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It's better out here.
The K2 Panoramic Splitboard opens up whole new possibilities to the powder hound in search of untouched stashes. So, your buddies called and asked if you'd like to go spend a hundred bucks on a lift ticket to to ride bumped-out hard pack with a bunch of skiers. Take a rain check and step into the white room.
The Panoramic starts with K2's All Terrain baseline profile. This hybrid rocker profile employs slightly higher rise at the the tip than the tail to give the Panoramic a loose buttery feel while maintaining responsive edge control and loads of pop. The directional 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. It's K2's perfect blend of precision and forgiveness.
The Panoramic uses K2's splitboard-specific Hybrilight construction. This hybrid construction uses a constant-thickness sidewall for lighter weight and less material used, which is also better for the environment. The Bambooyah Blend core is made with a blend of renewable woods and ultralight, ultra-strong bamboo reinforcements and Carbon Web II stringers. K2 finished off the recipe with the ultra-fast, low-static Ø sintered base.
The Panoramic Splitboard Kit comes with the Voile Splitboard Kit. This package includes all the hardware, Universal Slider Tracks and
Slider Pins, and step by step instructions to turn your K2 Splitboard into an all-terrain backcountry exploration machine. The Split Kit works
with nearly any binding and board combination. The Panoramic Splitboard Kit also comes with K2's Splitboard Skins. The skins come with K2's innovative Z-Clips, which clip at an angle for a more secure hold on both the nose and the tail.
- All Terrain Baseline Profile
- Tweekend elongated tip and tail rocker
- Hyper Progressive All Terrain shape
- Bambooyah bamboo core
- Pre-loaded carbon, KEVLAR®, and fiberglass Ollie Bar
- Ø sintered base
- Voile splitboard kit hardware and pre-cut skins included
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First Day Out
First day out split boarding was a lot of work but a lot of fun. I would definitely recommend this kit to anyone just getting into split boarding. The skins did a fair amount of slipping on the steeper hills but that could have been because it was below zero, with warmer temps I think they will be fine.
I'm 5'11'' and I bought he 158
Solid all around kit
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Haven't put this board through the ringer yet. But after many week long trips and day trips I have good first impressions. First of all, It's not as straight forward or as easy as I thought it would be to set up. feels as if voile is still in the first years of prototyping although its been in production for years and years. Once it is set up it is bomber and very simple. The board itself is top notch, rides great and is good for skinning. Next year I plan to get splitboard specific bindings that I think will make the whole set up feel a lot better.
all in all, the only complaint I have is against the voile kit being very finicky to set up. All K2 branded stuff the kit comes with is the best it gets for the price. To be honest the K2 Backside skins are the best I've ever used.