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K2 Fatty 88 Ski Boards

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For intermediate to advanced ski boarders, the K2 Fatty snowblades will be a perfect fit. Glide along in these 88cm snowblades by K2. For adult snow bladers, the Fatty snowblades are designed with a wider chassis, great for improved flotation on softer snow. They are also narrow enough for better performance on hard snow. These snowblades are also a great teaching tool for aspiring carvers or a new ski alternative for a more advanced ski boarder. The possibilities are vast and these blades are great! The K2 Fatty 88 snowblades are equipped with mounted non-releasable bindings. The bindings also fit regular ski boots and hard-shell snowboard boots.


Skill Range:    


  • Width: 111/85/99 mm
  • Sidecut: 10 mm
  • Length: 88cm
  • Binding adjusts without tools



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

Snowblades Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
Type: Snowblades
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2013
Model Number: S10500088
Product ID: 216134
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
K2 Fatty 88 Ski Boards

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Displaying reviews 1-7
From : Wilmot, WI
Date :
PROS :
  • Good Carving Ability
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
CONS
BEST USES

5.0
Just for Fun!
Comments:
Great fun for something different, especially on a small Midwest ski hill. Helps with practice carving, turning, and skiing backwards. Fun to spin down the hill.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : CT
Date :
PROS :
  • Durable
  • Easy to use
  • Lightweight
CONS
BEST USES :
  • Groomed Terrain
  • Downhill
4.0
Great Value - Great Fun
Comments:
Bought these as a light-weight, flexible alternative to my "proper" skis. Surprisingly easy to play in - Great fun in groomed terrain and free-style playing in less demanding terrain. Bought a pair, shared them with my wife (who is significantly smaller and a different level skier), and the next week ... she was on Skis.com ordering another pair. I look forward to getting back on them.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
Was this review helpful? : Yes  (0/ No  (0)
 

From : Vail, CO
Date :
PROS
CONS
BEST USES
3.0
They don't fit hard-shell snowboard boot
Comments:
They don't fit hard-shell snowboard boots as advertised!
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
 
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From : killington, Vt
Date :
PROS :
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Good Carving Ability
CONS
BEST USES :
  • Downhill
  • Moguls
  • Groomed Terrain

4.0
All mountain fun
Comments:
I would love them even more if they were about 10 cm longer.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : MA
Date :
PROS :
  • Good Grip
  • Smooth Ride
  • Lightweight
  • Good Carving Ability
  • Cost Efficient and fun
CONS :
  • Hard to lock up
BEST USES :
  • Downhill
  • Groomed Terrain

5.0
Excellent
Comments:
Excellent find, cheapest price around and for me blades are much more fun than skis. Much more freedom. Only problem is because of the length they are less flexible. Also because they are so short it can make it interesting when locking them up when you go inside for lunch or whatever.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : Concord, NH
Date :
PROS
CONS
BEST USES

4.0
K2 Fatty
Comments:
Overall, the blades are great, especially if you are transitioning from hockey. The non-release bindings are not great and can be hard to get on when you're first strapping on the skis. Other than that, a great investment for those learning to ski or more experienced skiiers.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
Was this review helpful? : Yes  (2/ No  (0)
 

From : San Francisco C
Date :
PROS :
  • Stylish
  • Lightweight
CONS :
  • Binding not durable
BEST USES :
  • skiing
  • Tricks

4.0
Yet to use but I can say....
Comments:
I actually didn't get to use them [...]. However, I have 26 years of experience and can tell a lot by feeling out a product. These are good deals, especially for the price. The only downside is that the plastic bindings are not very strong. If you ski aggressively (e.g. Jumping & hard landing all the time), I have a feeling that those bindings may give out at some point. Otherwise, they should do just fine.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
Was this review helpful? : Yes  (0/ No  (1)
 

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Q: i have a pair of full tilt ski boots and wondering if they would work for these skis or any at all.
Asked : Nov 14, 2013
By : cowboy bob
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A: The K2 Fatty 88 ski boards will work with all traditional alpine ski boots up to a size ~30.5 mondo point.
Answered : Nov 18, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Can you use regular ski boots with the bindings given on the blades?
Asked : Oct 29, 2013
By : glasow
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A: The non-release bindings included in the K2 Fatty 88 ski boards are designed to work with traditional alpine ski boots.
Answered : Oct 31, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I teach children who like to ski in the trees, glades and have been looking for a shorter ski to help me manouver in tight spots like the kids do. Would these be a better choice then say, going down to a 140?
Asked : Oct 27, 2013
By : Smiley, Eagle, CO
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A: You can use the K2 Fatty 88's like a more maneuverable ski, similar to inline skates, to make tighter turns and to have more control. They should work perfectly for helping to teach people how to carve.
Answered : Oct 28, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Couple of questions actually. I am on the verge of a purchase between this and the Kemper KP-930MSK Ski Board. Never having tried them on, I was wondering if there'd be a good way to "feel them out" before finalizing on the length of the boards. I do feel comfortable in hockey skates and am looking for a similar feel (shorter than regular skis). Also I'd like to know whether the Kemper one comes with bindings as well. Thanks
Asked : Oct 20, 2013
By : hugohugo, Boston, MA
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A: Both the Kemper KP-930MSK and the K2 Fatty 88 ski blades will come with bindings. Ski blading or boarding does have a similar stance a feel to inline skating, so if you have some experience skating you should pick up ski blading for either model very quickly.
Answered : Oct 21, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Is there a brand of release bindings that will work great with the K2 Fattys? And recommendations?
Asked : Oct 08, 2013
By : Brandy, PA
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A: You can potentially mount regular Ski bindings to any ski boards, including the K2 Fatty 88's, however this means removing the non-release bindings that come pre-mounted to it first.
Answered : Oct 09, 2013
By : Community Answer
Q: What size in inches can the ski bindings for these skis ajust to
Asked : Oct 01, 2013
By : samsta, Vermilion, Oh
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A: The K2 Fatty 88 ski board bindings will adjust up to a size 12.5/30.5 mondo point boot size, or ~11.25".
Answered : Oct 03, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Are these skis adjustable to any size boot?
Asked : Sep 30, 2013
By : samsta, Vermilion, Oh
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A: The bindings on the K2 Fatty 88 ski blades will be adjustable to about a size 12.5/30.5 mondo point boot size.
Answered : Oct 01, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I'm 6'4 225lbs are these good for me?
Asked : Sep 28, 2013
By : Mike p
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A: The K2 Fatty 88's will work fine with all weights under ~250 lbs, although they will only fit a boot size of approximately 12.5/30.5.
Answered : Sep 30, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Are these any good in deep powder?
Asked : Feb 10, 2013
By : Link
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A: At only 88mm underfoot, the K2 Fatty's are not going to be a good selection for deep powder conditions. I would recommend it for more groomed trails and park use as you simply won't get enough surface contact for them to provide floating power.
Answered : Feb 11, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I am headed out to Colorado for skiing. Are these ok to be used in the deep powder bowls and glades that are common out there? My level is advanced, but I am afraid they might not be long enough to cut through the powder.
Asked : Feb 06, 2013
By : Max, NY
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A: At only 88mm underfoot, the K2 Fatty's are not going to be a good selection for deep powder conditions. I would recommend it for more groomed trails and park use as you simply won't get enough surface contact for them to provide floating power.
Answered : Feb 07, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 

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