The K2 Revival skis with Marker Griffon Schizo 12 bindings rip through any terrain going forward and handle the toughest landings backward.
If you love to ski on and off piste, and you occasionally let it rip in the park, these skis were made for you
Fir and aspen core is inherently strong and durable, and it produces a smooth, natural flex
Torsion Box design utilizes a triaxial-braided wood core to create a high degree of responsiveness, forgiveness and energy transfer
Triaxial braiding wraps an interlocking fiberglass weave around the wood core, providing torsional stiffness, responsive turning and high sensitivity
2/15 jib rocker offers an elevated tip and tail that makes it easy to do surface tricks; plus, it offers increased pop for nose and tail presses
Bidirectional taper features a tip that is just slightly wider than the tail, allowing better backward performance than a ski with standard taper
Modified sidewall construction increases durability and creates a direct transfer to edges of ski
Hybrid ABS/urethane sidewall construction uses a soft durometer urethane underfoot to absorb shock during hard landings
Tip and tail rivets help the skis withstand abuse in the park
K2 recommends using the Revival skis for 40% powder and 60% park skiing
The Marker Griffon Schizo 12 bindings improve freestyle performance by offering an adjustable interface to cater to the type of skiing you choose
Whole binding moves 3cm forward or 3cm back using a simple screw adjustment on the toe piece
Are you spending time in the park or riding switch? Position the binding in the forward position to maximize the skis' responsiveness
Or is the rest on the mountain calling your name with its fresh snowfall? Position the binding in the rear position and enjoy a backseat ride
Composite toe and heel cups keep binding weight to a minimum; wide footprint provides excellent performance on fat skis
Cross-axis toe spring and compact mounting pattern create a short binding that enables fluid spins and twists
Triple Pivot Elite toe absorbs high levels of energy to prevent prerelease
Lightweight Inter-Pivot heel focuses power in the direction of the boot sole and offers superior holding power and energy transfer
Excellent boot-to-binding contact delivers direct power transmission to the ski
Stainless-steel anti-friction device allows essential lateral boot movement despite the condition of dirty or worn soles or negative sliding friction
Marker Griffon Schizo 12 bindings DIN range is 4 to 12
Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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