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Surfs, carves, butters and stomps; K2's Shreditor is the one ski quiver that will handle any conditions that you encounter. Finding a ski that "does it all" is not an easy task. The K2 Shreditor 112 brings freeride symmetry whether you are railing hardpack or dropping pillow lines. A versatile rocker, camber, rocker profile and tapered tip/tail combination provide an arsenal of different turning tools that allow the rider to expertly pivot or carve GS turns. The rockered tip will blast through hard choppy snow, and the camber underfoot gives precise edge control. Utilizing K2's patented Triaxial braided fiberglass gives the ski a playful flex while keeping a stout torsional rigidity for edge to edge skiing. One ski; One mission: to allow the rider to ski absolutely all conditions with style, purpose and fun. The Shreditor 112 incorporates a mixed core made from fir and aspen. K2 uses state of the art Triaxial braided fiber glass, this method interlocks strands of fiberglass around the core which gives the ski playful pop and flex while keeping torsional stiffness. The Twintech sidewall construction adds durability by creating a rounded edge where the top sheet meets the sidewall, drastically decreasing damage from ski to ski contact. If you want one ski to "do it all," the Shreditor should be on your short list. Radius: 20m @ 179 Construction: Triaxial Braid, TwinTech Sidewall, Fir/Aspen Core Binding Options; Flat Features: Powder Tip, Skin Grommets, Tapered Tip and Tail, Swap Base
For a big guy, the K2 Shreditor 112 Ski is nimble. This fun and maneuverable powder ski loves the deep stuff, which you'll notice from the ample 112mm waist, but with the right amount of camber underneath it certainly won't shy away from hardpack or chopped-up snow either. So stick to the powder and trees as much as possible, but once it's all gone, don't worry about having to switch over to that less-than-desirable snow; with this ski, it's call comin' up roses. K2's all-terrain rocker gives this ski plenty of versatility, as well as just making it really fun to ski. The fir and aspen core gives it plenty of dampening to be able to punch through mank and crud, and the TwinTech sidewall makes for a high amount of durability that won't leave you looking at a busted edge just from grazing a rock.