The ski of choice for the reigning world champion Pato Font, the KD 12K Font Edition is built using our proven shape with a couple of specific tweaks that give the Mexican the edge he needs. Just like the heart of a lion, the machined PVC core is central to what sets the KD 12K trick ahead of the pack, not only is it lightweight but it gives a precision fitment within the mould that leaves zero chance of tiny resin or air pockets within the ski. Whilst maintaining the overall shape, KD have further enhanced its performance by tweaking the flex zones to give the ski more pop for flips and ski lines. Utilising spread tow carbon fibre in the lay-up as apposed to the cheaper woven option enables flatter filaments that are thinner and straighter, resulting in greater tailoring between each layer. Zoning these ultra-thin carbon sheets allows KD to ensure a ski that has unique flex characteristics depending on where you test it, while maintain extremely high load capability and an improved surface finish for a more aesthetic appearance.
With its exclusive rolled tip/tail corners and bevelled rails, the KD 12K Font Edition is the most stable platform available for toes on the market. The ski intuitively becomes an extension of the skier, with great feedback rates for a responsive ride that allows the rider to push harder and further without fear of edge bites. With names like Font, Briant, Fortamps and Seimers helping with the development it’s clear to see why the KD 12K is helping to make trick skiing one of the fasted growing disciplines.