K2 Mt. Baker

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Named for our favorite Cascadian vortex, the K2 Mt. Baker skis are built for burly AT boots and aggressive skiing. They provide uncompromised downhill performance in all conditions, and directional stability thanks to their weight, construction and side cut.

- Mountain Gear

Built to tackle the unpredictable conditions and challenging lines of its Cascade Range namesake, the K2 Mt. Baker is the Alpine Touring Ski of backcountry legends. Lighter than an alpine ski, but certainly no flyweight, the Baker's appeal lies in its terrain-conquering downhill versatility. An 88mm waist and 121mm tip provide no-hook float in soft snow, but the twin Titanal sheets in the core also let you bust crud with authority. You can crank down the burliest four-buckle touring boots and take your favorite bowls on like a gate-basher, then tackle a sketchy, no-fall zone thanks to the Mt. Baker's smooth, predictable progressive sidecut. It's that go-anywhere, ski-anything capability that places the Mt. Baker in a class all its own, and it's the reason Andrew McLean straps a pair on his pack. *Available for US shipment only.

- Backcountry.com

K2 Mt. Baker

Discontinued

The Mt. Baker has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$311.99 - $549.95

The K2 Mt. Baker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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