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Get a triple black belt in ski-jitsu.

With its early-rise tips and 102-millimeter underfoot, the K2 Kung Fujas Ski conjures up images of deep pillow lines, mini-golf tree stashes, backcountry booter sessions, the occasional jaunt in the terrain park, and the jibby awesomeness that hides in all the piste between. Designed by Backcountry.com athlete Pep Fujas as an all-mountain, do-anything, go-anywhere destroyer, the Kung Fujas has a triple black belt in ski-jitsu.
  • Early-rise tips, K2's All Terrain Rocker, floats above the light and white and won't hook or catch when you're Maching down the piste or park
  • Torsion box construction creates a stable feel throughout the ski, with sidewall construction underfoot and weight reduction in the tips and tails
  • Aspen and paulownia wood core creates a PB&J-like harmony: stable and lightweight, great for any snow conditions on the mountain

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Anyone have suggestions on this ski versus...

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Anyone have suggestions on this ski versus the Volkl Gotama? Looking for all mountain performance, oriented more towards powder skiing. I ski a lot of trees and bowls, also like bumps. Want to step up my performance this year, so not sure what would be better. Thanks.

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These are both great skis and they are pretty much the same, I would recomend the K2's because of the increased edge control. But, you will be happy with either.

Has anyone done any touring on these skis?...

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Has anyone done any touring on these skis? If yes how was its performance?

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I haven't used them, But because they are all-mountain they shoud do fine...its more in the bindings than the skiis when it comes to touring

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Yes, i got these bad boys with Barons, with these bindings they can be a bit heavy but really stable, make sure u find the proper skins....i couldn't find the pre-cut skins so i got G3's, the skis work great in deep pow and icy crust...go for it.

Yes, i got these bad boys with Barons, with these bindings they can be a bit heavy but really stable, make sure u find the proper skins....i couldn't find the pre-cut skins so i got G3's, the skis work great in deep pow and icy crust...go for it.

I'm 5'7" and was wondering whether the 169...

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I'm 5'7" and was wondering whether the 169 or 179 would be better for me. I am an intermediate-advanced skier and would be using this a 60% all-moutain 40% park ski on the east coast and a 20% park 80% all mountain and light to medium depth pow ski out west. Basically it looks like I'm right on the border between the 169 and 179. Currently on 171 jib-rockered park skis now. I guess the size I'd get heavily depends on the rocker profile of these. Is it pretty exaggerated?

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Forgot to mention I am 140 lbs and prefer a jib/park oriented mount point. Not center on these particular skis, but close to center rather than farther. I'm thinking like -3 to -4cm?

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AMAZING!

Just demoed these at Mammoth Mountain in Cali, and honestly, they make it feel like you're cheating. Perfect in powder, amazing in the moguls, and a dream in every condition. The only place I didn't take them was the park since the powder was just too good!

Super responsive and very stable even in the choppy stuff. I would highly recommend them.

6'4", 220lbs, demoed the 178s with classic Full Tilt boots. I would have gone with a longer size but the 178s did the job.

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Im 5.10 ft and l30 lbs. Currently I am...

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Im 5.10 ft and l30 lbs. Currently I am skiing on the obsethed and want more of an all mountain ski. I looking at the kung fujas and most likely going to get them. What size and where should I mount them. Thanks

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I'm 6.2 ft and 200 lbs intermediate skier,...

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I'm 6.2 ft and 200 lbs intermediate skier, I've been skiing blacks, bumps but not full control and I would like to ski some bowls this upcoming season.

I'm not sure what ski size will be best for me 179 or 189cm. Please help me choose the correct size

Thanks

how do these compare to the line influence...

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how do these compare to the line influence 115 because i am trying to decided between these two skis

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I would go for this one if I was shopping for a new pair

These skis seem perfect for what I'm looking...

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These skis seem perfect for what I'm looking for, however I'm a little worried that they're too much ski for me (5'7", 110lbs)... is there a women's version of these?

