A cool and surfy K2 Split Bean. The short, wide proportions will make you forget what you know about how a board should ride. The long nose creates a board that's super surfy, easy to manoeuver, glides in powder and lets you lays it out on groomers.
- Tapered directional shape provides float to charge your steep and deep line of choice.
- All terrain baseline, Tweekend, fully rockered with a medium rise in the tip and lower rise in the tail for a balance of float and control.
- Ultratech construction tough, light and ready for the slapping and banging of skinning up.
- Sintered base is durable and absorbs wax well.
- Bambooyah™ blended core provides lightweight strength and durability.
- Biaxial glass on top and bottom of the core creates balanced, all-purpose flex and performance.
- Split tracks open up infinite stances.
- K2 recommends downsizing 10-15cm from your standard board length.
Sandwich and combination construction is generally used for big freeride-style skis while the lighter structural cap type of construction is more commonly found on cross-country skis.
Turning radius of the snowboard. A smaller sidecut radius results in tighter turns. Larger sidecut radius results in larger arched turns.
The portion of the metal edge in contact with the snow to engage turns. Shorter effective edges make for quicker turns. Longer effective edges help stability at high speeds.
User weight range
A good starting point for selecting ski or snowboard length. You might choose a shorter or longer length based on terrain and ability.