The K2 A.M.P. Photon matches forgiveness with control by applying All-Terrain Rocker to a 76mm waist and an all new M3 binding system. This ski will lead recreational skiers to every corner of the resort with stability and ease, expanding comfort zones with every run. For those seeking more days on-hill per season, the K2 A.M.P. Photon is light on the wallet and heavy on the fun.
(based on 25 days on mountain in Pacific Northwest)
Living is a ski town and taking up skiing for the first time i tried these. They allowed me to tackle most the mountain could throw at me with a few exceptions. FIrst it wasnt a great snow year here, We had several weeks of hard icy skiing, several weeks of wet soft snow and finally a few weeks of fresh powder skiing mixed with a couple glorious 8"+ powder days. I found the skis handled the best when it was a bit firmer. They are defiantly a ski to be considered if you are doing mostly groomers and not off trail. When in wet soft snow or deep powder off the trails, that is when you should consider a differnt ski. Im also still learning so stuck with easier runs. Towards the end I started exploring steeper terrain into the black diamond territory. On easy runs no problem, Harder stuff I wished for a firmer ski to dig in and have more control. Overall a great beginner intermediate
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