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When hell freezes over, the K2 Hell Bent will nab the first descent—switch.

You ever wonder how guys like Seth Morrison and Andy Mahre land switch in powder like it was hardpack? Well, they're sick skiers, and they have a huge secret weapon—the K2 Hell Bent Alpine Ski. A rockered design (the tip and tail bend up, like a surfboard) and monstrous 122mm waist make the Hell Bent float like a cork in the powder, so you can take all your park skills to natural terrain even on the deepest of powder days. A relatively large amount of sidecut for a big ski lends you the versatility to get back to the lift without looking like a fool. From outrunning your slough on an Alaskan spine, to landing a Misty 7 off a wind lip, the Hell Bent is the new tool for taking freestyle to big mountain terrain. *Available for US shipment only.

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what year hellbents are these?

what year hellbents are these?

5 5

Go Huck!

Remember being a kid and how much fun it was to jump on your bed? Well that's the feeling you get on the Hellbents. Every landing is stable and smooth. Stomp it every time. Of course, with the reverse camber it can throw you over the handlebars on flat landings. Other than that, this will be the most fun you can have hucking, and your knees will thank you. So buy a pair and go huck yourself!

People that you are watching, nice to meet...

People that you are watching, nice to meet you. Please teach the weight of this ski board

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K2 doesn't list a weight for these, but suffice it to say with a wood core and 122 underfoot they're pretty beefy, heavy skis in the longer lengths. If you're concerned about ski weight, look elsewhere.

People that you are watching, nice to meet...

People that you are watching, nice to meet you. Please teach the weight of this ski board

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They're a bit heavy for carrying, but so nimble that they don't feel heavy while ripping around. My brother thought they were clunky feeling until he opened it up some. Ski these fast and they'll turn on a dime. I'm 5' 8" and only 'bout 135lbs and I ski the 189cm so don't be afraid to go big on the sizing.

hey there - what position do you guys mount...

hey there - what position do you guys mount your bindings? there are three marks - thanks and greetings from munich..

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The three mount points are centered, traditional, and "suggested" in between them...Pep Fujas mounts his at plus 7 to land switch in powder. If you don't ski switch anywhere from plus 2 to plus 5 would probably work. Go to a boot balancer if you can find one.

5 5


I bought these skis expecting a pow only ski. but when they cam i mounted my bindings and headed up to the mountain on probably the worst day of the season. I was SOO surprised. These skis just tear it up on the groomers, thrash through the pow, and kill it in the park. These could definitely be an all mountain ski for me. The only thing that these aren't to great on is choppy icy moguly stuff. But if you know where and how to ski, they shouldnt be a problem. two thumbs up!

5 5

don't let them fool you!

These are the best skis I've ever used on a crud and powder day. I've never had so much fun on a pair of skis! They ski short, so don't let the length fool you. Also, don't let the guy in the shop of lift line question your sanity. These are great skis on the groom, and are soft enough to hammer the crud. The graphics are what they are; hellish and I actually like them. This ski may start a revolution in reverse-camber! Have fun on them!