K2 SuperSweet 74 Ski System with Bindings (Women's)

K2 SuperSweet 74 Ski System with Bindings (Women's) -

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Waist Width

Rocker/Camber Hybrid: Uses rocker in certain zones of the ski, typically the tip, tail, or both. Great, versatile choice, offering good grip on hardpack, some float in soft snow, and easy turn initiation and transitions.

70-79: Versatile; good blend of carve and float

Style: S1306061

The K2 SuperSweet 74 is the women's ski system that's going to help you improve and build confidence. This ski is very easy to turn. And once you can make confident, agile turns you'll be able to ski anywhere you want. K2 used thinner edges, a slimmer binding platform, and composite core to make this ski extremely light. Don't struggle with rentals or borrowed skis anymore. Get something made just for you with the K2 SuperSweet 74. You'll be conquering new trails in no time.


  • Design: Freeride/All-Mountain
  • Dimensions: 118-74-103
  • Camber: All-Terrain Rocker 30% rocker/70% camber
  • Turn Radius: 13m (size 160)
  • Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
  • Bindings: K2/Marker ER3 10 bindings included


  • MOD technology provides great control without inhibiting flex
  • Lightweight composite core
  • All-Terrain Rocker blends camber and rocker to make turning effortless
  • Cap construction for durable performance and lightweight feel

Questions and Answers

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"I am 164 cm and have not skied for 5 years. My weight is 105 lb. My chin is at 144 cm. Should I choose 146 or 153 ? "
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Question by LUKE&PLATO on 11/20/2013 - 3:53 am
""Based on your measurements provided, you would be closer to a 153 cm ski.""
Answer by Danielle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/20/2013 - 12:33 pm
"I am 5'3" and 133lbs. I am a cautious skier. I am comfortable on blue trails, but only in good conditions. I ski in New England. I am planning to ski more frequently and take some lessons in the coming years now that my kids are big enough to join, so I am hoping to improve and get more comfortable going a little faster and taking on more challenging trails. This looks like it would be a good ski for me--do you agree? I looked at some online calculators which have suggested that 146cm might be the correct length for me--what do you think? Thank you!"
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Question by SarahB on 3/7/2014 - 8:58 am
"This ski system would work great for you. Also, based on your measurements you would be a size 146 in skis. "
Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/7/2014 - 10:13 am
"I'm new to skiing and I've rented all season and now I'm looking at getting some skis for next season so I don't have to deal with the hassle of renting again. I have my eyes on two skis from K2. The Supersweet and the Supersmooth. I have a preference to the Supersweets because I like the colors better, but I want something that I can feel comfortable skiing on New England mountains with. I also have a question on size. I'm not sure if I should go with the 139 or 146? I'm 5'1 and weigh 165. I currently been learning this season on skies that are 141cm."
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Question by Kelli on 3/9/2014 - 10:28 pm
"I'd say the 146's are more your size. Both of the skis you are considering would work really well for you. I'd say either choice is going to be a great one!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/11/2014 - 3:18 pm
"I am 5'5, 120lb,advanced beginner. Which length will I need? Thanks"
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Question by Jen on 3/18/2014 - 10:29 pm
"If you like to stick to the groomers then go with a size 146; if you like to go all mountain (in some powder) then go with size 153."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/19/2014 - 11:23 am

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