Willwrote a review of K2 Shreditor 102 Ski on January 2, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought these skis with the hope that they would provide good float in the pow, excellent charging, and some fun in the park every once and a while. They have done exactly that. On groomers and corduroy they carve like a racing ski leaving nothing to be desired. However, when the snow starts coming down these skis shine, popping right up on top, and they love to go big and fast, holding up very well at high speeds with absolutely no chatter or shaking. I recently ran into some natural moguls at the end of a long day at a resort and I was surprised at how quick, light and nimble they felt even though my legs were beat. Even in the thick and lumpy snow I was able to make short and precise turns without any trouble. Skiing switch is a synch because of the bi-directional cut, and in the park (although a lighter and skinnier ski is probably better) they will perform well. These skis can feel real soft and buttery at low speeds but at high speeds they provide great stability. Over all, I have nothing bad to say, highly recommended to anyone who wants a ski that does it all.