If you're looking to progress your snowboarding skills, then you've come to the right place. The K2 Bright Lite Women's Snowboard is built with one goal in mind: to take your riding to the next level. It has a mid-soft flex and a catch-free profile that helps you step up your freestyle game and have fun anywhere on the mountain. The Bright Lite starts with K2's Directional Rocker Baseline profile. This mostly flat profile employs slightly higher rise at the tip than the tail to give the Bright Lite a loose buttery feel while maintaining responsive edge control and stability. The twin shape uses K2's Hyper Progressive sidecut, with an infinite number of turn radii that progress from mellow at the tips to aggressive between the bindings. The result is a predictable feel with tons of control, but with mellow, non-hooking contact points at the tip and tail. Hybritech construction uses sidewalls along the running surface that flow into cap construction at the tip and tail for durability, optimized turn initiation, and reduced swing weight. Biax glass offers a buttery flex for easy turn initiation and smooth presses, and an all-wood Rhythm core provides the right balance of strength and weight without the need for any questionable materials that you can't pronounce. Finish it off with an easy-to-repair extruded base and you've got a board that's ready to take you to the next level.
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