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These are the Men's factory team twintip. If you want the exact same thing in the Women's, its the Missbehaved. They have the same dimensions and might ski a bit better for a petite lady like yourself.

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Looking for a one ski quiver and I read...

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Looking for a one ski quiver and I read lots of good stuff about this ski from guys. Skiing at Alta for this season, but am from New England. I'm a 5'9" female 140 lbs expert skier but at age 57 I don't bomb the hill. Love to ski trees, steeps and deep but also end up on groomers to get to the lift. Would like to use ski for backcountry also and mount it with a Marker F10. Would this ski in a 169 be appropriate? Should I mount the binding more forward, if so, how much? Should I be looking at a women's specific ski?

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Has anyone really tried them on steeps?...

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Has anyone really tried them on steeps? speed? drops?

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I purchased the Kung Fujas after owning...

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I purchased the Kung Fujas after owning the Seth Pistol and then Seth Viscious. Core Center on the KFs is 4.5cm ahead of core center on both pair of Seths. I was thinking going with a +4 mount for the KFs based upon what others recommend, but that will put me about +6.5cm more forward (based upon true center) than where I am at on the Seths. That seems like a huge change - will they ski pow ok this far forward? Intended use is for all mountain and side-country. No switch.

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Fantastic Skis

My understanding is that the 2011 model is the same as the 2012 model with a different graphic. I prefer the 2011 graphic, but this is still sweet.

I actually underestimated how much I would like this ski. It holds an edge well on the groomers, but also floats quite nicely in the powder, and maneuvers well in the trees. It's playful enough to get creative, but doesn't chatter at high speeds. Because of the light rocker and shape, it does ski smaller than its size; so I suggest going with the larger option if you are trying to decide between sizes, especially if you like going fast.

For your reference:
Stats: 6' 180lbs
Fujas Size: 189cm
Use: single-ski-quiver - i.e. everything
Location: West Coast skiing

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Love them

Hey Pep, thanks for the skis ;)

Love them

I'm 6'1", 160 lbs. Looking for a versatile,...

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I'm 6'1", 160 lbs. Looking for a versatile, fun resort ski. I have Megawatts for the powder days, so more for bumps, steeps and groomers on the dry days. Not looking for the stiffest ski out there, would prefer something more forgiving. So:
1. Do the Kung Fujas fit this description?
2. Should I go for 179 or 189 length? One seems short, the other long. Megawatts are 188 but that's ok in powder.

Thanks

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I'm 6' 180lbs, I ride the Fujas in 189. Can't go wrong. Seriously. I take them on the groomers, in the park, trees, and some powder, if I can find it.

It's very playful, but stable at speed, so it seems like it is just what you are looking for. Not too stiff, but can still dominate steeps.

Hello,

I have the 2010 Kung Fujas, 179...

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Hello,

I have the 2010 Kung Fujas, 179 cm. I plan to install the Marker Duke bindings on them and would really appreciate some tips on mount positioning.
I am a 6.0" and 170 lbp expert skier.
I will be using my skis on groomed terrain, powder, as well as some backcountry skiing, but not for park riding.
Any tips on (1) how to locate the mid-sole mark on my skis, and (2) where to mount my bindings?
Thanks a lot!

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On my Fujas's i mounted my dukes at the 5 mark on the side wall. That means the lever to release the duke would line up with the 5. I have found it to be a great spot to mount it especially for touring.

On my Fujas's i mounted my dukes at the 5 mark on the side wall. That means the lever to release the duke would line up with the 5. I have found it to be a great spot to mount it especially for touring.

I have a helluwa hard time figuring out,...

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I have a helluwa hard time figuring out, what length to buy the Kungs in. I'm 6ft3 (192 cm) and 180 pounds (90 kg). I'm an intermediate to good skier looking for these as my 1-ski-does-it-all (or most, anyway) in the alps in europe (50/50 groom / pow). I've spent quite some time narrowing it down to this ski, now i only need to choose the length (179 or 189).

