If you are still looking or anyone else is puzzled by the lack of info on the K2 Radius X, I just purchased these myself... after a little research I've learned they are a repackage of K2's entry-level Apache Hawk (09), Stiker or Force lines and known for being sold at box-stores. I picked mine up from a local shop however and got a better deal on a package than even Sports Autority had the same weekend on sale. Mine are 09's but I like the graphic better anyway and I get the super service and lifelong unlimited free waxing at the local ski shop. If you are a novice or returning skier (like myself) to intermediate you'll probably be happy with them. I am amazed at the difference between these skis and standard rental equipment, I didn't think I'd notice much. It snowed big here this week and Thursday the mountain was a lot of fresh snow with a couple of groomed but mostly ungroomed runs. These skiis IMHO worked well in all of it and are doing what I need to rebuild my skills and confidence as I get back into the sport. I don't regret purchasing them at all. Range in prices I've seen have been from $250 - $350 new. Here is a link... with no indorsement intended or implied.
Voted house president, the Radius X has the dubious honor of carrying the torch and leading the KTO Apache band of misfits. Rich in family heritage, predictable, quiet, fast 68mm waist pedigree – all the traits you would expect in a versatile, all-mountain ski. Resigned to the fact that his efforts to keep the house in line are futile, he has actually grown to realize that he enjoys a good party inside the area and on moderate off-road trips. A very level headed leader, the Radius X is an easy guy to hang around with. This ski does come with bindings.