[Editor’s Note: Our review was conducted on the 16/17 K2 Poacher, which is unchanged for '17-18 and '18-19 and '19-20, except for the graphics]. The Roofbox is back with one aim: No bullshit, in-depth ski reviews, by ski bums for ski bums. No sponsored athletes, no ‘we took 3 runs at a ski test’. Brands send us the sticks and we spend a solid chunk of our own seasons shredding them. Then when, and only when, we’ve spent enough time on a ski to judge it fully, we tell you what we honestly think about the pros and cons of a ski and who we think it will work for. It’s a matter of pride for us that ‘NS Tested ‘means something and that we advise you as best as possible what you should be slinging in your roofbox. K2′s theme for 2017 is simplification. Last season in their park/all mountain jib line there were three widths of Shreditors (92/102/112) and the Domains. This year they have dropped the lot and replaced them with just two skis: The Poacher and The Marksman. Broadly speaking the Poacher blends elements of the Domain, Shreditor 92 and the 102 to form the narrower of the two new skis, and the Marksman takes over from the 102 and the 11...