowbird to break them in. Conditions: hard pack with some crud in places. I used them all over the mountain and The skis performed awesomely. The carving, in particular, was outstanding. Light weight, flexible, agile-- and they came with bindings. I was upgrading an old pair of Solomon scramblers and looking for something with a waist <80. I am a solid intermediate skier and feel as if these skis will take me to the next level. Highly recommend if you're looking for a solid intermediate all-mountain ski.