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The K2 women's team got tired of hoofing men’s skis around in the backcountry, so the gals developed the Women’s Miss Baker Alpine Touring Ski. This women's-specific backcountry ski has 88mm underfoot for smooth float in the great white. A progressive sidecut and less reactive tip make the Miss Baker AT Ski super predictable on technical, steep descents. Two sheets of metal laminate and a separate elastomeric core at key points along the ski provide a smooth, damp ride when you point the run-out. The Bioflex core uses fir under your foot for a solid, stable ride and lighter, mellow-flexing spruce near the ends to decrease swing weight and make the ski more agile. A notch in the tail of the ski allows for a solid connection with your skins.

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About to skin up

About to skin up

Great skis and really responsive. Even use them on the ski hill, but then again, where I ski in the West Kootenay it's sometimes hard to differentiate the resort from the backcountry. Powder everywhere!

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I am trying to decide between the Miss...

I am trying to decide between the Miss Baker and the Shuks Anne AT ski. I am an intermediate/advanced skier, weigh 120 lbs. I skied the 153 K2 Schi Devils on tele for 3 years and loved them, but I have outgrown them. Switched to AT and am looking for something that can be used both on and off-piste, size 160. Miss Baker has much wider waist for the bc, but will it deal well with groomers a the resort too? What's the recommendation?

Miss Baker's day out

Miss Baker's day out

On the ridge of Dutch Draw looking into the Salt Lake Valley and glad to be out of the inversion.