One-Liner: A snappy and nimble freeride ski
Harnessing the same Spectral Braid technology featured in some of its wider brethren, the Mindbender 90C offers precise torsional rigidity with a high-energy vibe.
Ideal for lighter skiers or those who don't need the stability and stiffness of a metal laminate ski, the Mindbender 90C's Aspen Veneer core and All-Terrain Rocker profile will deliver a fun, lively ride anywhere on the hill.
- Dimensions: 127 - 90 - 113
- Rocker: All-Terrain Rocker
- Edge Bevel: 1.2 x 2.0
- Drill Spec: 3.6 x 9.5
- Core: Aspen Veneer
- Tech Features 1: Spectral Braid
- Tech Features 2: Carbon Boost
- Tech Features 3: Slantwall
Skis with an All-Terrain rocker have a gradual rise to the tip for great versatility in all conditions, with a short, low rise in the tail for added control variable snow.
Lightweight and resilient, great all-around material.
An extension of K2's Torsion Control Design, Spectral Braid is a first of its kind variable angle reinforcement (Patent Pending) that allows for precision-tuned torsion and flex by altering the fiber orientation along the length of the ski. Lively, energetic, and remarkably composed; Mindbender skis with K2's Spectral Braid have stability and control in spades while remaining hyper-maneuverable.
Adding a 30° angle to the sidewall in K2's Hybritech construction, SlantWall increases a ski's agility and responsiveness while maintaining accuracy and power.
CARBON BOOST BRAID:
Longitudinal carbon stringers woven into the K2's patented Triaxial Braid for added pop and rebound found on freeride and factory team skis.
|Skier Weight||Skier Height||Ski Length|
|lbs/kg||ft/In||Expert (cm)||Intermediate (cm)|
|100+ / 45+||4'6"+||134+||124+|
|110+ / 50+||4'9"+||146+||136+|
|120+ / 55+||5'0"+||159+||149+|
|130+ / 59+||5'3"+||166+||156+|
|140+ / 63+||5'6"+||170+||160+|
|150+ / 68+||5'9"+||177+||167+|
|170+ / 77+||6'0"+||184+||174+|
|190+ / 86+||6'2"+||191+||181+|
Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?
With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.
Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.