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When you put on your coconut bra, you know you're headed to a tiki party. When you click the K2 Women's MissDemeanor Ski, you know you're headed straight for the freshly groomed terrain park. The MissDemeanor, however, is much more versatile than said bra, and it can roll with you as you stick harsh landings with ease, ride switch, or spin yourself silly both in and out of the park. You'll notice lots of control and response when you put these puppies on.

This dependable, stable ski features an All-Terrain Rocker profile, which consists of an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance and camber underfoot for power, energy, and edge hold in firmer conditions. Bi-Directional taper (tip is wider but still closer in width to the tail) allows you to ski forward exceptionally well and have similar switch arcs for better and more consistent switch riding. K2 made the MissDemeanor with the all-new BioFlex 3 core, which is composed of 80% aspen core underfoot, which is infused with 20% lightweight paulownia towards the tip and tail to reduce swing weight and increases performance, strength, and durability. And as you give these skis a beating in the park, they will hold up, because the durable TwinTech construction rolls the top material into the ABSorb sidewall, which sandwiches a urethane layer in between ABS for shock absorption. Your coconut bras certainly do not have this much tech … and probably aren't nearly as fun.

  • Camber underfoot with elevated (rocker) tip
  • Triaxial braid, ABSorb TwinTech sidewall
  • BioFlex 3 core
  • 90mm waist
  • Bi-Directional sidecut
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Live in VT. Bought ski last year and used as my everyday ski. Awesome in the powder, soft snow, easy to get through tight trees which I've only been getting into for the past few years. Handles decently for those hard packed cold days in New England. Also used to teach skiing with - lots of compliments from little girls for their prettiness :) Overall would def recommend for anyone looking for a fun everyday ski.