Let them wonder how you honed in your resort skiing this season.
It's no mystery how and why the K2 Women's SuperStitious Ski with Marker ERC 11.0 TC Binding is a hard-changing resort ski, but you will still remain in awe. Built to be your go-to-chariot for hardpack, pow, and crud, this all-mountain carver will help you make effortless turns like you drank some kind of voodoo juice.
The SuperStitious' mojo lies in the construction. Hybritech sidewall construction (unique blend of sidewall and cap construction) keeps this ski light and allows for smooth turn initiation. All-terrain rockered profile gives extra float and versatility for unmatched confidence in fresh snow and crud, all while creating easy turn initiation for effortless carving on corduroy and soft snow, and regular camber underfoot provides superb edgehold in firm conditions. You won't be shaken, because two sheets of lightweight Titanal alternate with fiberglass layers above and below the core for dampened, unshakable performance. The Bioflex 3 wood core (aspen, paulownia, and bamboo stringers) offers increased performance, strength, and durability.
The Marker ERC 11.0 TC Binding is a women's-specific system, K2's widest, that allows for greater precision and control on wider-waisted Super skis. The ERC (Energy Response Control) has zinc feet that extend towards the edge of the ski for more accurate power transfer, resulting in improved edge hold. You can crank up the DIN to 11, which will accommodate skiers of various skill levels and their need for responsiveness and safety.
- Camber underfoot with elevated (rocker) tip
- Metal laminate, Hybritech sidewall
- AT RoX technology
- Bioflex 3 core
- 84mm waist
- Marker ER3 10.0 Binding DIN range of 2.5-10
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've been skiing on these SuperStitious skis for the last 4 weeks and they've taken me everywhere on the mountain with confidence and big smiles. Our mountain gives us some really varied conditions - one day its hard packed icy on-trail only skiing, and the next you're on fresh soft snow and going all over the place off trail. This ski has surprised me with its versatility. I tend to have only one pair of skis on the go in any season, so I need skis that will handle the variability of conditions here in the North Island of NZ. This is the first season I've tried skis with rockers and these beauties are fab- especially lifting me out of the crud and softer wetter snow we get here on warmer days.
So all up a great ski and I've demo'd half a dozen similarly spec'd skis in other brands but this is the one I'm sold on!