As its name implies, K2's Wayback is a touring/ski mountaineering-specific plank designed for longer and deeper forays into the backcountry. The Wayback weighs in at a respectable 6 lbs 8.5 ounces per pair, while offering 88mm of width underfoot. Yes, this is a tad skinny by today's freeride standards, but for that compromise you're getting a good weight-to-area ratio plus a relatively modern (more...)
— June 13, 2011
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Jay August 31, 2012 at 6:58 pm
i've been using the waybacks as my spring touring ski in the tetons for the last couple seasons and i've been very happy with them. extremely versatile in a variety of snow conditions.