The K2 Press is a great ski for the younger or newer parks skier. It also makes a great ski for the young skier who is ready for his first set of adult skis. The lightweight Cap Construction with an Aspen Wood Core is stable at speed, yet still very playful for hitting small jumps or boxes in the park. Tip and Tail Hardware improve the durability of the Press to reduce the chances of splitting the tips or tails open, when slapping down on poor landings. An 85mm waist is works very well on trail, carving turns, and will allow you to land tricks with ease. K2's Park Flex Pattern is symmetrical, that makes it easier to ski and land switch. The Press has Jib Rocker that has rocker in the tips and tails, and slight camber underfoot to ease in freestyle moves in the park, and improve control everywhere on the mountain. If you are looking for a twin tip for the teenager or tween that is ready for their first set of adult skis to perfect park skills or all mountain skiing, the K2 Press is a great way to go!
Park Flex Pattern
Tip and Tail Hardware
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Just busted these bad boys out for my second season and thought it was high time to give these sweet planks the review they deserve. Whether you want to shred the gnar, slippy slide some slick rails or stomp a sick kicker, the press has got you covered.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the K2 Press. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. Basically this is a great all-mountain twin tip for your young, lightweight skier. It's probably his first adult ski and that's exactly who this is designed for. It's got a nice easy rounded turn radius so it's really easy to control. It's stable at medium speeds. It's not the most fast ski or anything like that but it's just good solid, great value ski for that kid who is ready for his first all-mountain twin tip. 4 out of 5.
Hi, my name is Josh and I just got off the Press by K2. I give this ski 3 out of 5 stars. This is a great ski for that intermediate rider who's kind of looking to move maybe into a little bit more terrain park scene while still having an all-mountain shape. If you're kind of that teen or more lightweight rider this would be a pretty good ski for you trying to work on your skills but still being able to ride all over the mountain. Short turns are pretty good, long turns is what a little bit shaky. This is a 169, I'm a little bit big for this ski. Like I said, lightweight teen rider, this would be an awesome ski for you. I give this ski 3 out of 5 stars.
Kyle here with the K2 Press. This has been part of K2's line for a minute and for the price-point and what it is, the entry-level park kid, it's a great ski. It's really playful. It has no sidewall so it's not going to be really good at holding an edge at high speeds but if you're just trying to go into the park and play around and have some fun and you're a beginner, this is going to be you right here. Check it out. K2 Press.
Hi, I'm Lucas. I just got off the K2 Press. I give this ski a 3 out of 5 stars. It's very lightweight but a little difficult on the shorter turns. It's definitely a more beginner to intermediate terrain park ski and very lightweight fun ski but didn't hang out very well on the groomed runs. 3 out of 5 stars.
Hey, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the K2 Press. I'm going to give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. This is primarily going to be for your beginner or intermediate skier. Maybe it's your first pair of adult skis but it's actually quite a bit of fun. It'll hold a turn really well in just about all conditions. Short, medium and long radius turns it will do really well but if you're not quite to the carving level it will skid a turn no problem, it will release fine in the tail which is awesome. It's got a little bit of twin tip so if you're a beginner and looking to kind of explore the park or the rails and stuff like that it will be a good ski. But it also, again, it's just gonna be a great all-mountain ski for your beginner, intermediate. K2 Press - 4 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the K2 Press. I'm going to give this 4 out of 5 stars. For what this ski is it's actually really solid. It's definitely designed for your beginner to low-intermediate type skier. Definitely somebody who's like maybe rented 3-4 times and is looking to get their first set of skis. It's surprisingly stable for what it is. It skids and smears turns really controlled, really predictably. But it also does actually allow you get the ski up on edge a little bit, work on technique, learn how to carve the ski. And then with the addition with it being a full twin, if you want to mess around in the park it's certainly capable of that too. 4 out of 5 stars.
A: These skis offer K2's swap base which is eco-friendly by using less material. This means you're base will either be majority orange with teal, or majority teal with orange. The base offers a couple K2 logos as well.