Eat up all the steeps and deeps you can find.
When you're considered one of the preeminent freeskiers on the planet, it's only natural that you'd have a ski that lives up to that reputation as well. That's probably why Sean Pettit helped to design the K2 Shreditor 120 Ski, otherwise known as the Sean Pettit pro-model ski. Don't worry though, this hard-charging ski doesn't rest on its laurels and simply coast on name alone. A slew of features help to make this ski an incredibly well-rounded beast that will have you charging big, fast lines all day. The powder rocker creates a monstrous shovel area that eats up powder and crud alike. The 120 has the stiffest flex profile of any ski in the Shreditor series, helped along by the Triaxial Braided core, wrapped around a combination of aspen and paulownia. In case you feel like getting out of bounds for a while, these come with tip and tail grommets for K2 skin attachments.
- Powder rocker
- Triaxial braid with TwinTech sidewall
- Aspen and paulownia core
- 120mm underfoot
- Traditional sidecut (147/120/141)
- Tip and tail skin-attachment grommets