This directional twin goes from novice to rowdy.

Designed with a playful and forgiving catch-free rocker and a soft flex, the K2 Brigade Snowboard has every intention of boosting your intermediate skills into Advanced Land in one season. 

  • Catch-Free Rocker profile is mostly flat (95% flat, 5% rocker) with just enough rocker to disengage the contact points for smooth sailing
  • Hybritech construction uses a sidewall along the running surface that flows into the nose and tail for effortless turns, reduced weight, and increased strength
  • Extruded base is easy to repair and is ready to take a few beatings from rocks, rails, stumps, and people

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4 5

Good beginner board

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my first snowboard and I've only been snowboarding for about a month. When I first got the board, I HATED it....and then realized that my bindings were too close together. Once I fixed that, I had a much better time on the board. The flex is a little stiff IMO for a beginner board, but overall it performs pretty well when you are learning. The edges were a little too sharp for my liking when I first got the board, but a quick rub down on a ski pole and I wasn't catching as many edges.

A quick note about the 'catch-free' edge. If you are new to snowboarding, don't think that this will keep you from catching the occasional edge. You WILL catch edges as you are learning and you WILL fall. It's a fact of life - accept it. The catch free edge helps once you're to the point where you' are learning dynamic transitions between your turns. If you are just learning how to stop and do C and J turns and your form is off or you put your heel or toe down at the wrong time, you will still catch an edge.

Recommended accessory - helmet :D

For the price, this is a great board. I recommend it for beginners. For intermediate and advanced riders, do your research and go with whatever style you have developed.

3 5

Just learning?

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Great board to learn and progress on...

3 5

This board will step you up the ranks

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a great board for your entry level rider, looking to go 1-15 days a season and begin their progression.
Flat to catch-free rocker, full wood core, and 3/4in setback stance makes this the prefect board for the rider just trying to get the fundamentals down as they progress their riding. Great value for someone starting out!

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5 5

Not expensive and fun to ride

This is one of the best choices for the person looking for a board that's easy to ride and doesn't put a huge dent in your pocket. The graphic is pretty cool to.