2015/2016 K2 Fulluvit 98 Ti ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its women’s All-Mountain Back Category.



K2’s Fulluvit elicited an “OMG!” out of Kelly, who adds that “This agile ski is effortless to turn and suitable for all levels.” New for 2015/16, K2 adds Channel Light Core technology to the Fulluvit 98 Ti’s women-specific BioFlex core, adding grooved channels through the lightweight paulownia and bamboo center plus harder aspen wood over the edges. A thin metal laminate also runs along the ski’s perimeter, designed to increase power. Hybritech sidewalls blend cap construction with sidewalls underfoot. Testers scored the K2 Fulluvit 98 Ti high marks for versatility, lower for stability. “This friendly ski doesn’t have race hold or pop, but it can hold its own around the entire mountain,” says Rodman.