K2 Photon Ski System with Bindings

K2 Photon Ski System with Bindings -

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    Style: S10018

    The K2 Photon Ski System is an everyday recreational platform for skiers who value affordable performance. This mid-fat ski has a lively All-Terrain Rocker to elevate the tips for easier turn initiation and better handling in soft snow with camber underfoot for improved edge grip on hardpack. The Photon provides a smooth ride on variable terrain conditions thanks to the MOD Technology designed to suspension vibrations for K2's all-mountain skis. MOD Monic provides targeted zinc dampening designed specifically for men who tend to have a higher center of gravity. The forgiveness and control of the mid-fat Photon is enhanced by the highly responsive Marker K2/M2 Bindings. This recreational plate binding system has Integrated Hub Technology that transfers power directly to the edges of the ski for a controlled ride.


    • Ski Dimensions: 118 / 74 / 103
    • Turn Radius: 15m at 170cm
    • Performance Design: 70% Groomed / 30% Ungroomed
    • Camber: All-Terrain 70% traditional camber / 30% Rocker blend


    • Torsion Box Cap Construction is lively and lightweight, yet durable
    • Triaxial Braiding around the core for snappy torsional strength
    • Strong and lively wood core of Fir and Aspen
    • MOD Technology dampens the ski yet retains natural flex
    • MOD Monic is X-shaped for men-specific dampening
    • Comes with Marker K2/M2 10 Bindings
    • Floating Two-Linkage Toe and Fixed Compact Heel generate power
    • Binding hub is integrated in the ski's core for direct power transmission

    Questions and Answers

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    "How do I determine what length to order.I am 5'9" 160lbs and a good skier"
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    Question by on 3/13/2011 - 5:46 pm
    "By weight and height your perfect size should be 172 for an all mountain terrain. If you select a ski with a reverse camber or also known as early rise you should size up to compensate for the tip and tail area that is raised. If you hace a regular camber and want to go to the moguls you should size down so you can maneuver the ski with ease."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/16/2011 - 12:10 pm
    "What's the difference between the K2 Photon and the K2 AMP Photon ski?"
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    Question by Bruce on 9/15/2011 - 6:16 pm
    "There is no diff. The AMP is this years model which is why it is more money. This model was discounted to make room for the AMP. This is a great all terrain ski!! "
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/16/2011 - 9:50 am
    "If I am 5'6" 175lbs what size ski should I use?"
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    Question by mark v on 10/31/2011 - 12:18 am
    "By weight and height your perfect size should be 168 for an all mountain terrain. If you ski mostly on powder then you should size up, if you will be hitting the park most of the time you should size down."
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/31/2011 - 11:37 am

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