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We can smell a legendary ski a mile away, and the Kung Fujas just reeks.

Miss your chance at the old K2 Seth? Well, the Kung Fujas is about as close as you're going to get to that magic mid-fat twin-tip design. Pep Fujas' 2009 pro model ski is a tiny bit slimmer (95mm in the waist down from 98) but brings the same easy-flexing, torsionally stiff versatility that made the old Seth shine everywhere from big AK faces to tight trees and monster terrain parks. A nearly symmetrical sidecut makes going switch second nature without sacrificing forward stability, and a fully-wrapped solid fir core plows through crud like a brick through a window. So go ahead—pick up the Kung Fujas and pick a line. Two of the best skiers in the universe have been there before you, on the very same planks.

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Hi all, I'm looking for my first set of...

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Hi all, I'm looking for my first set of twin tips, i've been to my local shop and was really sold on a pair of k2 kung fujas 189cm but after doing more research i find myself leaning more towards the line prophet 100 186cm. which would be the better all round ski? i'm 6ft 205lb advancing intermediate, i ski mainly in colorado in bumps, bowls and trees with the groomers back to lifts. you're input would be much appreciated!

Im 16, 5ft 11 and 175lb and i am an "expert"...

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Im 16, 5ft 11 and 175lb and i am an "expert" east coast skier and take one or two trips out to Utah or colorado a season, last year some friends and i went skiing out west and it dumped snow on us, long story short i didnt have powder skis and my every day east coast skiis are 158 Volkl Tiger shark 10's, and they sunk like rocks in powder, so know im looking for a good powder ski for under 500$ would this be a good ski and length for me, or any other suggestions?

THX, Chris

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Unfortunately this ski isnt in stock anymore...but you might wanna hit up the website newschoolers(I hope you already have an account, if not get one asap) the forums there will have a lots of good info on skis. Plus if you hit up the "gear talk" forum and start a thread like this you will get lots of help finding a ski. Hope you get something ski and kill it out in utah.

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I Love these things!

Hey guys i bought these skies last year and I absolutely love them. These are K2's Pep Fujas pro model and work great from corduroy to powder. I rode them for 3 days straight at Breckenridge and I rode them hard. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a great pair of twin tips who wants to ride the whole mountain

Thinking about getting back on skis after...

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Thinking about getting back on skis after a long 12 year hiatus on my snowboard. I pulled my old boards out (K2 X-Screams) and thought about using them this season. They are old, but only have about 10 days of use on them. However, I have a case of GAS (gear acquistion syndrom) and want new skis. I used to be an agressive, all mountian skier. I love to ski the tress and steeps. I am 6'3", 200 pounds. Is this ski too much for me to get back into skiing? Is the 189 cm going to be too long for the trees? Thanks, Kevin.

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I think those old skis are actually Salomon's not K2's. Kevin

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thugg skis

these skis, BEST SKIS IN THE UNIVERSE, ment for BA skiers all over the world includin nino, and some other utah fools, these skis r diverse beauties, they do anything, anywhere,anytime, the design is da coolest one in da whole wide world, these skis will float ur boat all the way up to the nips with that ez brezzy feelin. WARNING, THESE SKIS ARE FOR COOL PEOPLE ONLY, so if u want to be cool, get these skis they are the illest

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i am 5'7 140 and i got the 169 and loved them. They are great for switch riding in pow and even though its not a super fat ski it still floats like one and it does great on the groomer. If you like stiffer skis then I wouldnt get this one it is really soft but still stable.

189s too much? I moved out to VT last...

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189s too much? I moved out to VT last year, and I am looking to upgrade my sticks. I mainly ski Mad River Glenn, with an occasional trip up to Jay Peak. Right now, I am skiing some old 181 K2 Apaches. I am an aggressive, experienced skier, and I handle that length fine. I am Thinking about getting the 189 K2 Kung Fujas... is the 189 going to be too much out here? I am 6'0 185lbs, and I like bumps and trees, and hit the backcountry a lot.

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No it really should not be too much. If the 180 is good, then the 189 should be fine. Just remember that they ride shorter too, since they are twin tips.

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top ski

Took these out on a demo day at mt buller,,as a middle age guy,it took a bit to get use to there size,(fat)they were great through grud ,gromed,steep faces,and great for general fun.

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Sicko All MTN

This is a great ski. I used it in Jackson Hole all season and it was unreal in most conditions. From deep backcountry pow to sick park jibs, the Kung Fujas brings it. But considering the uber sick shred sessions I had all over the Tetons, I would have preferred a little bit stiffer of a ski. The Kungs are a bit flimsy for charging the steep and deeps. But for the most part a great ski, that should be unbelievable on less extreme mountains. Like every other mountain in the country.

Hey im 14 years old and i got kung fujas...

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Hey im 14 years old and i got kung fujas for my birthday, i am 5ft 3 a vey agreesive avid skier and i bought the 169 for powder and a little bit of park, i ski 16o fischers as race skis on piste will i be alright on my center mounted kung fujas. i have marker m12 bindings for them aswell

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I would NOT go with a center mount if they're going to be your powder skis.
Mount them 1-2-3 or even 4 cm back from center.
If your skiing mainly all mountain, and some park, that would be my advice.

do you think useing these babys for AT or...

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do you think useing these babys for AT or tele would be sick? i want to get a dope K2 ski with my favorite graphic and use it for AT or tele any suggestions?

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THis ski can definitely handle an AT set-up and most likely a tele. The AT would probably work a lot better though.

I am looking for a solid all mountain one...

