Delivering on both power and precision, at an ultra light 1700g, the Recon 130 is fully equipped with a heat-moldable shell, an aggressive 130 flex rating, and our top-of-the-line Powerfit Pro liner -- making this boot one of our most versatile yet.
Proof that added performance doesn’t mean added weight, this award-winning boot is back for another year and ready to rally. Available in 98mm (LV) and 100mm (MV) lasts to accommodate a wide variety of foot shapes.
The Recon 130 is loved by pros like Joss Christensen.
Before using your new boots, you must have an authorized K2 Skis retailer check your boot, binding, and sole setup. K2 Skis boot soles must only be changed by an authorized retailer.
K2's highest-performance shell design, utilizing shell walls of varying thicknesses and four different types of TPU to provide the ultimate combination of light weight and responsiveness.
FAST FIT ENTRY:
Softer TPU designed into the instep area of Powerlite shell for quick and easy entry and exit.
A rivet-free technology that integrates the cuff and shell, putting less stress on the boot’s material and produces a smoother, progressive flex.
A rear co-injected “Y” shaped support that adds strength and power to the Energy Interlock in order to maximize fore/aft flex efficiency and lateral stiffness for responsiveness in every type of terrain.
Both the boot's shell and cuff are capable of being heat-molded to a variety of foot shapes for a true custom fit.
POWERFIT PRO LINER:
Pre-molded and lasted with Ultralon heat-moldable foam. Featuring stiffer foam and a stiff, asymmetric tongue for added power and energy transmission, pre-molded ankle pockets, and a high-density power collar.
GRIP WALK OUTSOLES:
Removable and interchangeable ISO 23223 alpine rockered soles collaboratively designed to work with Marker’s Grip Walk binding system for better grip and added comfort when walking and standing in boots, but doesn’t compromise the power transmission and release function between the boot and binding when skiing. Preinstalled.
TRUST A PROFESSIONAL:
Before using your new boots, you must have an authorized K2 Ski retailer check your boot, binding, and sole setup. K2 Ski boot soles must only be changed by an authorized retailer.