Developing a boot line is tough, even for a legacy ski brand such as K2. But the new Spyne makes it look easy. An improved liner does the trick—every tester made positive reference to it. K2 is emphatic that you shouldn’t have to ski like a racer to want high performance, and it shows. The Spyne can handle hard flat snow, but it’s built to shine in powder and crud, trees and bumps. “Quick and versatile,” Archer said. “We’ve seen great improvements from K2. New liner is snug and precise but still comfortable.”
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