A new type of ski rack for k2 ski boards, by Chris Kelleher, IEEE Spectrum
Posted July 16, 2018 06:00:00When you’re looking for a new kind of ski board for your k2 or k3, you might look at skis, but skis don’t make for good snowboarding racks.
So what do you do?
Ski racks have been around for a while, but they’re just not good enough for k3s, which have their own unique design that requires more structural support.
For a long time, there was one solution to the k3 problem, but now, a new design called ski-rack is trying to make the world’s best ski racks for k1s.
The company, Ski Rack Labs, has developed an innovative, high-strength, carbon-fiber ski-retention design called a ski-roller that it claims can outperform any current ski-rear rack.
The company claims the new ski-rack will have the same performance as ski-rollers, but with the added bonus of being stronger and lighter.
It’s not just the new design that will make it better for k5s, the company claims that it can also make the ski-board rack lighter and more durable.
The new ski sled, which is essentially a ski sled with two sled poles, is much lighter than the current sleds that ski boards use, which are typically over 30 pounds.
“The ski sleds on the market are designed for skiers with a maximum speed of 50-60mph and can withstand very high loads,” says Ski Rack founder and CEO Chris Killeher.
“The ski-ripper is designed to handle the same kind of loads as skis on the k1, but it can handle more and lift a lot more weight than a ski board does.”
In addition to its strength, the ski sled also has additional structural support, and the company is making sure that the sled poles have enough room to carry the ski and ski-roll without causing any structural damage.
“Our new ski design is engineered with high strength to ensure it’s a tough, reliable product for your skiers,” Killehems CEO says.
“It’s also lightweight and strong.
That means it can be carried in an avalanche or other extreme conditions.
It also means that you can carry it safely with you anywhere.”
The ski wheel is not the only part of the sled that’s made of carbon fiber.
The sled also features a ski roller, which Killehes says is the same ski-rig design as the ski wheels on the ski wheel, but is made from a lightweight, high strength carbon fiber called “k2”.
It’s made by SKIDO, the largest supplier of ski roll.
The ski roll is the part of your k1 that you use to roll up your sled.
The ski roll attaches to a sled wheel by a series of ski-strap mounts.
When the ski roll comes out of the rollers, the skiers gets the weight of the ski without the weight-bearing weight of a ski wheel.
In terms of weight, the new sled is a lot lighter than a current ski sled.
Its a new ski wheel that skiers can ride on a k1 ski board.
This design uses two ski-wheels that sit in parallel.
SKIDO has been developing skid-rollers for the ski industry for over 15 years, and it’s been able to make them stronger and more reliable.
In 2016, the first prototype was tested in snow conditions, and Killeheres team says that the new product is more than twice as strong as the current ski roller.
So, what’s the big deal?
Well, the team says the new k1 sled is designed for k-pumps, which k1 skiers use to lift their sleds up to a height of about 6 feet.
This is an area where the ski skiers’ ski-rope attachment system is lacking.
Because of this, when a k2 sled comes out, the top of the k2 gets kicked down onto the skis.
In addition, because the ski rack is not as heavy as a ski roll, it can’t be rolled up as easily.
If you have a k3 skier on your board, the only way to get a skier off of your sled is to put your skier in a snowmobile, which takes up all of the space.
To overcome this, the Ski Rack team says they designed the ski roller to be lightweight and compact.
A ski-rolling sled with a ski loop is a common setup for k4 and k5 skiers.
In this setup, the sleds are in series, and when one sled comes off, the next sled comes in.
The idea is that as the sled is lifted off the sled-loop, the weight on the sled stays the same, allowing the skier to continue the ride.