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K2 DISRUPTION SC + M3 11 COMPACT Q

Men’s allmountain skis with binding

(104095)

Code: 104095

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Description

K2 DISRUPTION SC + M3 11 COMPACT Q

When the time comes to get special equipment for the slopes, it is the perfect opportunity to buy K2 DISRUPTIONS with M3 11 COMPACT Q binding. Dark Matter Dampening on the edges and carbon reinforcements SC make for stable and perfect to manoeuvre skis for smooth turns. K2 Speed Rocker camber is constructed for high precision and agility on hard surface. Lightly lifted tip in a prolonged length allows easy manoeuvrability and perfect edge transfer, while the rest of the camber brings precision, power, and edge grip at high speed and aggressive ride.

  • precision and agility on hard surface
  • stable and perfect to manoeuvre skis
  • wooden core
  • high speed

Specifications

Product code 104095
Supplier code 104095
Terrain maintained or unmaintained slope
Skill level advanced
Speed high
Construction Dark Matter Damping, Carbon I-Beam, PowerWall
Core Aspen Veneer
Radius (length) 12.0 m (156 cm)
Bindings Marker M3 11 Compact Quikclik
Bindings plate integrated
Sidecut 126-73-108 mm
Technology SPEED ROCKER, TITANAL BEAM TECHNOLOGY

Used Technologies

SPEED ROCKER

The SPEED ROCKER is designed for high performance and agility on hard snow. Its slightly raised tip and longer length provide easy leading maneuverability and good transition from one edge to the ...

TITANAL BEAM TECHNOLOGY

TITANAL BEAM TECHNOLOGY offers accuracy and stability while maintaining manoeuvrability and control in turns. The titanal Y-beam on top of the core improves torsional rigidity and maintains the skis ...

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How to Choose the Right Skis

Level

  • Beginners – softer skis (composite core)
  • Advanced – harder skis (wood core, possible reinforcement – titanium, carbon)

 

Ski Length (from 5 cm to 15 cm shorter than skier’s height, depending on the skiing style and level)

  • Shorter skis – beginners – 15 cm shorter (easier to control, less stable in higher speed)
  • Longer skis - advanced – 5 cm shorter (more difficult to control, more stable in higher speeds)