K2 Cold Shoulder Snowboard

K2 Cold Shoulder Snowboard
K2 Cold Shoulder Snowboard
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Cold Shoulder Snowboard by K2
When you're looking to tackle steep terrain, high speed runs, and bottomless powder, the Cold Shoulder delivers with its tapered directional shape and stiff flex. The stiff flex ensures you feel stable in technical terrain or while trying to break your own speed record, while a directional camber baseline offers increased edge hold and power for making your way though anything from early morning groomer laps to powdery fields. A lightweight Rhythm Core is specially designed for women riders, creating a lightweight but poppy feel to keep you from being bogged down. K2 didn't leave anything behind and included carbon stringers for added response with an ultra-fast sintered base to keep you cruising though flat spots back to the lift.

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