Ditch the rental gear and aid their progression by getting them the skis you wish you had when you were their age. - Duracap Construction
From deep pow to the park and everywhere in between, the Reckoner 102 heeds the call. So whether you're whipping cork threes off of cattracks or pivoting through tight east coast trees, the Reckoner 102 will treat you right. Mash, bash, and float. Jump, bounce, and charge. It's the ski you need. Like, actually need.
You know that ski you want for every occasion? The ski that jumps, slarves, slashes and cuts. The ski that can bounce pillows to the ground floor, hit jumps late into the afternoon sun, and snipe transitions when the pow has been tracked. The Reckoner 112.
We needed a big-mountain slayer that can bounce switch and crush pillows. A ski that charges through pow but still can play. So we built the K2 Reckoner 122. With a directional twin shape reinforced by Spectral Braiding, this ski bucks all convention. Creatures in the deep are lurking out there; take the plunge.
Your little grom has outgrown those rental skis and is ready for a pair of their own. Featuring Duracap construction and a composite core, the K2 Missy's will take them skiing to new levels.
With the same vibe and look as the full-sized version, the Poacher Junior offers the same stance and feel for those vertically challenged rippers with Dew Tour Dreams. And thanks to the Aspen Core and durable cap construction, these skis will last long enough to get him there.
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