K2 Snowboards WildHeart Snowboard - Women's

K2 Snowboards WildHeart Snowboard - Women's
$499.95
WildHeart Snowboard - Women's by K2 Snowboards
Price subject to change | SKU: K2S00DI

K2 Snowboards WildHeart Snowboard - Women's

Ready for everything from winter's onslaught of bottomless powder to springtime melt laps in your Hawaiian shirt, the K2 Wildheart Women's Snowboard is a surfy freeride board with a stubby directional shape that floats, carves, and slashes with authoritative control. Originally inspired by K2 freeride phenom Leanne Pelosi, the WildHeart ignites your love of seeking out fresh stashes in the trees, sending cliff drops into fluffy powder, and perfecting euro carves on fresh morning corduroy. The tapered directional shape with Shifted Camber features a large, spoon-like nose combined with a set-back camber profile that's most powerful under the back foot. By shifting the camber under the rear foot, you'll find it absolutely rails carves with plentiful snap for boosting off natural features and small jumps. To enhance float, the tapered shape's pinched-in tail naturally drops the rear into the snow, keeping the nose buoyantly swimming above the deep stuff. Add in K2's Tweekend rocker at the tip for even greater float, as the nose resists diving beneath the snow by continuously rising with a long radius arc. It's packing K2's Volume Shift Shaping, which drastically improves the board's float and stability by widening the waistline, in turn giving you the same volume as a much longer snowboard. In fact, K2 recommends you downsize by five to seven centimeters when riding the Wildheart, allowing you to reap the benefits of maximum maneuverability and playfulness without sacrificing your ability to float across powder or rip down the mountain at high speeds. Delving inside this freeride specialist, the WildHeart is packing a women's-specific Rhythm wood core that's touted as "reducing swing weight" and creating a "lighter feel with super fast transitions from edge to edge." It's reinforced with Carbon Torque Forks, which are carbon stringers that extend from the bindings to opposing contact points. Carbon stringers enhance the overall snap and stability of the board, cr...

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