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Built for the big-footed rider looking to dominate the park and take his skills to the rest of the mountain, the K2 Parkstar Wide takes on big jumps while embracing big feet.

  • Jib Rocker profile is 80% flat—runs along most of the board for pop and stability with rocker on the nose and tail and past the contact points for a buttery and hook-free ride
  • Tweekend nose and tail profiling extends the rocker all the way out to the absolute ends, which allows you to land, float, and press like never before
  • Hyper-progressive sidecut combines multiple radii so you can carve up the mountain real quick
  • Carbon Web places an arrangement of carbon strands in the board to deliver the power directly under the bindings, which results in sensitive response and increased ollie power
  • Triax fiberglass adds the snap and response needed for riding all aspects of the mountain
  • Hybritaper gradually thins out the core of the board towards the nose and tail to reduce swing weight
  • Sintered 4000 base holds wax, goes fast, and is durable enough to stand up against rocks, trees, and rails

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

Lightweight and agile especially considering the width. Great float in the fresh and descent stability at speed for bigger jumps. Moderate flex with the flat to rocker makes for a playful board that shreds the entire mountain.

I want to buy this board. Can you tell me how it is in powder and deep snow? I really ejoy to do freeride esspecialy in deep snow. But I also want it for the park. What do you think about this board? It's easy/hard, fun to ride this board in pow? Thanks!

I've had two Parkstars now.

It is awesome out of the box for jumps, but it softens up quickly and loses pop. It's still awesome for jibbing.

Unless it's steep, its not great in deeper snow.

Hey I am 5 '10 at 145lbs would the 160com...

Hey I am 5 '10 at 145lbs would the 160com be okay or should I choose some other size

I'm 6'2 at 87 kilo, and I ride a 157, I think u would have a hard time pressing the board etc if u went that big. . .

Ya, I kind of thought about it but should I get a 154 or should I just go to the regular boards and get something smaller for I wear a size 11 boot