Wednesday, December 12, 2007

K2 Apache Stryker Ski with Marker Binding, Save over 40%

Integrated ski and binding packages continue to be popular for the vast majority of skiers looking for skis and bindings. With packages reaching and surpassing $1,000, many skiers in the market to buy skis need to look for deals on closeout skis to stay within their budgets. One of the best values we have seen is the deal of the week from Sun and Ski Sports. Purchase the K2 Stryker Ski with Marker binding package for only $549, includes free shipping. This deal of the week represents over a 40% discount on the regular price. Buy now and save.

A little details on this great ski package:

New in 07 was the K2 Apache Stryker Skis With Marker M1 12.0 Bindings. This ski and binding package from K2 skis was designed to be the perfect balance of ease, forgiveness and all mountain performance. Excelling in all snow conditions and terrain, the K2 Stryker Skis with Marker M1 12.0 bindings is designed to carve groomers as effortlessly as it rolls through softer snow and crud. Making this an excellent all mountain ski for many skiers. A moderate 74mm waist combined with a healthy degree of sidecut and forgiving flex provides the K2 Stryker Skis with Marker M1 12.0 Bindings with the perfect amount of performance and versatility. The new K2 Stryker Skis With Marker M1 12.0 Bindings integrated binding system and redesigned Mod Technology provides the Stryker with great performance for a variety of skier types.

Dimensions: 118/74/103
Target Performance: 60% Groomed/ 40% Ungroomed
Radius: 17m@174cm
Construction: Torsion Box W/Fir Aspen Core
Features: MOD Technology, MOD Monic, Triaxial Braided,
K2/Marker M1 12.0 Bindings

Join Mountain Sports Club and save an additional $10 on this purchase and on lift tickets, lodging travel and more. One year memberships now on special sale, only $10.95. Use promotion code dec07 and register now, regular priced at $29.95!! Offer valid through December 31, 2007 and includes a one year magazine subscription to your choice of Freeskier or Snowboard magazine.

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