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K2 Wayback 106 Skis · 2023

K2 Wayback 106 Skis · 2023

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Ski length (cm)Fit & size guide
172 cm
179 cm
186 cm
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Product details

A mid-fat waist and a shape that excels in soft snow make the Wayback 106 your clear choice for when it’s deep and weight is a concern. We put Titanal in our touring skis for unmatched downhill performance and stability, while still keeping things light enough for long days on the skin track. Click into the Wayback 106 and you’ll be wondering why you’ve spent so much time waiting in lift lines.

Age Group
Adult
Gender
Men's
Includes bindings
No
Model year
2023
Ski Type
Backcountry
Skill level
Advanced, Expert
Rocker profile
Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Tail profile
Flat
Tail width (mm)
124
Tip width (mm)
136
Turning radius (m)
22
Waist width (mm)
106
Terrain
Touring/Backcountry
Core/Laminates
Carbon, Metal, Wood
K2 Wayback 106 Skis · 2023
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Luke Hinz
Luke Hinz
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Oct 19, 2022

As a touring ski, the Wayback 106 is a fun-loving, easy going ski that appeals to a wide arrange of skiers. Its incredibly light at 1500 grams per ski in the 179 cm length, meaning you sometimes forget its still attached to your feet. But K2 stiffens the ski with a Titanal metal laminate underfoot to give it strength and stability. The Wayback really shines in soft snow and powder, and the all terrain rocker makes it super surfy and super fun for smearing your way through deep snow. Its lightweight nature can get knocked around a bit in more variable snow, but other than that, the Wayback is the perfect one ski quiver for doing mellow hot laps in the sidecountry or all-day missions deep into the mountains.

Carl Beach
Carl Beach
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Oct 19, 2022

Being one of the lightest mid-fat touring skis out there at around 1500 grams per ski, these keep your legs fresh on ascents but are really strong once you get your turns in. These are particularly stiff underfoot and at the tail, giving you a lot of spring out of a turn while allowing the front part of the ski to float in powder well and provide great turn initiation.