Released September, 2010
The Pros:Unmatched control, manages turns easily. Landings are stable and solid. Handles ungroomed snow easily, floats right through it.
The Cons:Beginner skiiers may find the skis catch if they're going too fast and don't control their direction.
The K2 Photon is a men's ski designed for recreational use for the advanced skiier. It features all-terrain rocker technology, triaxial braiding, and torsion box technology.
The Photon features the all-terrain rocker, which has an elevated tip for both variable and soft snow performance, as well as a camber underfoot for power, and holding the edges in firmer snow conditions.
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The Triaxial braiding braids fibreglass around a wood core for torsional rigidity, adding a certian level of control. Torsion box technology allows for there to be differences between K2 models while also maintaining forgiveness, responsiveness, and energy.
This model differs from the K2 Force, which is for beginner skiiers and features a catch-free rocker.
- men's ski
- recreational advanced user
- all-mountain ski
- sizes: 156, 163, 170, 177
- binding options: Marker K2/MX 14.0
- 74mm all-mountain waist width
- all-terrain rocker
- triaxial braiding
- torsion box technology
- men's specific mod structure and monic
User Reviews (5)
unmatched control, manages turns easily
landings are stable and solid
handles ungroomed snow easily, floats right through it
provides a fair amount of forgiveness
all-terrain rocker makes starting a turn easy under any conditions
resists twisting, makes it stable on landings
beginner skiiers may find the skis catch if they're going too fast and don't control their direction
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