Skier's Choice Draft Picks
Round 1 – Powder Selection, Pick 14I’m going to use the cliché “quiver-killer” to define the K2 Hellbent in that it eats most skis as a late night snack. I spent many days schralping the Northwest with these bad boys and found myself getting rid of almost all my other skis. As one of the wider, more rockered skis out there, the Hellbent is endless fun in any amount of deep or heavy snow (as we get in the Pacific Northwest), but with a little bit of camber underfoot and a quick-turning radius it holds its own everywhere. I ski a 179cm as an everyday ski, making it super easy to spin, butter, and smash every innocent, snow-covered tree in site.
|Description||You will be stunned at how devilishly easy it is to make the whole mountain your playground. Stomp landings both ways, even in bottomless zones. This freakishly fat beast features Powder Rocker so you can stay afloat in overhead powder and provides surprising grip on hard snow as you make your way down to rip another run. The Hellbent is offered with pre-cut climbing skins so you can climb to the heavens before turning your back and descending into the depths. Price increases to $1,350 w/ Marker Griffon 12.0 SchizoFrantic bindings.|
|Features||Optional SchizoFrantic binding inserts • Powder tip • Removable tip and tail hardware for K2’s pre-cut climbing skins • Made with pure evil • Swap base|