K2 Amp Rictor 82 XTI Ski System with Bindings (Men's)

K2 Amp Rictor 82 XTI Ski System with Bindings (Men's) -
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Style: S1406011

The K2 Amp Rictor 82 XTI Ski System will have you turning other skiers into race gates. Precision and power is the name of the game with the AMP series, and K2 nailed it. A metal laminate provides added stiffness so you can tear down the mountain with stability. All-Terrain RoX technology is a carbon fiber web core that acts as a dampener and adds strength during a turn. Combine that with two lightweight woods in the core and you have a groomer cruising machine. The Amp Rictor has a rockered tip for easy transitions, and a cambered body for great grip.

Specs:

  • Design: Groomers/All-Mountain
  • Ski Dimensions: 127-82-112 mm
  • Turn Radius: 17m (size 177)
  • Camber: Rockered tip/traditional camber body and tail
  • Bindings: MXC 12 bindings included

Features:

  • All-Terrain Rocker profile blends rocker and camber for smooth turns and stable performance
  • Rockered tip for smooth turn transitions
  • Cambered body for stability and edge hold in the carve
  • Deep sidecut design for quick edge to edge transitions
  • Aspen/Paulownia/Metal Laminate combination for weight reduction and stiffness
  • Carbon web core dampens vibrations and increases torsional rigidity
  • All-Terrain RoX MOD secondary core dampens vibrations without compromising the ski's flex
  • Hybritech sidewalls blend sidewall and cap constructions for silky smooth turn transitions

Skis will need to be taken to a local shop for tuning and boot fitting

Questions and Answers

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Q:
"I am 5'9" and 170 lbs. I am an advanced skier that skies primarily in the East coast Mid-atlantic area but takes a trip out West once a year. I like to ski both groomed and non-groomed runs, preferring quick short turns and bumps than just racing straight down the hill. I currently ski 15 year old 180 cm Valants and have not skied a shaped ski. If I got the Rictors, what would be the appropriate size...170 or 177."
1 Answers | Answer Question
Question by Brett on 1/11/2015 - 2:15 pm
A:
"Given the East Coast mush, I think a 177 would be your best bet."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/16/2015 - 4:36 pm
Q:
"I'm 27, 5'6 and ~165-170lbs. I'm on skies since I was 3-4years old, so I would say I´m an advanced level skier. I look to go fast, longer turns. Mostly on groomers but also off-piste. Would say 70% piste, 30% off which depends on the wheater, snow fall. I don´t know if 163cm or the 170cm would fit better? Greetings from Austria!"
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Question by on 3/2/2015 - 3:37 pm
A:
"You're probably fine in the 163."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/2/2015 - 4:19 pm
Q:
"Hi i am 6'1" and 188 lbs I prefer groomed slopes and enjoy speed very much, but I also like big and small carving turns... always on the groomers though. I rarely go off-piste I'm interested in these skis but am a bit unsure about what size to buy as I haven't had skis with this rocker/camber profile. Would you recommend the 177 or 184 cm size?"
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Question by Jim on 3/23/2015 - 7:02 am
A:
"You should be fine with the 177."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/23/2015 - 8:57 am
Q:
"I am 6' tall and weigh 162 lbs. Am an aging expert (now 70…yikes!) Ski exclusively at Alta and Snowbird. Currently on 174s in the K2 lineup. Would the 170 or 177 work better on this new ski?"
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Question by garrisone123 on 8/17/2015 - 12:22 pm
A:
"Based on the information you have provided we would suggest going with a size 177 ski. "
Answer by kacye (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/17/2015 - 1:35 pm
Q:
"What size 82 xti skis. Male 47 6'1" 200lbs strong intermediate to advance skier. Midwest skiing mostly groomed trails. Current skis k2 msl 200cm. Looking for more versatile easier ski. Was leaning towards 184 cm or is the 177 better for me. Thank you"
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Question by Pete on 11/30/2015 - 1:41 am
A:
"Based on the information you have provided. We would recommend going with the size 184's."
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/17/2015 - 11:42 am
Q:
"I am 5 11 and weigh 190lbs. I can ski all blues and greens with an occasional black diamond. I am more of a cautious skier and don't ski too fast. We usually go up to the Carolinas to ski and out west to Colorado. Would this ski be to much for me to handle? I am looking for a ski that I can grow into. Would a 170 or 177 length be appropriate?"
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Question by Joe on 1/26/2016 - 3:00 pm
A:
"With the information you have given us, we think a size 170 ski would be great for you."
Answer by Rachel (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/26/2016 - 3:15 pm

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