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K2 Wayback 96 21/22

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As low as €389.97 Regular Price €599.95
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How to choose the right ski length

First of all there is no golden rule to determine the correct ski length. It depends on your skiing abilities, weigth, length and type of ski. But as a rule of thumb we provide the table below which is a good starting point to find your correct length
Example: If you start getting in to freeriding, take a ski which is approximately 5 cm shorter then your own length.

Type Ski

Beginner

Advanced

Expert

Race

-10 / -15

-5 / -10

0 / -5

Piste

-10 / -15

-5 / -10

0 / -5

Piste / All-Mountain

-5 / -10

0 / -5

0 / +5

All-Mountain / Freeride

-5

0

0 / +5

Freeride

-5

0

0 / +10

Powder

-5

0

0 / +10

Tour

-5 / -10

0 / -5

0 / +5

Freestyle

0 / -15

0 / -10

0 / -5

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Quick overview

It’s long been thought that building a lightweight ski meant sacrificing downhill performance. The Wayback 96 is here to shatter that stereotype. K2 sandwiched a metal laminate layer in between reinforced top and bottom fiberglass to create the most versatile touring ski in the industry today. The topsheet of the ski is designed to shed snow to keep the haul light and quick on the ascent. The sintered base of the ski is ultra fast. And tip and tail grommets pair perfectly with K2’s pre-cut climbing skins for super quick transitions.

Details

Rocker Camber Small Rise

Skis with a rocker in the tip, camber in the middle and a small rise in the tail are very versatile. The ski is easy to turn, and the camber under the foot gives the ski grip on harder snow. The tail is slightly raised, but it is not a like full rocker. This makes for a balanced combination of easy turning and carving, without compromising on stability.

Titanal Touring Core

A lightweight core specifically for touring skis. The core of lightweight Paulownia wood is reinforced with Titanal and Carbon. The Ti Spyne improves damping, stability and binding retention. The Carbon Overdrive strengthens the ski, but keeps it light and responsive.

Sidewall construction
A PU layer that seals the layered ski construction on the side and adds strength. Skis with a sidewall construction are generally more stable at speed, livelier and more durable.