k2 Press Skis 2011

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The 2010-11 Press is built with a unique flex pattern that was developed for the Fujative, keeping the ski rigid underfoot while still remaining soft in the tip and tail for presses and increased ollie power. Combine that with Jib Rocker and you have a ski that butters like no other. The K2 Press ski utilizes a lightweight vertical cap construction for enhanced durability and control without making the ski heavy. Like the name implies, this Factory Team twin tip ski is designed to press, and at 85mm underfoot, it is stable enough to lap the entire mountain.
Baseline: JIB Rocker -0% Camber/20% Rocker
Powder: 20% Park: 80 %

Sizes: 149, 154, 169, 179
23m @ 179/Standard Taper
Construction: Torsion Box Cap
Core: Fir, Aspen
Binding Options: Any Binding with a brake width of 85mm +
Features: Park Specific core/ flex profile

Jib Rocker
This elevated tip and tail, zero camber underfoot, offers the best blend of playfulness for butters and surface tricks combined with increased pop for unmatched ollie power.

Directional Taper
Directional Taper
Moderately wider tip than tail maximizes the skis performance in the forward direction. This means the ski makes a slightly different arc when skiing switch.

Tip and Tail Plates and Rivets
Tip and Tail Plates and Rivets
K2 introduced tip and tail rivets 7 years ago on the Factory Series skis. They were functionally developed for additional protection, reinforcing the tip and tail of the ski against delamination. Although function is still the primary purpose, K2 has evolved the rivets and plates into stylized components.

Cap Construction
Cap Construction
Durable and lightweight “cap” skis are built by a sophisticated molding process that envelopes the core and internal materials with the top layer of the ski. Used throughout our ski line, cap constructions can be assembled with a variety of different cores. These variations, such as glass and/or metal materials, are the determining factors of the skis’ performance.

Torsion Box Technology
Torsion Box Technology
Torsion Box construction is the foundation for the widest range of skis designed by K2. Depending on the dimensions of a ski, and the amount of flex and torsion designed into it, one model of a Torsion Box ski can differ greatly from another. The versatility in the construction enables us to build everything from entry-level through expert skis. While there will be significant differences between a DarkSide and a MissConduct, they do share the common traits of ease, forgiveness, responsiveness, and energy that can be found in all Torsion Box skis.

Triaxial Braiding
Triaxial Braiding
Triaxial braiding consists of braiding fiberglass around a wood core to provide torsional rigidity for added control. Developed in 1988 by K2 engineers, the patented triaxial braiding machine interlocks strands of fiberglass around a milled wood core. This unique method produces skis with great torsional strength, that maintains the lively flex patterns of the wood core.