The K2 Sight is a perfect ski for the budding park skier who wants a twin tip that can take on the entire mountain. At 85 mm in the waist the Sight has the vision to keep the lighter weight skier floating on some powder and still give you a sturdy platform to stomp the park tricks that you are learning. K2s Twin Tech Sidewalls will give you a grip on the groomers, the walls of the pipe and increase the torsional stiffness of the ski when you want to fly down a tree run. The Directional Sidecut and All Terrain Rocker will keep you heading in the right direction. The Rocker in the tip will help you engage in your turns quicker, absorb negative vibrations and keep you tips floating in the powder. If you are looking for a ski that can see the entire mountain, glance over at the park and take a peak at the fresh powder, put your eyes on the K2 Sight.
All Terrain Rocker
Tip and Tail Hardware
Twin Tech Sidewalls
Aspen Wood Core
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I'm Steve, just got done riding the K2 Sight. I like this ski quite a bit, short turns worked out really well, long turns, not so much, I mean, they're a little unstable at high speeds. Seems like it'd be a really great rail ski though, and it's nice and soft to really feel them and quite skinny under foot, so when you're looking for a specific park ski that doesn't need to be too stiff, this is your bet for sure. Overall, I'd give it 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Kyle here. I just got off the K2 Sight. I'm going to give this ski a 4 out of 5. It's good edge hold, pretty playful ski. Good for any intermediate to advanced, park to all mountain rider. Give it a shot.
Kyle here with the K2 Sight. This ski is a really fun, all mountain ski. If you may be a beginner to intermediate, you might like this ski as maybe your only ski quiver if you only can get one ski here to ride all over the mountain with you can do that. It's still really playful in the park, it can still hold its own when you're going really fast on the main hills right there. Again, I give this ski a 4 out of 5.
Evan here, just got off the K2 Sight. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's going to be good for that beginner all the way through advanced-intermediate skier who's just looking for a nice groomer, all mountain ski, or something to first take into the park.
Hi. My name is Josh and I just got off the Sight by K2. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. If you're that intermediate-to-advanced all-mountain rider that's really looking to try and progress in park but still need a ski that's going to keep up with your buddies outside of the park, this is a great ski for you. Holds good edge. Very stable on hard pack. Great moving from spot-to-spot and, as well as, like I said, cutting through the park, it's perfect for that. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars.
A: The Press has a nice, lightweight, snappy construction that allows it to butter very easily.
Answered : Jan 09, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: hi, i would like to buy this ski for my kid. 10 year old 155 hig and a wery good skier.
i hawe to decide between this K2 Sight and the Volkl Kink, wath you suggest to me?
thanks a lot
A: Without knowing his weight, skill level and the skiing conditions/type of skiing he will be doing, it would be impossible to make a recommendation as to whether the K2 Sight or Volkl Kink would be the better model for him.
Answered : May 09, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: What kind of binding mount would be recommended, these would be first set of TTs for an advanced intermediate skier?
Asked : Jan 02, 2014
By : Downhill_Phil, Cincinnati, OH
A: The best binding will vary slightly based on your weight. If you are 125lbs or less a binding such as the Marker Squire would be a great option. At 125-175lbs either the Marker Griffon or Salomon STH2 13 WTR would be great choices. Lastly, if you are 175lbs+ the Marker Jester or Rossignol FKS 140 would be the best choices.
Answered : Jan 03, 2014
By : Thom, Product Specialist