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Just livin' the dream.
Live out your wildest fantasies (well, at least the snowboarding kind) on the K2 Turbo Dream Snowboard. Its versatile shape and forgiving profile make it well suited to a wide variety of terrain and riding styles. Bottomless pow, choppy chunder fields, and perfectly sculpted jump lines are all fair game for the Turbo Dream.
The Turbo Dream's All Terrain Baseline profile features a flat area that extends out past both inserts and rocker at the tip and tail. The flat section provides a stable ride on hardpack snow, and allows the board to retain pop so you can still boost big ollies. Tweekend rockered areas at the tip and tail extend the rideable surface all the way to the ends of the board; it features medium rise rocker in the tip for effortless float in deep snow and a lower rise in the tail to prevent wheelies when you land a little backseat.
A directional shape and setback stance give you greater control and turning power when you're pointing it so you can charge with confidence. The WH3 tip-to-tail wood core has a consistent flex, and urethane-skinned Honeykomb strips improve strength and durability without adding extra weight. Carbon Web stringers sit close to your bindings to provide increased snap you can really feel, and Harshmellow damping smooths out the ride for reduced foot fatigue and improved comfort so you can keep getting right back in the lift line, run after run.
- Flat profile with medium rocker at tip and lower rocker at tail
- All-Mountain Hyper Progressive directional shape
- Hybritech construction
- Carbon Web stringers
- Harshmellow dampening
- WH3 wood core with 2 Honeycomb urethane-coated strips
- 4000 Sintered base
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K2 Turbo Dream
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've been riding the K2 Turbo dream since 2009-10 season. I ride a wide version and it has served my needs at my local Utah resorts such as Snowbird, Brighton, Sundance, Beaver, Canyons, etc. I have also taken this board into deep powder, off back country booters, pillow lines, and 10 - 20ft drops.
The top layer began to separate my first year and has continued to do so throughout the years. All the while it has taken quite a beating from rocks and trees. Because I liked the board so much, I keep filling it with poxy/resin to make it last. This most recent year the wood core began to split so unfortunately I will need to upgrade soon.
Picture - K2 Turbo Dream in Logan Canyon.