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K2 Mindbender 106C W

K2 Mindbender 106C W
$600.00 - $750.00
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One-Liner: The definitive all-conditions, women's-specific freeride ski

No one likes a one-trick pony. Every skier needs that one set-up that can handle it all and rip despite varying forecasts. That's why we built the women's-specific Mindbender 106C W.

The 106C W features a mid-fat waist and a lightweight Aspen Veneer wood core, the perfect combination of float and fun. Coupled with Spectral Braid technology, these skis are stable despite their lighter construction and maintain complete maneuverability.

Loved by pros like Delilah Cupp, lean into the Mindbender 106C W – you'll be in for one sweet ride.

- Dimensions: 139 - 106 - 124
- Rocker: All-Terrain Rocker
- Edge Bevel: 1.5 x 1.5
- Drill Spec: 3.6 x 9.5
- Core: Solid aspen
- Tech Features 1: Spectral Braid
- Tech Features 2: Carbon Boost
- Tech Features 3: Slantwall

Gradual rise in the tip for great versatility in all conditions, with a low, short rise in the tail for added control in variable snow.

Another implementation of K2's Torsion Control Design patented Spectral Braid is a first-of-its-kind variable-angle fiber reinforcement that allows for precision-tuned torsion and flex by altering the fiber orientation along the length of the ski. Lively, energetic, and composed, skis with K2's Spectral Braid have stability and control in spades while remaining extremely maneuverable.

Longitudinal carbon stringers are laid on top of the core for added pop and rebound.

Adding a 30-degree angle to the sidewall in K2's Hybritech construction, Slantwall increases a ski's agility and responsiveness while maintaining accuracy and power.

Skier WeightSkier HeightSki Length
lbs/kg ft/In Expert (cm) Intermediate (cm)
100+ / 45+ 4'6"+ 134+ 124+
110+ / 50+ 4'9"+ 146+ 136+
120+ / 55+ 5'0"+ 159+ 149+
130+ / 59+ 5'3"+ 166+ 156+
140+ / 63+ 5'6"+ 170+ 160+
150+ / 68+ 5'9"+ 177+ 167+
170+ / 77+ 6'0"+ 184+ 174+
190+ / 86+ 6'2"+ 191+ 181+

Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?

With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.

Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.