Originally developed with the legendary Mt. Baker as its home, the K2 Joy Driver Wide Snowboard is a hard-charging deck for riding serious alpine terrain and dropping burly cliffs into deep powder. This particular Joy Driver is wider than usual, giving big-footed riders plenty of stability for making hard carves and stomping landings. Also, it floats better than the standard deck, as the extra width provides increased buoyancy in deep powder. The Joy Driver is built on a Directional Camber profile, which maintains razor-sharp response, enhanced by the board's stiff flex pattern for holding an edge when falling simply isn't an option. Since this is a purebred freeride board, it's no surprise it's built on a directional shape for enhanced float and straight-line stability. And to add a bit more float to the board's riding disposition, K2's Tweekend continuous rocker keeps the nose floating above powder without the tendency to dive underneath like a pure camber board. K2's Bambooyah core delivers powerful snap and response, as well as beefing it up from harsh landings, and the triax fiberglass maintains a stiffer torsional flex that's intended for aggressive riders laying into high-speed carves.
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