K2 Press Skis

Priced: $186.90 - $299.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Evo (2013) $186.90 - $203.90
48% off
Regularly: $360.00
Backcountry.com $299.95
16% off
Regularly: $360.00
REI (2014) $299.95
16% off
Regularly: $360.00
The House $299.95
16% off
Regularly: $360.00
Skis.com (2014) $299.95
16% off
Regularly: $360.00
ProBoardShop.com $299.95
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Regularly: $360.00
Berg's Ski Shop $299.95
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Regularly: $360.00
Al's Sports $299.99
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K2 Press Skis - K2 Press Skis 2012: The K2 Press Skis aren’t your ordinary price point, capped park ski. With a durable wood core, Jib Rocker™, and deeper sidecut, the Press can perform tricks only seen in gnarshmellow, carve well between features, and can easily handle all the abuse you throw at it. It is feather-light for reduced swing weight and the rocker/flat profile gives it the combination of buttery feel with the stability you desire, and deserve. No sacrificing here; the Press is a killer park ski at an unbeatable price.

Fabric:

  • Cap construction contributes to light skis that are easy to maneuver
  • A fiberglass weave around the wood core provides torsional stiffness for highly responsive turning
  • Cap construction with triaxial braiding

Features:

  • Directional twin tip heavily favors skiing forward but allows you to ski and land jumps backward if needed
  • Directional Taper
  • Lightweight aspen core is strong and durable, and it produces a smooth, natural flex that's suited to tail presses, butters, ollies and other freestyle tricks
  • Base or topsheet color on the men's K2 Press skis may vary from online photo
  • 85mm waist width
  • Short rocker at the tip and tail with traditional camber underfoot (Jib Rocker)
  • Traditional sidecut with 20 meter turn radius
  • Metal tip plates and tail rivets withstand hard landings
  • A rockered profile designed to tame the terrain park features elevated tips and tails and zero camber underfoot for sliding rails and spinning in the air
Evo (2013)
The new and improved Press is fully re-engineered for 2013 and remains the best valued twin tip ski around. Built with a strong wood core, a super low swing weight and K2’s Jib Rocker™, you will experience a snappy pop off the lip, spin without hucking, and never worry about hooking your edges during switch-ups. This combination of performance, forgiveness and durability all at a modest price point can only be found on the K2 Press Skis.

REI (2014)

With rockered tips and tails and a lightweight, flexible construction designed for tricks, the men's K2 Press skis excel in the terrain park.

Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.

Imported.


Backcountry.com

The K2 Press Ski has more pop than parade inflatable filled with fireworks, a lower swing weight than a champion figure skater on juice diet, and more dynamic flex than Mr.Universe's abs. In case you needed icing on the proverbial cake, this snappy, jib-happy stick carries a price that won't empty your bank account like a cat burglar on a lucky streak. A touch of park-and-pipe specific rocker at the tip and tail even takes care of your worries about hooking an edge when you swap up a rail or hop to switch as you mach into a jump. This ski is forgiving too; more forgiving, in fact, than a support group staffed by hippies and held in an inflatable bouncy castle lined with memory foam.


Berg's Ski Shop
The Press is built to pack a lot of punch without costing you and arm and a leg. Tons of value that you can enjoy in the park and all over the mountain every day. Pound for pound the best value you can find at under $300 bucks. With a unique flex pattern that keeps it rigid underfoot while still remaining soft in the tip and tail. Combine that with Jib Rocker and you have a ski that butters and ollies like no other. The Press utilizes a lightweight vertical cap construction for durability and control while keeping the ski light as a feather. Like the name implies, this park ski is designed to im- press, and at 85mm underfoot, it is stable enough to lap the entire mountain and a value of a price.
The House

The Press features a lightweight construction with the same base and edge durability as the rest of K2's Park, Pipe and Urban series at a fraction of the price.

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Activity:Downhill skiing
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:20m (@169cm)
Base Material:Sintered
Binding DIN:N/A
Binding Weight Range:N/A
Bindings included:Park and pipe
Construction:Triaxial Braid, Cap Construction
Construction Type:Cap
Core:Park and pipe
Core Material:Wood
Dimensions:113/85/104
Model #:S130304101149
Radius:20m @169 Directional Sidecut
Recommended skier weight:113/85/104 millimeters
Rocker:Rocker/Flat/Rocker
Shipping Restriction:This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Sidecut radius:Freestyle twin tip
Ski Gear Intended Use:All Mountain
Ski camber:Freestyle twin tip
Ski design:Downhill skiing
Ski dimensions:Freestyle twin tip
Ski terrain:Downhill skiing
Special Features:Park Flex Pattern
Tail Profile:Twin
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths:113/85/104 (@169cm)
Titanium:No
Turn Radius:16-20
Twin tip:Park and pipe
Type:All-Mountain Skis (75-90)
Used:No
Waist Width:76-85mm
Warranty:One Year
What Binding is Included?:N/A
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K2 Press Skis Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

2014 K2 Press Ski Review

Kyle here, just got off the K2 Press. I give this ski a 4 out of 5. If you're a higher end skier who wants a really powerful ski, this is your ski, but if you are going at maybe at a lower speed, and you want to be a really playful scale all over the mountain, or again, if you're a beginner that's trying to get into his first pair of twin tips, it's really forgiving, holds a great edge and it's super light weight. Again, I give this ski 4 out 5.
Kyle M. at Skis.com on 09/09/2013

2014 K2 Press Ski Review

This is Steve. Just got done riding the K2 Press. I think ski would be a great intermediate ski. Nice and soft, a little unstable at high speeds, but overall, I bet it would be a great rail ski and jump ski as well for someone who's not pushing it quite as hard. And overall, I give this about a 4 out of 5 stars.
Stephen I. at Skis.com on 09/09/2013

2014 K2 Press Ski Review

Evan here, just got off the K2 Press. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's going to be perfect for that beginner to intermediate skier who's doing all mountain cruising or looking to get into the park and do a little freestyle riding.
Evan K. at Skis.com on 09/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

k2 press

Cracked one first time out
pressed off at Skis.com on 02/02/2014

Neutral Reviews:

2014 K2 Press Ski Review

Kyle here with K2 Press. I'm going to give this ski a 3.5 out of 5. It's definitely going to be more for your beginner to intermediate park skiers. It's really forgiving, really playful. Yeah, if you're an expert to advance skier, it's not going to enough stiffness, enough ski for you. But yeah, if you're a beginner, give it a shot.
Kyle T. at Skis.com on 09/09/2013