Newly redesigned for the 2020 winter season, the K2 Party Platter is a short all-mountain snowboard that excels in powder due to its Volume Shift technology. Volume shift allows you to size the Party Platter 7-10cms, giving you a fun-loving option for messing around the park, dipping into tree stashes, and gliding across powder fields. New for this year, K2 extended the running length to increase stability while on edge and added volume to the tail to increase slash power and aide in riding switch. K2 also switched over to Combination Camber to improve its all-mountain performance without losing its soul for riding powder. The Party Platter's Combination Camber profile is predominately cambered throughout the board's running length, with a large, upturned nose that effortlessly planes 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. A pre-curved Ollie Bar is added between the inserts to add snap and stability at higher speeds. A BAP core combines 3 sustainably-harvested timbers to reduce weight while maintaining strength, and the biax fiberglass laminates offer a smooth, predictable flex pattern. And finally, the sintered base adds durability and keeps you ripping fast from the beginning of the season to the late spring slush.
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