The Dreamweaver JR skis are the next step up in the freestyle game from their younger sibling, the Missy. With an Aspen wood core, they are stronger than composite meaning they can power the ski that little bit more. Check out the Dreamweaver skis if you fancy a different graphic!
K2 say - Your little one hits every single side hit and jump in sight. She might even look up to the older girls ripping park laps and putting the boys to shame. If she’s on a mission to learn 180s, slide boxes, and jib around the entire mountain, snag her a pair of Dreamweavers. With a durable cap construction and full wood core, she’ll be developing the skills to be in podium contention sooner than you might think.
All-Terrain Twin Rocker - a gradual, extended rise at the tip and tail for added versatility and control in all conditions with twin tip skis.
Aspen Core - A single species of wood ensures consistency - giving riders the advantage of a proven flex, durability, and snap.
Duracap - A molding process that envelopes the core and internal materials with the top layer of the ski. Duracap skis are generally lighter overall, with enhaced durability and forgiveness.