When you're considered one of the preeminent freeskiers on the planet, it's only natural that you have a line of skis that live up to your reputation. That's why K2 picked the brain of the big mountain ninja known as Sean Pettit and developed a whole lineup of skis known as the Shreditor series. Being the widest in the lineup, the K2 Pettitor Ski sits wide with a 120mm waist that lives to devour the deepest days and stomp the biggest pillow lines you dare point them down. Now, don't be lured into thinking that this hard charging ski just rests on its laurels and coasts on name alone, which is pretty dope by the way. A slew of features help make this ski an incredibly adept big mountain beast that will have you charging pillow lines, throwing threes off of huge drops, and buttering off every wind lip on the mountain. The powder rocker profile puts rocker in the tip and tail, giving the ski a nimble, pivoty feel in pow, while just a smidgen of camber underfoot offers some edge hold for when you're bombing groomers back to the base area. The Pettitor has a playful, yet solid fir and aspen wood core, giving the ski a smooth and relatively stiff flex pattern, which is supported by a triaxial braided fiberglass laminate for enhanced torsional rigidity. A tapered tip pushes the widest contact point of the ski back from the tip for better deflection in soft snow and to ease turn initiation when conditions are bottomless.