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Pinnacle 88

Bridge The Freeride Gap

  • 128/88/110
  • 15m @ 184
  • All-Terrain Rocker
  • K2 Skis - Gold Medal Gear - Ski Magazine - Gear Guide - 2018

Description & Specs

The Pinnacle 88 is a streamlined version of the K2 Pinnacle 95 freeride ski, with all the guts of its bigger brethren. Have you been looking for that mythical bridge between resort skiing and freeride nirvana? Thoughtful, low-density Konic construction and a Nanolite core pair perfectly with carefully tapered tip and tail to make the brand-new Pinnacle 88 the brick road that’s paving your way to the next level.

Sizes:
163, 170, 177, 184
Rocker Type:
All-Terrain Rocker
Core Construction:
Konic Technology Firnanolite/Metal Laminate
Bindings:
Flat
Weight:
1850g/ski @ 177
Features:
  • Konic Technology
  • Nano Lite
  • Metal Laminate
  • Tapered Tip/Tail
  • Triaxal Braided

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Technology

  • Konic Technology - All-Mountain

    K2 Konic technology is a revolutionary ski design that a re-distributes mass in the ski, placing heavier and stiffer materials directly over the edge where they have the most impact on ski performance. This results in a ski with increased precision and high end power while retaining a large sweet spot.

  • Nanolite Konic Technology

    K2 Konic Technology with Nanolite utilizes an ultra lightweight, low-density aerospace grade composite core that runs through the center and extremities of the ski, reinforced with dense wood core and metal laminates along the edges. The result is a lite, lively and powerful ski for on and off-trail skiing that retains a large sweet spot.

  • All-Terrain Rocker

    Skis with All-Terrain rocker have a gradual rise to the tip for added versatility and control in all conditions.

  • Metal Laminate Construction

    A metal laminate construction, denoted with “Ti” in the name, uses a sheet of Titanal above and below the core to give the ski a damp, precise and accurate feel.

  • Triaxally Braided Construction

    K2’s patented Triaxial braiding process interlocks strands of fiberglass around a profiled core for increased torsional stiffness while retaining the lively flex patterns inherent in a wood cored ski.

Size Chart

Men's Skis
Skier Weight Skier Height Ski Length
LBS FT/IN EXPERT (CM) INTER­MEDIATE (CM)
100+ 4'6"+ 134+ 124+
110+ 4'9"+ 146+ 136+
120+ 5'0"+ 159+ 149+
130+ 5'3"+ 166+ 156+
140+ 5'6"+ 170+ 160+
150+ 5'9"+ 177+ 167+
170+ 6'0"+ 184+ 174+
190+ 6'2"+ 191+ 181+