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When the planets align for your long-awaited ski-cation to Portillo and the peaks are emerging from a month-long snow storm, you'll be happy you brought along the K2 Annex 108 Ski. Born from the SideStash of yore, the Annex 108 is a touring ski that loves the backcountry, untouched bowls, and couloirs of all shapes and sizes.

K2 realized people loved the SideStash, for good reason, but everything must join the present at some point. So along comes the Annex 108. K2 took the essentials of the Sidestash, like the wood core, metal laminate, and Hybritech sidewall, and tweaked the rocker profile. Now, with the all-terrain rocker, you can go straight from enjoying uncut fields of bliss to plowing through chunder. The all-terrain rocker still has positive camber underfoot, but the tip has a longer and lower rise and the ski has a kicktail for easier handling over all terrain.

The wood blend core is sandwiched between metal laminate consisting of Titanal and fiberglass. This damps vibrations, reduces chatter, and gives you precision when turning. The HybriTech sidewall gives you the best of both worlds; the lightweight responsiveness of cap construction, with the durability and power of a true sidewall.

For those days when you just can't stomach the thought of waiting in lift lines, strap K2's custom skins to the tip and tail skin-attachment grommets and experience blissful skinning as you earn your turns.

  • All-terrain rocker
  • Metal laminate with Hybritech sidewall
  • Aspen, paulownia, and maple woods core
  • 108mm underfoot
  • Traditional sidecut (139/108/127)
  • Tip and tail skin-attachment grommets
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easier than expected

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

skied them in powder and packed powder. On powder, they are great. the 108 and the rockered shovel keeps you afloat, and they are very maneuvable in the soft stuff. not the best on groomers, but these are not meant for lapping groomers. they do chatter a bit on piste, perhaps as expected. I would encourage anybody looking for a true powder ski to give these a try

My favorite skis!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

The Annex 108 was my favorite K2 ski last season, it ripped everywhere I took it! I primarily skied these around Jackson, but they were perfect for soft and deep Cody laps, landing airs, and skiing the moguls between Thunder and the Tram once everything got skied out. The torsional stiffness means that I ski fast, stable groomer laps but they are still bouncy and fun off-piste. I love having one ski I can count on everyday, and the Annex 108 is my go-to!

Unanswered Question

I have the 2010 /2011 (not sure exactly what year) K2 Sidestash in a 188cm. I'm 6'1 , 200lbs and I love the sidestash but it doesn't float as well as I'd like, and the tails catch a bit. This annex looks like it could fix both of those problems. Any idea on how the Annex compares to the Sidestash or how this years Annex compares to last years?