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Sold: K2 CoomBack Carbon Web Skis 2012 174cm with K2 skins

 Poster: A snowHead
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Sold: K2 CoomBack Carbon Web Skis 2012 174cm with K2 skins [url=][/url]


£40 + collect from SW London or postage at cost.

Quiverkiller’ed for Marker and Shift bindings based on a 305mm boot. These come with pre-cut K2 skins to fit the tip and tail plugs.

Size: 174cm
Radius 22m
Dimensions 135/102/121
Weight 1720g each


All-Terrain Rocker
Progressive Sidecut (20 & 22m radii)
Cap Construction
Tip/Tail plugs reveal to attach K2 Pre-Cut Skins or build a rescue sled
SnoPhobic snow-repellent topsheet
Fir and Aspen core with Triaxial Braiding and Carbon Web

An exceptional backcountry IMO, it was my go-anywhere choice for 10 years. For this 2012 model and onwards, K2 added a carbon web to add stiffness and grip. Developed in partnership with, and named after, Doug Coombs, proceeds from every pair sold went to his bereaved family.

I found these to be incredibly versatile. The more you work them, the more playful they become. They are quicker edge-to-edge and better on-piste than the specification would suggest, and they really excel in the backcountry. I took them everywhere – Japan, BC, Alaska, Utah, Colorado etc. – and only now that I spend more time going have I put the Shifts something lighter (ZAG Bakan).

Always professionally maintained by Ski Perf and Concept in Chamonix (although the QKs were done at Sole) I initially had them mounted them with a Marker Tour F10, and then a Salomon Shift, always with QuiverKillers, the inserts for which can clearly be seen in the pictures.

Hopefully someone can continue to have amazing adventures on them.

Last edited by Poster: A snowHead on Fri 12-04-24 18:41; edited 2 times in total
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I would love to take them for my boy who’s thinking he’d like to try a bit of touring. I’m trying to figure out how to PM you!
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