Best Women's Freestyle Ski

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The K2 Missconduct has been a favorite choice for women dedicated to ripping up the park, and have managed to net a couple of podium appearances over the course of their history. This year, K2 is keeping the same proven design but rebranded the series as the Midnight.

The change in name comes with updated topsheets, but all of the things that previously made the Missconduct a favorite inside the rope line remain.

The Midnight is sitting at 88mm underfoot, with a good amount of camber and a rockered twintip build. There’s nothing crazy about the design but it does make the ski more than capable of sliding rails and stomping landings consistently and predictably.

Given the shape, it’s no slouch when it comes to hooking your edges into groomers either.

The only thing holding the Midnight back is it’s limited application on the rest of the mountain, if that’s a dealbreaker then you should take a look at the Reckoner Alliance 92 for something a bit less specialized.

Our Overall Review

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

4.6

Reasons to buy:

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    Proven park ski that handles jumps and rails as well as anything else
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    Solid frontside performance and energetic carving capabilities

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markMore of a frontside and park ski than an all-mountain

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Midnight

Specs & Features

  • All Terrain Twin Rocker
  • Aspen Core
  • Carbon Boost Brain Reinforcement
  • TwinTech Sidewalls (increased impact resistance)
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker
  • Sizes range from 149-169cm
See the complete list of the best K2 Skis here!

Related Reviews

Our Overall Review

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

4.6

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    Proven park ski that handles jumps and rails as well as anything else
  • check-mark
    Solid frontside performance and energetic carving capabilities

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markMore of a frontside and park ski than an all-mountain

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