K2 Wayback 80
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- Great for late spring/summer use
- Light but can still be skied hard
- Shine on steep icy slopes and handle summer sun cups just fine
Awesome summer ski
I got these for late spring/summer use and couldn't be happier. They are very light but can still be skied hard. I have found they shine on steep icy slopes (skied bulletproof on Temple SW) and they handle those horrible summer sun cups just fine. Compared to the Waybacks 88s I find they are a bit l...
Marcus Baranow on Jul 16
53 years ago
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Waybacks with the beautiful New Zealand alps as a backdrop.
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You might not even fully realize just how much you want a ski like this. For high-volume ski touring, steep-and-rowdy firm-snow ski mountaineering, and work-week, headlamp exercise skinning, a lightweight set-up based on the K2 WayBack 80 is just the ticket. The featherweight construction flies uphi...
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