jake wrote a review of K2 Shreditor 120 Ski - The Pettitor on May 21, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Soo much fun on so many different conditions. Though it's primarily a pow ski, you can rip this thing in everything if you really want to. Its strengths really come out in the pow though. Thanks to the awesome Pow Rocker profile, they make 5" feels like 10". Plus, the sidecut profile makes it super easy to ski switch.
The best part of the ski however, has to be the flex index. Tips and tails are soft, but the ski locks down the flex underfoot plus roughly 6" fore & aft from the foot (give or take). This area provides a solid, stable platform for stomping airs, stability, and 'standing' on the ski while ripping a turn. Meanwhile, the looser areas in the tips and tails allow for snappier turns, more maneuverability, and a super springy, bouncy, schmeary, launchpad if you trying to butter.
I mounted mine @ true center, and I would highly recommend doing the same. And also, they ski quite short. I'm 6'0", and riding a 179 - it feels like a snow blade at times.
Great for pow, great for landing airs, great for quick turns, great for bombing/speed, even great for park.
My only gripe with these is the weight (it sucks hauling these into the BC sometimes), and the topsheet - last season's graphic with the eagle was sick!