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The AMP Rictor 90 performed well in all conditions during our on 2013 snow ski test in Kuhtai, Austria. It's particularly suited to skiers who enjoy more variable terrain, but also provides a smooth ride on groomed snow too. Would suit a seasonaire or advanced skier requiring that one ski for all solution.
k2 amp rictor 90 2013 ski
Advanced, Expert, Pro
All Mountain, Freeride
Best for
All mountain action with a soft spot towards the freeride end of the spectrum. Performs well in all conditions, from piste to powder - best suited for advanced to expert skiers.
163, 170, 177, 184
Low speed
High speed
Overall Score
If you’re looking to bridge the gap between a freeride and all mountain ski then the K2 AMP Rictor 90 would make a good choice.

We couldn’t give it higher marks for edge hold on-piste and they provide a solid ride that boosts confidence on every turn. They feel equally as comfortable in deeper snow too, perhaps not allowing higher speed travel in deep powder that a wider freeride ski would, but all the same making turns feel easy and controllable.

It’s a good all-rounder and would suit everyone from a recreational skier looking for one ski to do it all solution to an instructor who needs a tool for every job.

The solid construction with a wood core, metal laminates and other quality build features ensures a strong and solid ski that’s just what you’d expect from K2.
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