2022 K2 Disruption 82 Ti Skis with MXCell 12 TCX Bindings

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K2 Disruption 82 Ti Skis with Bindings

The K2 Disruption 82 Ti skis with bindings are a fantastic choice for front-side rippers who are looking for a bit of width to their carving ski. While 82 mm underfoot may not seem wide, for the build, construction, and technology, it does make a difference especially in terms of the balance point of the skis. Narrower skis grip better on ice like a hockey skate but can be twitchy and grabby if you're not on them all the time. With the 82 Ti, the skier can relax a little bit but when it's go time, these skis will seriously light it up. There's a lot to like about the new build and design of these skis and it mostly starts with the Titanal I-Beam. This metal laminate runs nearly the length of the ski and extends to the edges underfoot. Towards the tips and tails, the metal laminate is found mostly in the central portion of the ski. This gives the ski a ton of stiffness in the fore-aft flex, and it helps keep the edges of the skis maneuverable enough to make some quick and powerful turns. Dark Matter Damping technology shoulders a lot of the blame as far as reducing vibrations and creating a smooth ride. K2 has sandwiched a damp material in between two layers of carbon in specific zones in the tips and tails. These are normally the areas where skiers see either vibrations or loss of edge control but with the Dark Matter Damping zones, the chatter is kept to a minimum. For skiers looking to make the most out of their time on the groomers, the K2 Disruption 82 Ti skis with bindings are an amazing setup.

Features:

  • Sidecut: 125/82/111
  • Turn Radius: 18.4 meters at 177 cm length
  • Wood Core
  • Titanal I-Beam
  • Speed Rocker
  • Dark Matter Damping
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers 

All-Mountain
Groomers

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2022 K2 Disruption 82 Ti Skis with MXCell 12 TCX Bindings

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Looking to replace a 2015 K2 AMP Rictor 82 XTI with a comparable ski, but with better carving ability. I'm 5'6" and 155. The K2s are 170 cm. West coast expert skier, but just moved to the South. Trying to up my carving game on the groomers. Would this be a suitable replacement or can you recommend anything better? Also, should I replace with the 170s or down size to 163 for a more carving oriented ski?
Question by: Southern Skier on Mar 30, 2021, 3:14 PM
Quite frankly this would have been the first ski I jumped to. You're right on point. This ski carves effortlessly, but you can really lay into them if you want to and they will respond well. I would stay in the 170cm range. You will get better stability out of the ski in that length than in the 163.

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-SE
Answer by: Matt McAlary on Apr 2, 2021, 12:54 PM
Really struggling to pick a new pair of skis to replace my Rossignol EXPERIENCE 84 AI (176cm). The reviews on your site are an amazing help, but it left me with to many choices bouncing in my head. I’d consider myself an upper intermediate to advanced skier but not close to an expert. Ski mostly on grommets now but starting to slowly venture into the trees. Leaning towards the K2 Disruption 82’s, but also looking closely at the Deacon 79’s, Deacon 80’s and the Kanjo 84’s. Intrigued by the Head Supershape e-titan, but thinking they are a little much for my current ability. Also trying to decide between length, 170/175/170, as I’m 5’10 220lbs.
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated and recommendations if you feel I left out a good option.
Question by: Chris on Feb 16, 2022, 8:47 PM
HI Chris!
I think if you're venturing off-trail, and at your level, and liked that 84 width, I'd go with the Kanjo. It's a much more upscale ski than the Experience, and you get a great blend of on-trail carving and all-mountain versatility. I'd go with the 175 in that ski.
SE
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 17, 2022, 4:59 PM

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