Ski review K2 Aftershock
What an easy going ski this is. The K2 Aftershock carves nice truns effortlesly. Whatever the circumstances this ski performs well. Wether the slopes are hard and icy, soft with loose snow or bumpy and moguls, the K2 Aftershock just floats over them. But when you want to attack the mountain and race down at top speed, this ski lacks a lot in stability.
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The K2 Aftershock is so easy to ski, that there's no power needed at all to steer this ski round the corner. The front rocker and rounded tail make this ski almost as manoeuvrable as a slolom ski. But it is not a slalom ski. The Aftershock lacks acceleration in turns and stability at higher speed.
80% piste - 20 off-piste
Bad stability at high speed
Smooth and effortles carving
No effort, no challenge
Therefore this ski is made for those days that you have a tremendous hangover. You know what I mean: no power in your legs, no sharp mind to attack the mountain. You just want everything to be relaxed. That's all the K2 Aftershock is: relaxed.
This ski is made for...
The intermediate skier that doesn't bother remaining an intermediate skier. Skiing the K2 Aftershock you'll never get tired. But you'll never get challenged either.
Dimensions of the Aftershock ski
Length (cm): 167, 174, 181
Sidecut (mm): 130-86-114
Radius (m): 16, 17, 18
Another effortless all-mountain ski is the Elan Amphibio Waveflex 82 XTI Fusion. That ski is revolutionary. The Rossignol Experience 78 is a cruiser as well, but much better than the Aftershock. The Nordica Fuel is an excellent all-mountain ski for intermediates and advanced skiers.