K2 Amp Rictor Ski System with Bindings (Men's)
The K2 Amp Rictor Ski System offers an aggressive ride, reinforced with the power of titanial. Titanial offers increased stiffness so when you get the ski into a fast carve it doesn't wash out. Combine that with a rockered tip and you get an incredibly nimble and precise ski. MOD Technology provides the K2 Rictor with solid edge hold, and MOD Monic dampens vibration for a smooth ride.
- Design: All-Mountain
- Dimensions: 127-80-109
- Camber: All-Terrain rockered tip/ Traditional camber blend
- Turn Radius: 16m (size 174)
- Skill Level: Advanced
- Bindings: MX 12 bindings included
- Metal titanial laminate for increased torsional stiffness
- Hybritech sidewall blends edgehold with flexibility
- Light and responsive core blended from Aspen and Paulownia
- Carbon Web reinforcement for strength and power
- MOD Technology provides stable edgehold
- MOD Monic dampens vibration for a smooth ride
- 30% rocker/ 70% camber for agile turn initiation and float
- Progressive sidecut for good performance on hardpack
Questions and Answers
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"Hello, I am 5'9'' tall and weigh 190 lbs. Should I get the 167 or 174? Thanks"
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Question by Andy on 10/30/2012 - 11:19 am
"It all depends on your skill set. If you are a beginner or your are a very relaxed skier, get the 167. If you are intermediate skilled skier and a little bit more aggressive, then the 174 size will work better."
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/30/2012 - 11:50 am
"As a past ski instructor, and racer I am looking to buy new skis. I bought a new pair about two years ago, and hadn't kept up on my equipment knowledge and was duped into buying a pair of Nordica's (at best-intermediate skis). At higher speeds they loose an edge set, and get squirrely when trying to stay on a turn? Would you recommend any particular brand or style? I'm thinking something in 180's? I used to have 2 meters prior to the Nordicas. "
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Question by Sgtbilly on 1/6/2013 - 7:13 pm
"The K2's are kinda soft for my opinion. I would recommend the Nordica Steadfast Skis, the Rossignol Pursuit HP Titainium Ski System with Bindings , or the Volkl RTM 84 Ski System with Bindings. They are stiffer and a more of a perfect match to what you want to accomplish. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/8/2013 - 4:21 pm
"I'm not sure which ski best fit my needs? I'm an intermediate skier and mostly ski greens and blues carving turns but not overly aggressive. I demo'd the K2 impact which I liked but I'm also interested in the Rictor as well as the Volki Mantra. I'm 5"8" and 170 and I'm thinking the 167 or 174?"
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Question by Scott on 1/13/2013 - 8:57 am
"This ski doesn't seem like it'd be ideal for you. It is very fast and more for an advanced rider. The K2 Impact Ski System seems like it is more your style. The Mantra is also really different from the Impact. It has a much wider waist so it'd be good for deep snow, but not as maneuverable. I'd go with the Impact. The size will depend on where you like to ski most. Groomers would be a 160, All-mountain would be a 170. If like to do a little of both, go for the 167. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/13/2013 - 2:38 pm
"Thinking the Rictors might be the ski for me but open to suggestions. Haven't skied in past 4 years and getting back into it. 66 years old, 6'3", 195lb, ski blues and blacks, fairly aggressive intermediate hoping to move toward advanced. Ski with experts and keep up fine. Currently on old K2 ModX 188cm which are OK but need to move up to new gen skis. If Rictors, should I go for 181s or shorter? Thanks!"
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Question by CarlNH on 1/20/2013 - 8:45 am
"These are a great ski! I would suggest a size 181-188 for you."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/21/2013 - 1:45 pm
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