If you're itching to join the freeride revolution, the Thrilluvit 85 is the perfect choice for crossing over and exploring the trend. Silky smooth turn initiation and pivot power are the story of the all-terrain rocker profile on the Thrilluvit, and the 85mm waist allows for quick edge changes when the terrain demands your attention. We didn't skimp on the tech on this freeride ski either—you'll find K2's women's specific BioKonic core at the heart of the construction on this gateway freeride ski.
The K2 Alliance has always been at the forefront of developing the most badass women's specific skis and we've done it again with our latest collection incorporating the all-new BIOkonic Technology. The goal for the Alliance was the create a collection of skis designed from the ground up to specifically address the needs of female skiers of every level, type, and size; delivering the appropriate balance of performance attributes while maintaining accessibility for a wide group of skiers.
Our Alliance and R&D crew have taken a Women’s First Design approach to the development of BIOkonic technology. The concept is simple, taking the BIOlogical approach to how women ski. It doesn’t mean just taking a men’s ski and moving the mounting point forward; it’s a holistic approach to the overall design of the ski, matching the shape, flex profile and material distribution to the needs of female skiers. Moreover, BIOkonic technology allows us to optimize these attributes throughout all sizes of each model, ensuring that all women can benefit from BIOkonic. We are taking it back to basics and delivering on what women want; an energetic and consistent feel coupled with performance and precision to ensure the ultimate skiing experience.
Hybrid Sidewall Construction
Blending a sidewall construction underfoot with a full cap construction in the extremities. The sidewall section gives the ski accuracy, power and performance while the capped regions reduce overall ski weight and ease turn initiation and finish
Bioflex Konic Technology
Women's specific core integrated into the Konic Technology design, with a Bioflex (Aspen and Paulownia) wood along the perimeter of the ski and Nanolight composite through the center for reduced swing weight with a smooth flex profile. A 5% reduction in overall weight vs a tradition core yields a 15% reduction in swing weight.