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    Default A great new ladies ski from K2

    K2 seem to come up with a really great ladies ski every year, and this coming winter we will see the all new Endless luv 80, this is a great ski that will suit most intermediate to advanced female skiers.

    In the past seasons we have put a similar ski into demo and every person that demoed them bought them, most made the comment that their skiing improved greatly just by changing to this ski.

    https://www.paulski.com.au/product-c.../k2-snow-skis/

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    Default Re: A great new ladies ski from K2

    Are they a light ski, missus frog doesn't like to carry heavy skis.
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    Default Re: A great new ladies ski from K2

    Quote Originally Posted by The Frog View Post
    Are they a light ski, missus frog doesn't like to carry heavy skis.
    The ladies K2 skis are lighter than in the past, but there are other skis out there that are lighter, Volkl skis are one of the lightest for women.

    A ski that skis really well for an aggressive skier needs a good core, most cores that really perform well are made of materials that tend to be heavier, so it is really hard to find a great ski that offers high performance and light weight.

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    Default Re: A great new ladies ski from K2

    She's not an aggressive skier, apart from when snowboarders cut her off. She loves her very light Roxy skis.
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    Default Re: A great new ladies ski from K2

    Quote Originally Posted by The Frog View Post
    She's not an aggressive skier, apart from when snowboarders cut her off. She loves her very light Roxy skis.
    Roxy are generally a rebadged Dynastar ski, Dynastar have really stepped up in recent years, skis that perform very well without the big price tag, The Dynastar Legend series are one of the best choices you could make if wanting a ski for Australian conditions.

    The K2 skis arrived into the shop yesterday, I had forgotten just how good they look, and will ski just a good as they look.

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    Default Re: A great new ladies ski from K2

    Got any photos?
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    Default Re: A great new ladies ski from K2

    Quote Originally Posted by The Frog View Post
    Got any photos?

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