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K2 Skis Announces New Boot Line for 2013/14 Season

K2 Skis has confirmed that they will be deveoloping a line of ski boots set to be released for the 2013/14 season.  The boots won't be unveiled until next show season so you'll have to sit tight for about a year.  With Full Tilt being the sister company of K2 Skis, we can only imagine what the boots will look like.  Will they be a redesigned three-piece shell similar to Full Tilt or something completely different?  An overlapping shell perhaps? The boots are set to be released just in time for K2 skis 50th anniversary.  No better way to celebrate a birthday than by introducing a new line of ski boots.  What did you do for your last birthday?

K2 Snowboards has been making boots for some time now and the parent company of K2 Sports, the Jarden Corportation also owns Madshus, makers of cross country skis and boots.  So between snowboard boots, Full Tilt ski boots and Madshus cross country ski boots this should be a walk in the park for K2 Skis.

“Our success is based on consistently providing innovative product that makes skiing more fun and approachable for a wider variety of participants. It all starts with the comfort and performance of ski boots,” said Anthony De Rocco, president and CEO of K2 Sports.

We don't know about you, but we're pretty excited about this.  We'll keep you posted as we get more information.

via - Outdoor Business Update

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