Leave no inch unshredded.
The Quiver Killer sounds like the name of a bad horror flick, but there's nothing scary about the K2 Shreditor 112 ski, unless you consider awesome and versatile pow-leaning performance frightening. The Shreditor is most at home in soft snow, but it thrives whether you're surfing pow, busting through crud, or putting first tracks in big lines, and it won't pee its pants with fear when you have to rail some groomers on the way back to base.
K2's All-Terrain rocker gives your tip and tail a lift over new snow, chopped crud, and wind buff, while the underfoot camber provides powerful edge grip in uneven snow and lets you make the most of cliff hits and booters. The aspen and fir core has the lively, energetic flex pattern you'd expect from a wood core, but with K2's triaxial fiberglass laminate, the ski has the torsional strength for stability at high speeds on hard snow. The Shreditor is laid up with a classic, strong sandwich construction, but the TwinTech sidewalls wrap up into the topsheet to reduce wear along the edge and prevent the topsheet from chipping so your sticks look mint all season long. The tapered tip and tail serves up smooth, hook-free turning in soft snow and lets you scrub speed quickly when that tree sneaks up on you, too, so you can rally all season without wrapping yourself around an evergreen.
- All-Terrain Rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
- Sandwich construction
- TwinTech sidewalls
- Aspen and fir wood core
- Triaxial fiberglass laminate
- Tapered tip and tail
- Item #K2S007O
- Q & A
2015 K2 SHREDITOR 112 Video Review
A review of the K2 Shreditor 112 Ski from the manufacturer.
Shreds From The Car to the Bar
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
One of my favorite all mountain skis, and i stress the phrase ALL MOUNTAIN. These skis can ski everything which is rare for most skis. They have a good mix of gentle rocker and camber which makes them easy to turn in all but the deepest powder. They want to ride over most obstacles due to the rocker tip and the width underfoot and they even make cutting through moguls and skiing trees easy. Like the other reviewers said they are on the softer side, but the carbon stringers make the poppy and responsive.
If you need a one ski quiver that is just plain easy and fun I totally recommend these. They are probably in my top 5-10 favorite skis for this season.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This ski really is dangerous. My wife became concerned I would leave her because of these shredditors! It was her fault though, she let me keep them in the corner of our room...right next to my side of the bed.
They are so fun in any soft snow. Soon easy to maneuver. I love them in trees. I love them for big turns in powder. I love them for crud. I even love them for groomers on family days!!!
They are amazing!!!!!!!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These skis kill it! These are the perfect 1 Quiver ski, they shred everything from leisurely groomers to anything in the back country! These skis are pretty fat with a 112 underfoot, and they can be pretty cattery at high speeds or on ice, but they're super playful and have the perfect spring in the rocker! This was my every day ski for the 2014-15 year and i look forward to using them again for the 15-16 season! :)
P.S. The K2's are basically the coolest thing in this entire picture.......
Hello. I am about to buy Shreditor 112. Questions about sizing.
I'm 5'8 (178cm) and 174 lb(79kg) weight.
I'm not sure 179 or 189 to go with. I've skied Atomic Bent Chetler 185 for 2 seasons and it skis short due to massive rocker (30% tip. 30% tail, 40% camber) Not sure same goes for Shreditor 189? What is percentage of rockers? My second ski is a pair of K2 Bolt 179 and I feel it's as much as I can go with normal rocker. Please advise 179 or 189?
If I go with 179. can I still get good float on powder?
Hey Soo K. - I think the 179 cm would be the best choice for you in the Shreditor 112s. You will still get plenty of float in powder and it will be more nimble and versatile in varied terrain and conditions. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.
- Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead