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K2 Reckoner 92 W Quikclik

K2 Reckoner 92 W Quikclik
$499.95
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When it's time to click into your first pair of twin tips, The Reckoner 92's will make all your wildest dreams come true. From the park to the trees, to the afternoon chop, these playful boards and their versatile All-Terrain Twin Rocker profile will have you wondering why you waited so long to jump on the twin-tip train.

Our patented Triaxial Braid technology interlocks fiberglass around milled wood for pronounced torsional strength, while retaining superior flexibility. These 92's and are also available in shorter lengths.

SIZE:
- 149, 159, 169, 179

DIMENSIONS:
- 124-92-114

PRODUCT WEIGHT(G):
- 1,647 @ 169

BEST FOR:
- All Mountain
- Freeride

ALL-TERRAIN TWIN ROCKER™:
- All-Terrain Twin Rocker is a gradual, extended rise at the tip and tail for added versatility and control in all conditions with twin tip skis.

ASPEN MICRO BLOCK CORE:
- Lightweight and resilient. Great all-around core material.

HYBRITECH™ SKI CONSTRUCTION:
- Blending a sidewall construction underfoot with a cap construction in the extremities. The sidewall section gives the ski accuracy, power, and edge grip wile the capped region reduces the swing weight and increases overall durability.

TRIAXIAL BRAIDED:
- K2-patented process that interlocks strands of fiberglass around a milled core for pronounced torsional strength while retaining the flex patterns inherent in a wood ski.

BINDINGS NOT INSTALLED:
- K2 does not mount bindings prior to shipment. They must be properly set for each individual rider based on their size, ability level, and equipment. All bindings must be mounted, adjusted, and tested by an authorized retailer prior to use.


 Skier WeightSkier HeightSki 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.

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