It’s easy to see who the winner will be this season.
- Bioflex core, made of fused fir and spruce, keeps the ski light and easy to maneuver in the steeps and tight trees
- Metal laminate construction, made of layers of fiberglass and Titanal above and below the wood core, helps provide a damp and smooth ride in variable terrain
- Lifted tip aids in flotation in powdery snow and quicker turn initiation in any condition
- Mod technology reduces vibrations and impact loads along the entire ski for a stronger edge-hold and control when you rip around the mountain
- Marker ERS 11.0 TC Binding System helps maintain smooth flexing of the ski and is a full pound lighter than last year’s model
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please, please answer me, I'm 5'9 tall and...
please, please answer me, I'm 5'9 tall and 65 kg, (143 pounds) I'm not an expert skier, more like an intermediate to advanced. They were sold out of the 163 size, so I bought 159 cm. Is it too short for me? Can I still ride it? I heard you need to buy a bit longer ski if it has a rocker, but this one only has a tip rocker only 10%. So is it still ok to ride it?
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I'm not an expert skier, I can say i'm an...
I'm not an expert skier, I can say i'm an intermediate skier, but i love the design of it, and i wanna buy it. is it wise to do so? please help!!!
If you want to get better why not get a ski designed to take you there...
Go for it!!
Love them! Fab on steeps and groomers and quick turns in bumps. Not much experience with them in powder, but I can't wait for the chance.
I am not an advanced-expert skier. However,...
I am not an advanced-expert skier. However, I demoed these skis on groomed slopes and liked it. I currently have K2 First Luv and know I need to move up to a more advanced ski. I consider myself a good intermediate skier. Is there another ski I should consider or should I just ignore the advanced-expert tag on the Lotta Luvs?
Try demoing the Free luv, it is there as a stepping stone between something like the first luv and the lotta luv.
Buy the Lotta Luvs - as you ski them you will get more comfortable and raise your game. They are the top of the range for K2 all mountain womens ski and they are great on everything. i've comfortably used them on ice, bumps, slush, powder, etc. I have the 2010 Lotta Luvs and they are twin tip camber. The 2011s are rocker/camber. Whether you buy last years or this years, i don't think you will regret it.
I would marry these skis if I could.
Great all mountain ski. The more I ski and trust them the more I love them. Skied all conditions - groomers, moguls, crud and powder (6 inches) and they are great. Easy turn initiation and fun. Buy them!!!
Loved the 2011s
I tested them last year, and the 2011s are different. The ones here are the new ones, w/rocker. They're quite different from last year's. I made sure they were the 2011s before ordering them. I loved the new ones!
Was the K2 rocker technology introduced...
Was the K2 rocker technology introduced for the 09/10 season or just the 10/11 season? I want the lotta luvs with rocker but do not want to pay $1000 so I'm looking at last season's lotta luvs. I can buy last season's LLs for $600 but I need to know if they have the rocker technology.
Write your answer here...from the research I have done they appear to be the same ski, I too was wondering the same thing and I just bought the 2010's for $600
I'm just about 100% sure that the 2010/11 is the first year for the "rocker" profile. My wife rode last years and I know there was no early rise on those. This is also the first year K2 has had the varying degree of "rocker" in their entire production line.
2010/2011 K2 Lotta Luv Ski
K2 wants you to star on its âSki of Loveâ reality show, which features the Womenâs T Nine Lotta Luv Ski w/ Marker ERS 11.0 TC Binding as one of its all-mountain ski contestants. Youâll find this ripping, expert-level skiâs 82mm waist and progressive sidecut extremely hard to resist.