K2 Disruption 78Ti Skis with Bindings - Men's - 2021/2022

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Strung up with Dark Matter Damping and Ti I-Beam construction, the K2 Disruption 78Ti skis with bindings bend and arc like nothing you've ever experienced for all-mountain piste performance.

  • Features

    • Dark Matter Damping process sandwiches a polymeric damper between 2 layers of high-modulus carbon, and places it along the ski edges to improve contact on rough and firm snow
    • Ti I-Beam construction includes Titanal® that runs tip to tail along the center of the skis, optimally shaped for stability and precision through the entire turn
    • PowerWall oversize, laminated ABS sidewalls extend into the wood core in the mid-body of the skis, resulting in direct, precise transmission of energy from skier to ski edge
    • Speed Rocker profile features a short, low rise in the tips with camber throughout and flat tails for quick turn initiation, precise steering and max stability on groomed snow
    • Aspen veneer cores are lightweight and resilient
    • Includes Marker MXC 12 TCX bindings with a DIN setting range of 3—11; compatible with alpine (ISO 5355) and GripWalk boots


    If you have questions regarding ski sizing, please visit a sales specialist at your local REI or contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Downhill Skiing

    Ski Terrain


    Tip Width

    123 millimeters

    Waist Width

    78 millimeters

    Tail Width

    109 millimeters

    Sidecut Radius

    170 CM: 16.0 meters

    177 CM: 17.8 meters

    184 CM: 19.0 meters

    Ski Camber

    Tip Rocker

    Tail Type




    Bindings Included


    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Alpine (ISO 5355) and GripWalk

    Lowest DIN


    Highest DIN




    Weight (Pair)

    170 CM: 7 lbs. 11.2 oz.

    177 CM: 8 lbs. 5.1 oz.

    184 CM: 8 lbs. 12.2 oz.

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