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K2 SuperSweet Ski System with Bindings (Women's)

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Style: S11219

Getting on the K2 SuperSweet Ski System for women might be the sweetest thing you do this winter. This friendly women's ski is just the right idea for intermediates or beginners that are looking to progress. K2 put camber under your feet so that you feel stable and strong, but added Catch Free Rocker® at the tip and tail so that you can make both short and long-radius turns without snagging edges. The difference is huge. One you stop worrying about catapulting face-first into the snow, you'll be carving up the frontside in no time.


  • Design: All-Mountain: 70% groomed / 30% ungroomed
  • Camber: Reverse-camber Catch Free Rocker®
  • Ski Dimensions: 118-74-103
  • Binding: Marker ER3 10.0 included
  • Binding DIN Range: 3-10
  • Turn Radius: 160 (14m)


  • 10-20% lighter than last year's
  • Women-specific MOD Monic dampening for a damp, yet light ski
  • ER3 Binding plate is lower and wider to match a woman's center of gravity
  • Catch Free Rocker® keeps tip and tail out of the snow for easier turning
  • Composite core combines light and dense woods for women-specific performance
  • Durable torsion box construction
  • Integrated binding hub for better power transfer
  • Forward-shifted sidecut gives women better control
  • Portion of sales donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

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"How heavy are these skis?"
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Question by Lyndell on 7/14/2011 - 8:31 am
"The exact weight of this ski would be between 8 and 9 pounds depending on the size you needed."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/18/2011 - 1:06 pm
"Is this an intermediate ski? I am looking for a ski that is intermediate to advanced in the K2's."
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Question by Heather on 9/9/2011 - 2:35 pm
"This ski is more for beginners/intermediate skiers rather than advanced. You might want to check out the K2 SuperFree Ski System which is currently on sale from $950 to $750."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/9/2011 - 2:58 pm
"I learned to ski last winter and went alot. I feel comfortable with green runs, but did not attempt blues last year. For the most part, my skis are parllel but I have trouble carving that usually one ski has an edge and the other is flat when turning. I am looking for a ski I can learn on to improve technique and grow into. Should I look at Beg/Interm or Interm/Advanced skis? Any recommendations of skis-I was looking at the K2 series or the Atomic Cloud line."
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Question by Maria on 9/12/2011 - 5:33 pm
"I would recommend looking at the beginner/intermediate skis. The SuperSweet system would be a perfect match for you. It offers a reverse chamber which gives you a lot more turning capability. When you perfect your technique on these skis then I would move up to the next level. You can also check out the K2 SuperSmooth Ski System which is very similar!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/13/2011 - 3:27 pm
"I take one ski trip a year out west. I'm in my forties and I've always used rentals and am looking to buy my first skis. I ski blue groomers and see myself as an intermediate. I like to turn often and stay in control. i would like a ski that helps me with this but will also help me towards staying in control on groomed blacks. Suggestions? Thanks"
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Question by Wendy on 10/1/2011 - 4:18 pm
"These ski's are more for the beginner to intermediate level. I would suggest taking a look at the K2 Superific Ski System. It is geared more towards the intermediate skier looking to advance and would give you more control!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/3/2011 - 8:59 am
"I am in my mid 50s, been skiing for most of my life, but haven't really ever advanced past much being an intermediate skier. I am only 5'1" and find most skis very heavy. I want an easy to turn, stable ski that will permit me some speed as well. Which ski(s) would you recommend?"
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Question by Mariah on 11/26/2011 - 9:08 am
"This ski would work well for you! It is a light, maneuverable ski that will allow you to progress. You should also check out the Rossignol Temptation 76 Ski System which is similar!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/29/2011 - 4:11 pm

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