K2 Aftershock: Alpine Skis Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
K2 Aftershock: Alpine Skis Reviews

   Photo: Ryan Heffernan


Every ski in K2's line features rocker this season. In addition to floating a ski, rocker can be designed to help initiate a turn. Such is the case with the easy-skiing Aftershock. And where skis like the Nordica Enforcer and Völkl Kendo require near-constant attention, it's possible to relax on the Aftershock—the slightly rockered tip lets it dive into turns with just a hint of pressure. Our bigger, faster testers found it a bit too quiet and easy, but our lighter and midsize skiers found it just right. 130/86/114; CARVING: 4.5

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