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Do you like to go fast? Are you not satisfied until all of your friends are mere specks on the hill behind you? Do you revel in comments like “Dude, maybe you should slow it down a little bit?” 

If you’re an advanced skier who refuses to let a ski control you, the Disruption MTI’s are your ticket to the bottom of the hill. They are absolute groomer nukers, sure to leave twin tracks of burning snow in perfect s-turns all the way down the mountain. 

At its heart, it’s a pretty standard carving ski. Still, the intricacies of the MTI’s construction is what sets it apart from the competition. K2 runs a single titanal beam along most of the ski’s length, which lends the MTI some serious umph. It’s further dampened by a ring of polymer sandwiched between two carbon layers, which circles the perimeter of the ski. 

The Disruption is a well-engineered carver that feels eager to roll from edge to edge. It’s not the right ski for everyone. But Given how well it performs within the confines of its design, it certainly holds appeal for a vast number of ex-racers and ski pros who favor big, charging turns.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4

Reasons to buy:

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    A very fast and powerful ski
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    An excellent option for recreational skiers who want a race style
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    Damp and heavy, built to fly downhill

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markHigh barrier of entry in terms of skill level
  • check-markNot a versatile ski in any way

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Specs & Features

  • Dark Matter Dampening
  • Titanal I-Beam
  • Powerwall sidewall construction
  • 165cm, 170cm, 175cm, 180cm variations
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Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    A very fast and powerful ski
  • check-mark
    An excellent option for recreational skiers who want a race style
  • check-mark
    Damp and heavy, built to fly downhill

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markHigh barrier of entry in terms of skill level
  • check-markNot a versatile ski in any way

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