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Shreditor 102

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All-Terrain Rocker All-Terrain Rocker

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Description & Specs

Developed to keep the stoke level high for freeride-focused skiers seeking a playful one-ski quiver, the Shreditor 102 will fulfill your demands for a well-rounded, all mountain joyride, ready to shred any terrain or condition, in or out of bounds.

  • Sizes: 169, 179, 189
  • Binding Options: no binding
  • Radius: 19m @ 179
  • Construction: Triaxial Braid, TwinTech Sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia Core
  • Features: Bi-Directional Sidecut, Powder Tip, ZCLIP Skin Compatible, Skin Grommets, Swap Base

Technology

Triaxial-braid
The patented Triaxial Braiding machine interlocks strands of fiberglass around a milled core, resulting in great torsional strength while retaining the lively flex patterns inherent in a wood core ski.
Wood-core
K2 uses a variety of wood cores for energy, rebound, and a liveliness only found in wood core skis. Our wood cores consist of a blend of different species of wood based on the desired flex and target performance of the ski.
Bi-directional-taper
The tip is still wider but closer in width to the tail. This allows the ski to perform exceptionally well while skiing in the forward direction but the taper enables the skier to have similar switch arc for better and more consistent switch riding.
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ROCKER: 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.
All-Terrain Profile
Twintech-sidewall
Twin Tip specific construction increases the durability of K2 sidewall skis. A traditional sidewall construction produces a 90-degree angle where the top material and sidewall meet. The TwinTech construction rolls the top material into the sidewall, reducing the angle that is prone to abuse, minimizing ski-to-ski impact damage.
Swap-base
The bases of these skis can come in two different color ways, depending of how the colors are swapped on the base. This gives two looks to the same ski, and ensures you are not rocking the exact same pair as your buddy who just picked up the same pair of skis.
Skin-grommets
The new freeride tip and tail grommets are a clean, simple design that no longer requires a plug. The durable rubber coating disguises a slit designed to accommodate both the Z clip for our skin attachments, and the components to build a rescue sled.
Powder-tip
Designed to be more predictable in soft snow conditions, these tips are designed to strike the perfect balance of maximizing float while reducing tip deflection. These tips are designed with a gentle arc and transition into the sidecut of the ski.

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K2 SkisShreditor 102
 
5.0

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good carving ability (3)
  • Good grip (3)
  • Smooth ride (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Downhill (3)
    • Groomed terrain (3)
    • Moguls (3)
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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Delicious

    By Person the Skier

    from Edmonton, Alberta

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Good Carving Ability
    • Good Grip
    • Kick-butt Rooster Tails
    • Lacerates The Corduroy
    • Lightweight
    • Playful
    • Slays The Fresh Stuff
    • Smooth Ride

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Downhill
      • Fresh Snow
      • Groomed Terrain
      • Moguls

      Comments about K2 Skis Shreditor 102:

      Groomed: The local municipal groomers are no match for the Shreditor 102. I was so surprised at how well a ski like this could rip the corduroy and hold an edge on the harder terrain.

      Powder: Although I wouldn't recommend this ski for the bottomless Alaskan blower pow, when there's a fresh dump of a decent amount at your favourite mountain resort, do not hesitate to grab them from the rack. The extremely generous early rise lifts the ski right up out of the snow and allows you to enjoy the face shots.

      Crud/Chunder: When the fresh snow is tracked out and everyone else is taking it slow, the Shreditor allows you to fly through the Gnar. I didn't think a ski could tame the crud so well.

      Jib: I am not a park guy whatsoever, but a thrive on the natural hits and jibs that the mountain has to offer. The skis are so playful. The flex on the skis is beautiful for throwing yourself off jumps and just having a blast all over the mountain.

      This ski is awesome.

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      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Absolutely tremendous!

      By Garrett

      from Colorado

      About Me Expert

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Good Carving Ability
      • Good Grip
      • Great Flotation
      • Lightweight
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

      • Scratches Easily

      Best Uses

      • Downhill
      • Groomed Terrain
      • Moguls
      • Powder Skiing

      Comments about K2 Skis Shreditor 102:

      If you are serious thinking about getting these skis, read on down!

      Lets start with the "bad" things. With all fatter skis you do need to pick up some speed to have a good edge. But I'm not saying extremely fast or anything; just some speed. Also the skis should be waxed before you are on the slopes. On slight downhill slopes you can feel yourself slowing down. Also, they do scratch a little bit easier than other skis.

      Good stuff!

      Weight- These skis are super light. Now, some people think that with lighter skis the ride isn't as smooth and the skis are "chattery'. Generally they're right. Not in this case. These skis being very light do not have a rough ride at all. It is super smooth and the feed back is superb. Also because these skis are so light, when you hit jumps, you fly.

      Groomers- They are immaculate. Once you pick up speed, they just dig in and go. I actually dug in a little too hard for the speed I was travelling and fell down because I didn't have enough momentum when I first hit a groomer. They also release out of turns and mid-turn very well and and are ready for the next turn with ease.

      Powder- These are not full blown powder skis but the do extremely well in powder. They have a late rise which is great. They float very well, turns nicely, and they don't get hung up. 'Nuff said.

      Playfulness- Super super super super playful ski, but not to the point that you can't charge with it. You can charge extremely hard. These skis have a very "surfy" feel and encourages you to play around and try new things (which I personally like). If you want a ski that does everything you want exactly and does not push you to be a better skier, these are not for you.

      Moguls- Excellent. Turns nicely and it doesn't want to go in a different direction. I was very surprised that a 100+ millimeter wasted ski could fly down moguls! If you are a mogul guy (who isn't :) )you will not be disappointed.

      Conclusion:
      If you want a ski that will blow you away in the back country and in the resort, is super playful but can still charge, and push you to be a better skier....look no further.

      If anyone is wondering, I am using Salomon STH 12 over-sized bindings (115mm) and they are great. My boots are Salomon Impact 120CS's and again, they are superb.

      **Note: These are twin tips. If you want the same contact length on the snow like your non-twin tips, I recommend getting the next size up. I was a 170 length so I got the 169's. I ended up trading them for 179's because the contact on the snow was not as long as I wanted but also the 169's are tiny for some reason. If you are about 6'01" I recommend the 179's.

      Thanks! I hoped I helped in your decision process. Happy skiing!

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      (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A Western skiers dream ski!

      By Steamboat David

      from Steamboat, CO.

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      Pros

      • Durable
      • Good Carving Ability
      • Good Grip
      • Great Flotation
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Downhill
        • Groomed Terrain
        • Moguls
        • Powder Skiing

        Comments about K2 Skis Shreditor 102:

        I live in Steamboat and work for competition services on the mountain. This is my go to ski for powder days, day after powder days, and all great western snow! This ski rocks in powder and skied out push piles...It is turny and nicely balanced with limosine smooth turns at most any sane speed! I love the versatility and smooth easy feel...I have never had more fun on 100+ waisted ski!It flys through mixed conditions like a hot knife through butter...amazing ski!

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