There's a reason why K2 skis continue to rank in the top five brands in U.S. snowboard sales, and why K2 snowboards continue to be rated in the Good Wood Rating of Snowboard Magazine.
There's a reason why K2 skis continue to rank in the top five brands in U.S. Snowboard sales, and why K2 snowboards continue to be rated in the Good Wood Rating of Snowboard Magazine.
K2 started making skis in 1962, with the aim to be the best ski company in the world - and to have the most fun doing it. This ambition lives on today and is evident in every ski product they make. When they created the first ski featuring a fibreglass-wrapped torsion box, K2 in essence invented the modern snow ski as we know it.
K2 branched out into snowboards in 1987, adopting the same philosophy they used to master the ski market: creating true quality and, of course, having fun. Since then, their original concepts and technology have seriously driven snowboarding forward, and K2 now have a great selection of world-famous snowboards that people turn to again and again to get the job done.
K2 skis, snowboards, bags, boots, and bindings all boast innovative designs and the latest technology to ensure when you buy K2, you're always getting the best.
In addition to K2's epic products, the company have also been constructing the game-changing Full Tilt 3-piece boots for decades. And now the fine folks at K2 have absorbed the Full Tilt designs into their all-conquering boot line-up. It means you can still get the feel and performance of many of the legendary Full Tilt boots, they've just been branded K2 and renamed. For example, if your go-to boot was the Dropkick, you now have the Revolver; if you previously rode either the Descendant or Plush, the Method family will now be what you're after; if you loved the First Chair or Soul Sister, the K2 Revolver Team and Revolver Pro Women’s will have you covered. We have a small collection of boots, tongues and apparel still branded as Full Tilt right here