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K2 Skis

jerseydaze

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I bought a pair of 2015 k2 Rictor skis they are supposed to have Marker bindings for some reason these have Rossignol axium.Looking for opinions on wether I’ll get a better performance if I buy marker bindings or I should just keep the rossignols.


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deadheadskier

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Not familiar with that model of K2, but the binding shouldn't matter too much on a non-system ski. As long as the DIN is within your weight range, you likely won't notice a difference.

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Glenn

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Which Markers do they have? Sometimes, one brand makes the bindings and another "brands" them as their own.
 

Hawkshot99

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K2 often offers there skis as both a system and a flat ski. K2 owns marker bindings so they are always marker as a system.
You just have a flat version that someone put a different binding.
Consider yourself lucky as marker bindings are not the greatest.

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