World Wide Weapon Snowboard - Wide by K2 Snowboards
Whether you're slaying urban handrails in the cold, dark winters of Helsinki or lapping the park under bluebird skies in Colorado, the K2 World Wide Weapon Wide Snowboard is the premiere choice of rail slayers seeking a locked-in feel and buttery flex for destroying kinked handrails and dominating park jibs. One of the softest boards in K2's line, the World Wide Weapon is purposely designed for hitting urban rails and dropping into terrain parks. The twin shape benefits from K2's JibTip design, which elongates the board's effective edge and shortens the tips. Because its effective edge is longer, you can downsize by four to five centimeters while maintaining the same control as a normal size board. Since this particular version is much wider, you'll find it's both solid and stable on landings for big-footed freestyle riders. The WWW is now rocking camber underfoot, which gives you a locked-in feel on rails and better control while tracking into freestyle features. It still retains the rocker tip and tail, which frees up the tips from catching and infuses a bit more playfulness for buttering and jibbing. Since it's made primarily for jibbing, the aspen wood core and biax fiberglass maintains a buttery-soft flex, as well as ensuring durability needed for regular thrashings. It's equipped with an extruded base, which is both easy to repair and low-maintenance, should you forget to wax it throughout the season.
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