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Depends on how 'good' of a skier you are. What skis do you use now? Do you feel super-confident on those skis? If you can handle almost any condition without much hesitation; and with your hieght; you should be able to handle the 189s. If you have the opportunity, you should demo the skis first. Even a similar ski in the same length can give you an Idea of what you can handle. On that note, every ski is different. Also talk to someone at a ski shop that sells them, as they have most likely tried them all and can give you insight. Ski Hard!

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I would go with the 189 if I were you. If you have the opportunity to demo a pair, do it, but you will feel more comfortable on the 189 in my opinion. The early rise on the tip will help you with turn initiation on groomers, and not make the ski feel like it is too much ski for you to handle. It will also help you in the powder crush through some crud because lets be honest, most people don't get first tracks every run. The 179 seems like it would be short for your size considering that you have at least a little experience under your belt, but as said, if you can demo a pair, check them out first.

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I am 6' 185lbs and ride the 189. Don't go smaller.

Ive been looking for a ski to ski powder,...

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Ive been looking for a ski to ski powder, trees and bumps some as well. I ski all over .... not much park or cliffs though. Id also lke to get in to back country / side country. I ski on the Prophet 90s as my every day ski @ 172 and love them.... just want something for the deeper days.

I have tried the JJs, TSTs, the Opuses, Gotamas, the Patrons and the Ski Logik Howitzers. I did not get to try any of these in powder exept the JJs and the Gotamas. Im currently leaning towards the Opuses right now.

How do the Kung Fujas compare? I like the tight turning radiuses of the first three I listed.

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The Kung fujas doesn't really compare to the skis you listed mines the tst since its only 102 underfoot. If you like k2 check out the obsethed but since you already have prophet 90's they isn't really a point in getting a ski 12 mm's wider if you don't have a dedicated powder ski. Since the first three you listed have multiple sidecuts the length of the traditional sidecut is quite short. I highly recommend checking out the sir francais bacon if you like the turn radius of those skis or buying the opus or jj. I don't really know how deep the powder you will be skiing so if you are skiing 2 ft of powder or less usually up to 3 ft get a rockered 100ish mm waisted ski. If the powder is 3ft deep 110 is ideal. For 4 ft or more get a 120 to 130 mm waisted ski. It important to know that skis can be too wide. If your powder days only get too be 3 ft at the deepest the bacon would serve you well. If you will be finding 4ft of powder to ski at some point buy the opus.

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Just picked up a pair

I was fortunate to demo this ski last year. I'm 5'8 195 lbs and had a blast with them at Alta with 34 inches of fresh. The ski handled well for me and did not disappoint. I'f you are in the market for a do it all ski, This is it!

I was on the fence about whether I want...

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I was on the fence about whether I want to get these skis in 169 or 179 and was looking for some help. I demoed the 69's last season, and absolutely loved them (about 18" of fresh snow), but was wondering if I might benefit from a longer ski. I ski a lot of trees but also love to rip groomers. I am skiing a 163 right now for my carver ski.. 5'9" #165 in gear. Thanks!

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If you love ripping the groomers and thats what you want from your skis go with the 179s. Managing the trees will take a little more out of your legs but they'll tear up the corduroy like a champ.

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I found that ripping on the groomer cord was a little less than ideal, but once all the cord gets skied off they're a great ski. I got last season's graphics locally since they're an identical ski, but I haven't had a chance to ski too many trees since it's still early in the season. I'm 6' 215 and ski the 179's. Love em thus far.

I was hoping someone would be able to...

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I was hoping someone would be able to suggest a size for me. I'm 5'9, 145 lbs, and an expert skier. I prefer skiing trees, but like to have a ski that can handle the groomers. I can't decide between the 169 and the 179. Does it ski short due to the rocker?

Thanks,

Dylan

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Dylan,
This ski does ski a little shorter because of the rocker but not as much as bigger skis like the Obsethed. Your dimensions kinda put you right in the middle of the sizing. I would suggest getting the 179 and mounting it a little bit closer to the center at like a 4 or a 5 on the K2 sidewall chart. Mounting it more forward will make it easier to turn in the trees but still give you the length for the groomers.

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