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K2 Marksman Ski 2017

SKU: S1603017
K2 Marksman Ski  2017

Description: K2 Marksman Ski 2017

The newest creation from pro skier Pep Fujas, the new K2 Marksman Ski is a brand new design featuring an asymmetrical tip and tail. This maintains a long effective edge for better stability while the oversized taper on the outside makes for effortless and predictable handling in deep snow.

Features of the K2 Marksman Ski 2017

  • Core Material: Double Barrel Fir-Aspen Core
  • Dimensions: 132 / 106 / 126
  • Radius by Length: 20m @ 184
  • Rocker: All-Terrain Rocker
  • Sidewalls: Twintech Sidewalls
  • Tip: Asymm Tip & Tail
  • Triaxial Braided
K2 Marksman Ski Colors Available:
Was: $799.95
Now: $419.97


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Equal parts charging and goofing.
Job Position: Ski Sales

Stats: Age: 41, Height: 5'7.5" , Weight: 142

Years Skiing: 31

Favorite Spots: Mt. Hood, Crystal Mountain

Background: Tim grew up in Portland and started skiing at the Powderhound Ski School at Mt. Hood at age 10. He moved to Bend after high school and got into freestyle and park skiing at Mt. Bachelor, and backcountry skiing in the surrounding area. Eventually Tim moved back to Portland and started splitting ski time between the more big-mountain technical terrain around Crystal Mountain and the playful terrain at Mt. Hood. Tim has been part of the US Outdoor Store family since 1998 working in the ski and snowboard service and repair, ski, boot & binding sales, and camping & climbing departments.
Since it was absorbing both the Shreditor 102 and 112, and gaining a heavy asymmetrical cut to the tip and tail, the Marksman was definitely on my radar as a ski I had to try. I'm a big fan of both the Line Sir Francis Bacon and the Armada ARV 106, but I'm also an old school K2 guy, so I'm happy to report that the Marksman hangs right in with its competitors. It's quick and lightweight feeling, while still being able to handle speed, crud, and pretty much any terrain with exception of maybe the hardest charging or groomer trenching, but if you're shopping in this category that's probably just fine. I can't say for certain that I can attribute any specific behavior of the ski to the asymmetrical shape in the conditions I skied, but I certainly didn't feel any negative effects, and although I thought it would bother me, I forgot all about it once I started down the hill. Totally fun and capable ski, and the graphics are pretty sweet too.
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Steeps and deeps, trees and park.
Job Position: Ski Sales

Stats: age 27, height: 6", weight: 185lbs

Years Skiing: 15

Favorite Spots: Heather Canyon and Private Reserve

Background: Dan grew up on the "ice coast" (east coast) in Rochester, NY. He started skiing at the age of 5. Having conquered the local "mountains" (really big hills) he switched over to snowboarding around the age of 14. By the time he got into collage he had snowboarding mastered so he made a return to skiing. After college he came to his senses and moved out west where the real mountains are and now resides in Portland Oregon. Back east Dan spent a lot of time in the park and ripping down groomers. Now you can find him blasting up the rest of the mountain, especially on pow days. Dan has only worked for US Outdoor for one year but has been working in the ski industry for 5 years. In the off season Dan likes to spend his time off camping, hiking, and backpacking.
I had so much fun on this ski. I was up at Mount Hood Meadows and the snow was really coming down. The marksman was effortless to cut, slash, and butter and basically maneuver wherever I wanted to go on the mountain. The asymmetrical side cut gave this ski a real turny feel to it and it handled surprisingly well when I turned it up a bit and let loose. Awesome performance in between the trees and really easy to go edge to edge when riding on steeper terrain or through the bumps. Definitely recommend this ski to anyone who wants to make the whole mountain their playground.
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