The K2 Fujative Alpine Ski's flex, shape, and price make it one of the most innovative park skis on the market.

The K2 Fujative Alpine Ski tops the list of America's most-wanted fatty jib skis. This Pep Fujas park-specific pro model features a soft, unconventional flex pattern designed to accommodate the proclivities of park, pipe, and urban assault artists. Huge ollie power is combined with a mushy feel, which is mandatory for tip and tail presses, butters, and smearing landings off rails. The fatty 85mm waist and reasonable 113mm tip makes the Fujative Alpine Ski a worthy powder ride for days when the tables are too slow to hit. The width underfoot also makes for an excellent landing pad. When Pep Fujas helped K2 design his pro-model ski, he made one stipulation: it had to be affordable. K2 listened to this, and every other suggestion from the freeride phenom, creating an affordable, progressive, widely sought-after K2 park ski. *Available for US shipment only.

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5 5


I bought the K2 Fujatives as a fun, early season ski to keep my nicer Volkl's safe from the rocks in November. This was my first park ski and I absolutely love them. I bought them a little shorter (169 cm) than I would normally (177 cm) and enjoy the added freedom. Have been learning some park tricks and ski backwards regularly now. I may be reluctant to switch back to my Volkl's once there is enough snow on the ground! You cannot find a better ski for this price. Period. Even if you already own a pair of skis, these are a worthwhile investment. Highly recommended

5 5


I used to ride salomon then i bought these fugitives and they are the best skis i have ever rode. they are light flexible and ride good. I recommend these skis to anyone serious about the terrain park.

4 5


HEllo, i bought these skis 2 months ago, there great for the kickers and rails, and i was impressed with the backcountry riding as well. Overall good pair of skis and i recommend them to you.

4 5

Great Skis!

These skis are awesome! They're great on rails and sweet for buttering boxes. They have a ton of pop compared to my old skis. There is only one drawback to these skis... the laminate peels pretty easily.

5 5

fujative rox

these skis rock, i live in the poconos so there's nothing challenging besides the terrain park, so i started twin tip skiing when i was 9, and i had pair of Nordica beasts. they lasted me a year then i got Rossys and they were too heavy and fat so for my bday i got these skis and it has been so much easier for me to ollie and get more air. on my old skiis i could do 180's - now i'm doin 360's and 540's. its also great in the pipe - i'm only 14, but these light weight skis rock

5 5


these skis are the sweetest thing i have bought - they're a sweet ski to have with a cool look to them i can do 360's, no problem, buy these skis!!!!!!!!!!!

5 5


i got these skis and i love em they have just enough flex and are tough and they dnt break the bank!

5 5


This is my first pipe and park ski. This has proven to be a very fun ski!! I have it mounted tele, and am having a blast learning to play in the park. Most of my skiing is backcountry from resort and big mtn style skiing. At any rate this ski is fun fun fun.

5 5

Park Weapon

This ski is the ultimate park ski. My first year fujatives lasted 2 and a half seasons and still held up. They even survived falling off of my roof rack at 85mph with no damage! Not only are these skis great for park but they float decently in powder with 85mm underfoot and still hold well on groomers, etc. I skied them on the east and on the west and i still love them. Definitely get these skis!