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K2 POACHER JR + FDT 4.5

Kids’ freestyle skis with binding

(104103)

Code: 104103

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K2 POACHER JR + FDT 4.5

Kids’ freestyle skis K2 POACHER JR with FDT 4.5 binding are hardly recognisable from the adult version and provide sufficient stability and manoeuvrability to all skiers dreaming of Dew Tour. Thanks to their Aspen Core and durable cap construction these skis will last long enough for them to realise their dreams.

  • Aspen Core
  • they offer sufficient stability and manoeuvrability
  • rocker: All Terrain Rocker

Specifications

Product code 104103
Supplier code 104103
Terrain unmaintained slope, freestyle
Skill level pre-intermediate
Speed medium
Construction Full Wood Core, Full Height Twin Tip
Core Aspen
Radius (length) 9.5 m (129 cm)
Bindings Marker FDT 4.5
Bindings plate integrated
Technology ALL TERRAIN Rocker, ASPEN CORE

Used Technologies

ALL TERRAIN Rocker

The ALL TERRAIN Rocker is characterised for its reliability, control and ease of handling. Equipped with raised tips for stable performance on soft snow and edge grip on hard snow, the ALL TERRAIN ...

ASPEN CORE

ASPEN CORE is a lightweight, hard wearing, and versatile material.  

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Mounting the Bindings

If you buy skis from our web-shop, they will be sent to you without mounted bindings. Bindings will be separate, to not get damaged in delivery. You have a possibility to get them mounted in the shop FOR FREE! You just need to visit one of out stores and show the proof of payment. Take at least one ski boot with you.

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)