Sounds like the product designers in the K2 factory have been blasting metal while they design skis. They’ve teamed up with Iron Maiden to put out a limited edition Iron Maiden Revival ski. K2 is calling them an all-mountain park ski and they have jib rocker, no camber underfoot with a rockered tip and tail. The graphics are inspired by the 1981 “Killers” album. This isn’t K2’s first foray into Maiden inspired skis. The culty 2005 Made’n AK was a slightly more big-mountain twin tip, with similar metal head graphics. They’re only producing a limited run of the Iron Maiden Revival, so if you need some Maiden in your quiver, run to the hills.
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