Set your skiing on fire with the K2 SuperBurnin skis with bindings. Metal laminate construction and slightly rockered tips ensure flawless transitions as you blaze down the slopes.
K2 SuperBurnin skis with bindings really excel when you're sticking just to the groomers, and if you find yourself going off-piste, they won't disappoint
Bioflex3 core combines aspen, paulownia and bamboo woods for a ski that delivers high performance and excellent durability
Metal laminate construction uses alternating layers of fiberglass and Titanal above and below the wood core to create a stiff flex profile
Sidewalls increase power underfoot, and cap construction in the tips and tails offers forgiving flex
Women-specific, shock-absorbent secondary core works as a high-performance damping system, and a precisely placed zinc insert helps further reduce unwanted vibrations
Slightly rockered tips with long, traditional camber underfoot promote effortless speed and agility on firm snow
Forward-shifted sidecut accommodates women's lower center of mass, easing turn initiation
Marker ERS 11.0 TC integrated bindings provide incredible control and snow feel
Lighter than all previous women's K2 skis by 10 - 15%, the K2 SuperBurnin skis feature thinner steel edges, reduced tails and lighter weight bindings
Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo
Bindings feature DIN 3 - 11 release settings
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.
Comments about K2 SuperBurnin Skis with Bindings - Women's - 2011/2012:
I tested these skis at Northstar on hard-packed, icy slopes. They felt unstable with wobble in the front at speed. Hard to get an edge and not particularly easy to turn. As a comparison, a similar ski by Rossignol is the Attraxion and, to me, it was significantly better. The Attraxion 8 Echo was incredibly easy to turn and held an edge on ice.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend