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Fatty Skiboards

Not every day on the mountain is about charging or going as big as you possibly can. The K2 Fatty Ski Blades are a great way to spend a casual spring afternoon or to get some attention in the base area. They also offer a pretty unique perspective on your home mountain. Those jibby runs will feel a lot different with so little underfoot. 

Ski blades are definitely a gimmick, but they’re a good one. The influence of Line’s early “skiboards” is undeniable. If you’ve never had the gratifying experience of ripping around sunny slopes on a pair, you’re definitely missing out. K2’s ski blades are great for two reasons. The first is K2’s reputation as a manufacturer of performance inline skates, in addition to their ski catalog. The second is the Fatty’s compatibility with pretty much any alpine toe binding.

The Fatty’s aren’t going to be your only pair of skis or even your second pair of skis. But if you want something fun that you can easily trade with your friends on an easy-riding day, then you’d be missing out not to give these a try. 

Note that these are ski blades, not conventional skis. But they provide unconventional fun too. Check out this 80s themed montage:

Our Overall Review

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

5

Things we like:

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    Pure, unadulterated fun
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    Bindings allow you to swap them out with your friends quickly

Things we don't like:

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Specs & Features

  • "Duracap" fused core and topsheet
  • Included binding system compatible with almost any boot
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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:

5

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    Pure, unadulterated fun
  • check-mark
    Bindings allow you to swap them out with your friends quickly

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThis product is beyond reproach

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