Freeride Meets All-Mountain
- 13.5m @ 170
- All-Terrain Rocker
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Description & Specs
With the same Bioflex Konic genes as its bigger sisters, the AllLuvit 88 slims down and bridges the gap between versatile freeride and confident all-mountain skiing. We don’t throw the term “women’s-specific” around lightly – the AllLuvit 88 was built for the lady shredder who stuns the slopes in deep powder, over fresh cord, and through wily bumps alike.
- 156, 163, 170
- Rocker Type:
- All-Terrain Rocker
- Core Construction:
- 1675g/ski @ 170
- Bioflex Konic
- Nano Lite
- Metal Laminate
- Triaxial Braided
- Tapered Tip/Tail
Skis with All-Terrain rocker have a gradual rise to the tip for added versatility and control in all conditions.
Bioflex Konic Technology
Women's specific core integrated into the Konic Technology design, with a Bioflex (Aspen and Paulownia) wood along the perimeter of the ski and Nanolight through the center for reduced swing weight with an unmatched flex profile. 5% reduction in weight but a 15% reduction in swing weight.
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.
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.
Hybrid Sidewall Construction
Blending a sidewall construction underfoot with a full cap construction in the extremities. The sidewall section gives the ski accuracy, power and performance while the capped regions reduce overall ski weight and ease turn initiation and finish
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