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2012 K2 Richtor

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Pros: Initiation, edge grip, adaptability

Cons: Stability

Ski: K2 Rictor
Dimensions: 127/80/109
Tested Length: 174
Turn Radius: 16 meters
Price w/binding: $949.99

 

The Good: Initiation, edge grip, adaptability
The Bad: Stability

 

Verdict: Described as a “nice little cruiser that provides a lot of control,” the Rictor impressed with its forgiveness and overall fun factor, with testers saying they got a lot of response without having to work too much. Get it up to speed, though, and there are other big turn performers to evaluate in this class.

2012 K2 Richtor
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Description:

If you are searching for the most versatile high performance ski available, then look no further. Equally at home on the steepest, rock-solid groomer or the back bowls on a powder day, the Rictor is your one-ski quiver. Incredible versatility stems from the optimal combination of width, shape, and Baseline profile, resulting in an expert level ski that will have you skiing from first to last chair.

Details:
DetailValue
Lengths160, 167, 174, 181
Dimensions127/80/109
Turn Radius16M @ 174
Constructionearly-rise
Core MaterialMetal Laminate - Hybritech Sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia Core
Binding System
Binding IncludedYes
Recommended BindingMarker K2 MX12
Recommended useGroomed
Binding TypeSystem
Recommended LevelAdvanced
Model Year2012
Models:
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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