When avy conditions are making you think twice about venturing into steeper, exposed terrain, you can still have a blast surfing pow through low-angle trees on the K2 Split Bean. The splitboard version of the Cool Bean snowboard, this short, stubby swallow- tail offers incredible float and a surfy feel in a shockingly small package. Using a short and wide design, The Split Bean lets you size down 10-15cm from your normal board length to create an insanely nimble feel without sacrificing float in deep powder. There's no need to worry about struggling to find skins to fit this board, because K2 threw some in for you that are already pre-cut to fit this unique shape. The Z-Clip system makes it easy to securely attach your skins to the split skis and ensures the maximum amount of adhesion for reliable traction. A mostly flat profile with a large rockered nose keeps you on top of the lightest, deepest snow, and the short swallow-tail helps you surf through tight trees. The BAP core blends 3 different woods to offer lightweight strength, and a biax glass laminate provides a smooth and predictable flex. Thanks to the Splitrack inserts, finding your perfect stance angles and width is a walk in the park because of the nearly unlimited options. The Split Bean Snowboard Package includes the Split Bean, pre-cut climbing skins, risers, hardware, and pucks to get you ready to rip. If you'd rather surf mellow pow than nag gnarly descents, then the Split Bean is the splitboard for you.
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