Mod TechnologyHigh-Performance Suspension System Mod functions by absorbing vibrations and impact loads along the entire ski, providing stronger edge-hold and a higher degree of power and control. Mod is a secondary core that flexes and moves on top of the primary core, allowing the overall ski flex to be unaffected.
Mod MonicA Focused Mass-DampenerThe Monic is a solid zinc mass that works in conjunction with the Mod structure to focus mass-dampening at a targeted location.
Bioflex CoresAll K2 women’s skis use a combination of fir and spruce in a unique core known as BioFlex, a process where a dense fir core underfoot is fused with lightweight spruce at the tip and tail to reduce swing-weight. For 2012, we have developed three variations of the Bioflex core specifically tuned to a target performance:Bioflex 1 – 60% fir and 40% Spruce – Swing weight reduction with added forgivenessBioflex 2 – 70% fir and 30% Spruce – Reduced swing weight with added performanceBioflex 3 – 80% fir and 20% Spruce – Increased performance, strength, and durability
RoX TechnologyCore: Strength and Structure
A K2 ski is designed with a primary core and structural layers that determines the flex.
A secondary core that essentially acts as a suspension system quieting the ride of the ski but does not affect the overall flex of the ski.
Carbon Web: Increased Edge Hold
A raised X-Shaped carbon support is laid on top of the MOD furthest from the core to increase the torsional rigidity for greater edge hold and grip.
Speed Rocker: Effortless Initiation and Accuracy
Without Rocker, a ski with this much torsional rigidity strength would be nearly impossible to initiate into a turn.
All Terrain RockerROCKER: Easy initiation, versatility, agility
CAMBER: Control, edge hold, rebound
All-Terrain Rocker features an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance, as well as camber underfoot for power, energy, and edge-hold in firmer conditions.
Simply put, All-Terrain Rocker offers versatility and ease in all snow conditions.
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I'm a beginner/intermediate but obviously wanted a ski I would not soon outgrow in terms of skill. Most skis are listed as being intermediate to expert. However, after demo'ing another type of ski by another company, I realized intermediate means different things. Those aforementioned (unnamed)skis made me feel out of control. Speed control has been an issue of mine and those skis made it worse. But these K2 superfree (which are suitable for expert level and so I'll never outgrow them) are doing just the opposite! I never skied better. Speed control is no longer an issue. I had also demo'd another pair from a company I won't name. And they did suit my skill level and so I did ski better in those than I did with the rentals (and certainly better than with the other pair I had demo'd) BUT I was longing for something more spectacular. I got it with the K2 superfree! And the fantastic design of the 50th anniversary edition is just an awesome bonus!
50th Anniversary Superfree LTP
Product DescriptionIt’s a simple idea: allow a diverse group of women to decide the direction of K2’s female-specific products. It’s called the Alliance and is unlike anything else in the industry. From the early beginnings with the first women’s ski, the K2 LTP, the idea to design a women’s specific collection of skis built for women and design by women was born. The 50th Anniversary Superfree is a nod to the the past, present and future of the K2 Alliance.
Binding Options: ER3 10.0 Binding
Performance: Groomed: 50%, Ungroomed: 50%
Construction: Hybritech Sidewall, Triaxial Braided, Bioflex 2 Core