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K2 Apache Crossfire (2006)

Apache Crossfire

K2

2006

price$1125

Ratings
Stability At Speed: 
3.90 / 5
Maneuverability: 
3.40 / 5
Hard Snow Performance: 
3.70 / 5
Crud Performance: 
3.78 / 5
Forgiveness: 
3.40 / 5
Average Score: 
3.70 / 5

YEAR2005/2006

TIP/TAIL/WAIST115/68/99

LEVELAdvanced

LENGTHS

MSRP: $1125.00

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If you had to buy a ski without demoing it first, the Crossfire would be one of your safest bets. Testers of all shapes, sizes, and genders raved about how well-rounded, balanced, and forgiving they found this stick.??

Props

A perfect hardpack ski for weekend warriors.??

Gripes

Doesn

Tester's Take

"A true race car that even a beginner can learn to redline."

(2)
My Rating:
4
My Rating:
4
Dusted these off the other day for a Spring Ski Trip to Copper Mtn and Snowmass. Thought I was in for typical spring conditions....and thought the crossfires would be a good choice to rip the sun crusted groomers and north facing bump runs. Turned out to be mid winter conditions at Copper with 4 inches new... the old Crossfires with a 3 degree bevel were perfect cutting high speed carves down Andy's Encore at Copper as well as flying down all the front side American Eagle groomers in the AM before going off piste and hitting Patrol Chute and runs off High Sierra in the afternoon. I had forgotten how versatile this ski truly is... being the forgotten skis in the quiver. They carve like a GS race ski (just more fun) especially with the new Lange Xt's underfoot. The next day found 8 to 12 inches new on a Monday morning at Snowmass...all untracked with no one to ski it... Skied 20+ runs in the AM mostly off of Sheer Bliss in untracked pow on the carvy crossfires with no tip rocker... I must admit I missed my rockered K2 Obsetthed and Atomic Theories a bit..but the Crossfires were more then up to the task ... enjoyed every minute of it!
My Rating:
0
Dusted these off the other day for a Spring Ski Trip to Copper Mtn and Snowmass. Thought I was in for typical spring conditions....and thought the crossfires would be a good choice to rip the sun crusted groomers and north facing bump runs. Turned out to be mid winter conditions at Copper with 4 inches new... the old Crossfires with a 3 degree bevel were perfect cutting high speed carves down Andy's Encore at Copper as well as flying down all the front side American Eagle groomers in the AM before going off piste and hitting Patrol Chute and runs off High Sierra in the afternoon. I had forgotten how versatile this ski truly is... being the forgotten skis in the quiver. They carve like a GS race ski (just more fun) especially with the new Lange Xt's underfoot. The next day found 8 to 12 inches new on a Monday morning at Snowmass...all untracked with no one to ski it... Skied 20+ runs in the AM mostly off of Sheer Bliss in untracked pow on the carvy crossfires with no tip rocker... I must admit I missed my rockered K2 Obsetthed and Atomic Theories a bit..but the Crossfires were more then up to the task ... enjoyed every minute of it!
 
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