K2 Obsethed Skis 2012
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After just one run on these, we were obsethed! Seth designed a ski to handle the steepest and deepest terrain with power and confidence. The ObSETHed is built with a Powder Rocker tip for incredible floatation and and All-Terrain tail for a larger landing platform. Narrower and stiffer underfoot than the Hellbent, it is the ideal ski for fast lines and big mountain charging. Whether you’re scoping fun mini-golf lines, sending 50 footers, or shredding AK peaks, the ObSETHed is your ski.
Built with Powder Rocker and All-Terrain Rocker
Sizes: 169, 179, 189
Radius: 23m @ 179
Construction: TwinTech Sidewall - Triaxial Braided Fir/Aspen Core
Binding: not included. We recommend marker griffon or jester schizo bindings.
Features: Progressive Sidecut, Powder Tip, Tip/Tail Holes/Rivets, Pre-Cut Skins Available
- Core and Flex Pattern:Fir and Aspen core: solid and dense woods known for their inherent strength and durability. // Triaxial Braiding consists of braiding fiberglass around the wood core to provide torsional rigidity for added control. This makes the ski incredibly energetic and responsive.
- Construction:TwinTech Construction increases the durability of the sidewalls. Unlike a traditional sidewall, this construction rolls the top material into the sidewall reducing the angle that is prone to abuse. // Tip/Tail Hardware - removable plugs reveal holes that can be used to attach K2 Pre-Cut Skins // Powder Tip tapers early to avoid hooking. // 3.5mm steel edges are durable and far more resistant to cracking.
- Shape:Powder Rocker™ in the tip is designed for deep snow. This large amount of rocker provides additional lift for enhanced soft snow performance in the tip and a surfy feel. A reduced camber region is still present underfoot for a confident edge hold in firmer conditions. All-Terrain Rocker™ in the tail is designed for all snow conditions, featuring an elevated tail for variable and soft snow performance. // Directional Taper Sidecut maximizes the performance of the ski in the forward direction. The ski makes a slightly different arc when skiing switch.