The K2 iKonic 80Ti is designed to be skied by the advanced to expert skier looking to spend most of their time on the groomers and hit the ungroomed terrain from time to time. K2's new Konic Technology reduces the weight of the ski and improves the maneuverability by redistributing the weight from the center and moving it to the outside edges. The wood core has the lightweight Aspen at the center and a heavier, more powerful Fir over the edge then a thin layer of titanal is added on top to stiffen up the ride. The iKonic 80Ti has Hybritech Sidewalls that have a slight Cap Construction in the tips and tails and a Vertical Sidewall on the majority of the ski to provide a firm edge hold and beef up its torsional strength. The All Terrain Rocker has rocker in the tip to keep you on top of the fresh stuff and initiate turns effortlessly on the groomers. Camber underfoot gives you edge hold and rebound. Rocker in the tail releases you from turns with less effort and improves your bump skiing ability. If you want a ski that will roll through turns on the groomers, be stable at speed and easy to maneuver, the K2 iKonic 80Ti will impress you.
All Terrain Rocker
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Hi, Kyle here with the Ikonic 80 Ti. I like this ski so I'm going to give it 4 out of 5 stars. It's going to be for your front face people that are kind of just getting into charging hard and want to progress. It does have metal in it so it's got that layer of titanium in it so it will be dampening instead of chattery and it will hold edges really well so if you're a beginner trying to get a little bit more progressive, go check it out.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the K2 Ikonic 80 Ti. I give this ski 3 out of 5 stars. It's more for that intermediate to advanced skier. I didn't find it very stable, it just kind of wandered aimlessly in and out of a turn It just really couldn't hold a good edge, it didn't really want to make any turn shape. It just wasn't one of those skis that did anything for me. 3 out of 5.
Hi, my name is Josh. I just got off the Ikonic 80 Ti by K2. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. This is a great ski for that guy who's looking for a nice, stiff, stable, long turning ski. Likes to stick to the groomed stuff but if you're a frontside skier, this is an awesome ski for you. The metal frame makes it nice and stable in those long turns. So, for that advanced to kind of advanced to expert level skier, this would be a great ski for you.
Hey, it's Hunter. Just got off the K2 Ikonic 80 Ti. This is a 3 out of 5 star ski for me. It's for your cruising advanced skier who wants a ski that's nimble and light edge-to-edge but not demanding to ski all day. If you want a little more backbone out of your ski, there are better choices but if you want a quick transition without a lot of work, this is a good ski to look at. I give it 3 out of 5 stars.
Hi, this is Thom and I just got off of the K2 Ikonic 80 Ti. I'm going to give this ski 3 out of 5 stars. There's nothing special here but it's just a really predictable ski. It's very, very easy to maneuver but it just kind of likes a medium, casual type turn shape. So, if you're just looking for something that's going to be a good cruising around ski, not really going to charge, not really going to push it and stick to the frontside it's a good option. 3 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Andy. I just got off the K2 Ikonic 80 Ti. This is a good advanced intermediate ski. It's good at speed. It does great slow turns. Good edge grip and you can also plow over the edge and slide it around. Anyway, I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars.