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

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

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Style: S11007

The All-Terrain Rocker on the K2 Rictor Ski System makes these men's skis versatile enough to handle all sorts of conditions. If you get precious little time in the mountains and you want to be sure that you take the right ski out every time, the K2 Rictor is a solid choice. At 80 underfoot the Rictor is agile but not strictly frontside, and with blended camber and rocker you get good strong edgehold at the high speeds this ski was designed for, and easily navigated turns.


  • Design: All-Mountain for versatility
  • Ski Dimensions: 127-80-109
  • Camber: All-Terrain Rocker reverse camber/ traditional camber blend
  • Binding: MX 12 binding included
  • Turn Radius: 16m (size 174)


  • All Terrain Rocker blends camber and rocker for easy turning and good edgehold
  • Metal Laminate construction for torsional rigidity
  • Mod technology flexes independent of the core to dampen vibration
  • Lively Aspen/Paulownia wood core
  • Durable Hybritech Sidewalls
  • Progressive sidecut for good turn initiation and exit
  • Mod Monic dampening technology reduced chatter
  • Fun, advanced level ski

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"I'm nearly 6'4 and 220 lbs - advanced skier but broke my knee couple of years ago so don't go as fast or hard as I used to. Hear the Rictors "ski short" and trying to decide between the 174s or 181s. I ski mostly groomed runs but would like to venture into off piste more and have good cofidence of control in bumps, chopped up bumps on days with new snow. Any advice?"
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Question by Kurt on 11/19/2011 - 5:21 pm
"For an advanced skier I would definitely recommend the 181. To be really careful with your knee, I can recommend some really awesome bindings that will really help the any re-injury. Check them out: http://www.peterglenn.com/product/kneebinding-5-12-ski-binding "
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/21/2011 - 12:54 pm
"Love my recons but need new skis. I'm 5'11", 190lbs and have the 170s which I like but sometimes feel short so I ski my friends 177 recons (we have the same exact boots and size) and those feel great too but sometimes not as easy to carve as the 170s- I'm not honestly sure which I like more... I ski blue's fast and like to carve on edge if the snow is good (I can carve edge to edge well but if the snow gets choppy then I get uneasy). I usually ski groomers, if the snow gets deep I'm on my snowboard! I don't really do moguls but can go down anything, just slide my turns on the blacks so I don't pick up too much speed and feel out of control. Do you recommend the Charger or Rictors and the 174 or 181? Thanks!"
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Question by Mark on 1/1/2012 - 10:48 pm
"The Rictor 174 is a great choice. It offers blended rocker/camber technology so they will be super easy to turn. The 181 would be too long unless you are riding on powder most of the time."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/3/2012 - 1:01 pm
"Hello, Heard the K2 Rictor is a great off piste ski. Which bindings do they come with?"
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Question by Carlos1239 on 2/24/2012 - 3:29 pm
"These ski's are for more advanced riders. They come with Marker MX12 bindings. This is really great for backcountry skiing or off-piste skiing!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/24/2012 - 3:59 pm
"hi im 6,3 and 210 pounds intermediate skier pushing towards advance skier. what size ski do you recomend. thank u for your time."
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Question by marco on 3/12/2012 - 9:06 pm
"From your height/weight and ability I would recommend around a 182cm for an all around board."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/13/2012 - 9:12 am
"are the bindings on the k2 rictors adjustable to suit various sizes? "
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Question by marco on 3/26/2012 - 3:08 am
"The bindings do not come attached to the ski. You have to take the ski and the binding into a local store to have them mounted. They will fit the binding to your boot in the store to insure a perfect fit!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/26/2012 - 4:56 pm
"Hello, I'm an Intermediate skier and I'm looking at the Rictor & Shockwave. Would you recommend one over the other for me. Also what size do you suggest, I'm 5' 7" 185lbs. I was thinking 167 for the rictor and 170 for the shockwave since they don't offer 167 in shockwave. Thanks"
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Question by EddieZ on 8/7/2012 - 10:04 pm
"Either ski would be OK but I would recommend the Rictor over the Shockwave. It's slightly heavier underfoot, giving you more versatility on the mountain. For the Rictor, go with the 167. Another option to check out is the i.Peak 78 in size 171. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/9/2012 - 12:12 pm
"I bought these skis for my son in size 174. What boots would complement the skis? He skis all types of terrain and is aggressive."
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Question by susan.lueders on 9/4/2012 - 2:18 pm
"The Salomon Quest 12 Ski Boot would complement the skis and his style, the Dalbello Boss Ski Boot is another great choice, and the Tecnica Phoenix 90 Air Shell Ski Boots would be perfect for an all mountain and aggressive skier, like himself. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/6/2012 - 1:43 pm
"I'm an advanced skier, 5'7 and around 188 lbs. Interested in the Rictors. Should I go for the 167 or 174?"
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Question by Erik on 12/27/2012 - 5:52 pm
"For an advanced skier, the 174's would be perfect for you!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/28/2012 - 9:03 am
"I am 6 feet, 180 pounds, advanced skier- i ski 70% groomers, 30% off trail.I like aggressive short radius turns. Should I purchase the 174 or 181?"
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Question by Bill on 3/4/2013 - 1:48 pm
"The 174 would be a better fit for you. You'll have more control of your skis with that size. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/6/2013 - 9:05 am

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