Ski review K2 Superfree
All-mountain ski with all terrain rocker
I would say that the K2 Superfree ski is a light and easy to turn ski, which works okay on and off-piste. This lady ski is an allround ski, which means in my opinion, that you are skiing with a more or less all-terrain ski and it does. The ski is not suitable for the more expert skiing ladies though, then you really need something which is more heavy in weight, so that you can work the skis really hard.
Cheapest price we found K2 Superfree ski 2014 for sale:
So if you are an beginner or intermediate skier, I would advise this all-mountain ski. The Superfree ski is very stable and really helps you to make turns in an easy manner. The ski is good for parallel turns, and carving as well. But to my opinion not suitable for extreme carving.
Beginner - intermediate
70% piste - 30% off-piste
Easy, relaxed, forgiving
All terrain, nothing extreme
Nice ski for beginners
Superfree ski suits powder, a bit
Skiing with the K2 Superfree through powder was okay! The skis don’t dip into the snow, and turning is still light. If you go for more extreme powder skiing, you better use a ski specifically made for powder.
K2 about Superfree
Superfree is for advanced to expert level skiërs, according to K2. In my opinion that is a bit too high for this ski, just too relaxed. So overall, the K2 Superfree is good allround ski. It’s not made for extreme skiing, but it helps you to conquer all type of pistes. I personally like a ski with more ‘signature’. But then again if you are an intermediate skiing lady who wants a ski for all terrains and doesn’t ski too extreme, this ski could suite you!
Dimensions of the Superfree ski
Lenght (cm): 139, 146, 153, 160, 167
Sidecut (mm ): 120-76-104
Radius at 160 length (m): 14
For starters the Salomon BBR Sunlite is interesting too. The Atomic Cloud 8 is a more specific piste ski for intermediate female skiers and pretty easy to ski. If you want to look at an all-mountain ski for higher skilled ladies, there is the Salomon Origins Bamboo.