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Designed for women who winter tour and love the soft snow, K2 Miss Baker skis provide consistent predictability thanks to a progressive side cut and long tip, plus the dampness, smoothness and stability that comes from two sheets of metal in the construction.
- Mountain Gear
Note We do not ship K2 gear outside of the United States.Description of K2 Miss Baker Alpine Touring Skis - WomensK2s womens team was tired of having to ski on the mens skis for AT, so they developed the Miss Baker for winter touring and softer snow. They liked the consistent predictability of the progressive sidecut and longer less reactive tip. Two sheets of metal provide dampness, smoothness, and stability unmatched in womens skis. Like all our womens skis, it features the Bioflex core for dampness under foot and a lighter swing weight for increased agility.FeaturesDimensions 121-88-108Performance 40 hard snow, 60 soft snowConstruction Triaxial braided, Metal Laminate Bioflex coreCore naProgressive sidecutMod technologyTip and tail holesSkin clip arcPowder tip
- US Outdoor Store
CLOSEOUTS . Offering a progressive sidecut with a moderately wide waist, K2’s Miss Baker alpine touring skis float in the pow and still carves well when venturing onto the groomers. Bioflex core for a stable ride and outstanding response on all types of terrain. Women-specific design Notched tail for ski skin compatibility Sidecut dimensions: 120/88/108mm Turn radius: 20m Core: Wood with fiberglass cap Edge: Steel Weight: 7 lb. pr. (based on 167) CLOSEOUTS . China. Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide
- Sierra Trading Post
The K2 women's team got tired of hoofing mens skis around in the backcountry, so the gals developed the Womens Miss Baker Alpine Touring Ski. This women's-specific backcountry ski has 88mm underfoot for smooth float in the great white. A progressive sidecut and less reactive tip make the Miss Baker AT Ski super predictable on technical, steep descents. Two sheets of metal laminate and a separate elastomeric core at key points along the ski provide a smooth, damp ride when you point the run-out. The Bioflex core uses fir under your foot for a solid, stable ride and lighter, mellow-flexing spruce near the ends to decrease swing weight and make the ski more agile. A notch in the tail of the ski allows for a solid connection with your skins.