K2 Snowboards Party Platter Snowboard

K2 Snowboards Party Platter Snowboard
$479.95
Party Platter Snowboard by K2 Snowboards
Price subject to change | SKU: K2S00D1

K2 Snowboards Party Platter Snowboard

Inspired by the surf-slashy vibe of the K2 Cool Bean, the Party Platter Snowboard uses K2's Volume Shift, which crams a gigantic surface area into a tiny package for quick-turning maneuverability and buoyancy in powder without the truck-like turning radius of a larger deck. The "smaller is better" design philosophy of the Party Platter allows you to downsize by a whopping seven to ten centimeters from your normal board, giving you a fun-loving option for messing around the park, dipping into tree stashes, and gliding across mellow powder fields. Looking at the board's stubby-short outline, you'll immediately notice similarities with the Cool Bean, making it inherently more playful than a traditional board when you're slashing banked turns between the trees, railing carves on fresh corduroy, and spreading butters down the mountain. However, the main difference between the Cool Bean and Party Platter lies in its rounded, skate-inspired tail, which forgoes the swallowtail cut-out for a bit more snap off small jumps and natural hits. The Party Platter's Directional Rocker profile is predominately flat throughout the board's running length, with a large, upturned nose effortlessly planing above the snow on those deep days when your friends are struggling to stay afloat. Since it's a tapered directional board, the tail naturally drops into fresh powder, making it a worthy contender for finding fresh stashes in the trees and soulfully slashing across open bowls. And because it's centered along the effective edge, you'll find you can actually ride and land switch when you're cruising party laps through the park with your friends.

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