This just in! Strap on the K2 Broadcast Snowboard to equip yourself with a true one board quiver that can handle everything from the steep and deep to all-day freestyle sessions and everything in between. A directional twin shape and Combination Camber profile provide the platform for high speed edge control on firm snow and float in powder, while a durable high quality build ensures the Broadcast can handle anything you or the mountain can throw at it. By mixing a stable camber profile between your feet and early rise in the tip, the Directional Combination Camber sets you up for success in any snow condition. The rocker in the tip easily skips over crud and floats in pow while the camber between the feet lets you pop over any obstacle and lay trenches on groomers. At the same time the directional shape eases turn initiation to inspire confidence wherever you may find yourself. Under the hood a full length BAP core blends three types of sustainable woods to create an environmentally friendly board that provides the pop and responsiveness riders look for. The biax fiberglass laminates mix carbon for increased control and a predictable flex pattern, and a sintered base finishes off the Broadcast off with added durability and speed to get you where you're going, quickly.
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