The Holy Grail
- 17m @ 184
- All-Terrain Rocker
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Description & Specs
The updated Pinnacle 95 is the surfy, quiver-of-one freeride ski of the Pinnacle Series. A 95mm waist allows the skier to change edges quickly and efficiently on-piste and in variable terrain, but it still wide enough when the snow piles up on storm days. Truly a jack-of-all-trades, the Pinnacle 95 is the ripping, confidence-boosting ski you’ve been looking for.
- 170, 177, 184, 191
- Rocker Type:
- All-Terrain Rocker
- Core Construction:
- Konic Technology Firnanolite/Metal Laminate
- 1850g/ski @ 184
- Konic Technology
- Nano Lite
- Metal Laminate
- Tapered Tip/Tail
- Triaxal Braided
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.
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.
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