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I am looking for a solid all mountain one ski quiver and had been looking at the Line Prophet 100 before the K2 Kung Fujas. Most shops are completely sold out of the Prophets, and I like the Fujas model because of the twin tip and becuase it's a little cheaper and lighter. I was wondering if anyone has an opinion if this is a good choice of ski.I'm 6'2, 160 pounds and a fast, agressive skier. I ski all mountain up in the Alberta and B.C rockies where we get around 30 feet of snow: mostly open bowls, bumps, a bit of trees, rip groomers, and want a ski that can handle a bit of park before going in for apres' beers. Any size suggestions? I Was thinking of the 179...

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I know a few guys that rip northern BC Rockies in all conditions in these skis, and they always tell me that they never need another ski. They float plenty in the pow, and never struggle until you are in like, waist deep. They stomp it in the park too, making solid landing platforms for huge booters. The 179 should be good for your size too.

I want to put a Marker Griffon Binding on...

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I want to put a Marker Griffon Binding on this ski, anyone know what brake size I should get? It's a 126/95/120 so a 110mm right? Just need to make sure. Also, can you recommend another binding?

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Yeah, the 110mm brake is the one that fits, or else you could bend out the 90mm brake. Either way. The Look PX 12 is a sick binding as well, but with a longer, more traditional footprint on the ski.

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Price wise, the Griffons are a much more expensive option.
I have a pair of Look px12 jibs and they work really well for me and didn't hurt the pocket.
Yes, Griffons are the best option, but the Px12s are a lot cheaper and are still a good sturdy park binding with a wide brake option.

I'm 5' 11" about 160lbs I like pipe park...

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I'm 5' 11" about 160lbs I like pipe park and rails but not limited to them, what size would be best and are these good for what i'm into?

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169 and 5'11noooooooo.get 179

I'm going to Colorado for college next...

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I'm going to Colorado for college next year and am looking for a pair of skis while i still have the cash. I'm an advanced skier and i like to play around in the park but i'm more interested in pow and want to start hitting cliffs. I'm 5'10" and 145lbs. and i ski very agressively, would the 179 be to big? also what would be a good binding/ boot combination on these. thanks

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179 would be a good size. Go for Marker Griffon as a solid binding choice. Someone else will have to step in for a boot reccomendation.....

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dude... for boots you have to go with the Nordica Supercharger Ignitions! they are the most comfortable boot i have owned and very responsive. they have the best padding to prevent shin bang.

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full tilt seth pro and griffons...bam

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Boots. BOOTS HAVE TO BE BOOTS THAT YOU ARE COUMFORTABLE IN AND SUIT YOUR FOOT SHAPE.
Bindings, go Griffon.

I'm 6'2'' and ~ 205lb. I ski 174 K2 PE's,...

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I'm 6'2'' and ~ 205lb. I ski 174 K2 PE's, a little short I know, but it's working out for my everyday ski. I'm looking to get something bigger and more as an east coast powder ski, but something I could potentially ski everyday> My PE's are getting fixed, and I was in the market anyways for a new ski....Is this ski too much for east coast? I'm not the best on the mountain, but I handle my own. I like skiing trees, so I need the ski to be relatively quick. Would like it to bomb groomers and choppy stuff, and I do some limited stuff in the park. Is this a good fit?Also, should I go the 189?

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The 189 might be a little much for east coast, especially if you aren't super experienced on the mountain. The 179 might be a better option, because of the quicker turning the trees, and the swing if you want to take it into the park. But this ski is definitely an all mountain ski, that can handle everyday skiing on groomers or in pow.

If I already have a pair of Pontoons, will...

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If I already have a pair of Pontoons, will the Kung Fujas be a good compliment all mountain ski? I need a different element to my quiver

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This ski is an excellent all-mountain ski, and I mean all-mountain. Park, trees, pow, bumps, groomers, I've even seen a buddy with it in the pipe. Should make an awesome compliment to your Pontoons.

Looking for a new ski for all-mountain...

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Looking for a new ski for all-mountain currently I am on 1080 twin tipspaceframe 171's I ski east coast NY and VT with a annual trip out west. I ski aggressive like moguls, steeps. Looking at Line prophet 90'2 or Kung Fujas, or any other suggestions. 5'10" 175 lbs recommended lenth? Thanks

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The line prophet 90 in a 179 or 4frnt msp in a 181 are two of the best east coast ski's for everything.

hi, i'm doing a season in whistler and...

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hi, i'm doing a season in whistler and have broken my old rossignol scratch skiis. Had a look around the shops an this ski caught my eye. my old skii's wernt exactly wide at 83 or something so i'm wondering if i will notice the width of these skiis and if i could still skii on groomed runs? i want to get better at powder so thaught the extra width may help but i do still want tobe able to carve the groomed runs too. any help?

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This will still totally kill it on the groomed runs. I would bet this ski would carve groomers better than your scratches, and it will be a way better ski in the pow. The extra width will definitely help you out. I'd say this is a great ski for you.

I am 5' 10" and 180 lbs. and I am an...

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I am 5' 10" and 180 lbs. and I am an aggressive skier. Would the 189cm ski be to big?

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I would definitely say that a 189 would be WAY too big. K2 actually run long, so a 189 K2 would be HUGE! If you want more ski for extra floatation or something, you should pick a ski with a wider platform such as the ObSETHed. I'm about 5'10" also, and the 179 is way over my head. If you are getting this ski for sure, the 179 would be a much better option for you. You could honestly get away with a 169 because they run big, but if you want it a little longer stick to the 179. 189 would be ridiculous if you're 5'10". That's not how the ski is designed to be sized.

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