K2 Mindbender 90Ti Skis - Men's - 2021/2022

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When soft snow is in short supply, turn to the men's K2 Mindbender 90Ti skis. They have narrower waists for precise edge hold on hardpack, but are still wide enough for forays into the ungroomed.

  • Features

    • Built with the same Titanal® Y-Beam construction and All-Terrain Rocker as other metal-reinforced Mindbender skis, the 90Ti stands apart thanks to a narrower waist width
    • Ti Y-Beam construction features precision-cut Titanal in a Y-shape that alters torsional stiffness while maintaining a balanced flex pattern
    • Ti Y-Beam delivers precision in the forebody of the skis, power underfoot and stability in the tail, while maintaining maneuverability and drift control
    • 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
    • All-Terrain rocker profile features a gradual rise in the tips for great versatility in all conditions, with a short, low rise in the tails for added control in variable snow
    • Maple/aspen wood cores are stable and powerful


    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

    Groomed and powder

    Tip Width

    127 millimeters

    Waist Width

    90 millimeters

    Tail Width

    114 millimeters

    Sidecut Radius

    177 CM: 17.9 meters

    184 CM: 19.6 meters

    Ski Camber

    Tip and Tail Rocker

    Tail Type

    Partial Twin



    Bindings Included


    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Bindings Not Included



    Weight (Pair)

    177 CM: 8 lbs. 7.7 oz.

    184 CM: 9 lbs. 0.8 oz.


    Contains recycled materials

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