No need to pinch yourself.
It's not easy to crush the whole mountain from the park to the backcountry. Unless, of course, you're on the K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard. The Turbo Dream borrows some design cues from its freeride-oriented big brother, the Ultra Dream, but adds true all-mountain versatility so you can cruise mellow side hits and park features as well as charge the steep and deep, plus a wider cut designed to accommodate larger boots.
It starts with the All Terrain Baseline profile, which is mostly flat for stability at high speeds and on big jumps, but with rocker at the tips for a forgiving feel on hardpack and float in powder. Tweekends extends the rocker to the very end of the board to unlock a larger rideable surface area so you can press, butter, and ride away from pow landings more easily. A twin shape with a slightly setback stance offers a bit more drive and float without compromising switch rideability.
Hybritech features sidewall construction with cap construction at the tips for reduced swing weight, optimized turn initiation, and greater durability. Biax glass offers a smooth, consistent flex, while the new Carbon Wing additive channels energy to the edges for improved response and pop. The WH3 core features lightweight wood with two Honeykomb strips between the edges and inserts for enhanced strength. Harshmellow dampening smooths out the ride, and the tough sintered base keeps you moving fast.
- Mostly flat with rockered tips
- Tweekend tips
- Directional twin shape
- Hybritech construction
- Biax glass with Carbon Wing
- Harshmellow dampening
- WH3 core
- 4000 sintered base
- Item #K2S005J
- Q & A
K2 Snowboards Turbo Dream Snowboard
Can't decide between the 157W and the 159 K2 Turbo Dream? Please help.
I'm 6'1" 175lb size 10 advanced “old school” rider looking for a powder all mountain board with a surfy feel. I recently purchased the CarveAir 154 (will test ride it Thursday once it arrives…stoked!!!) and would like to add a board to my quiver that shreds pow but can handle everything else once the mountain gets tracked. I started riding in '86 but just recently got back into boarding (predominately tele since ‘00) after falling in love with surfing. The old school/boarderX/freerider in me would typically ride a 162 - 173 cambered board (Electra/T6/BMC/Eldo) but see that times have changed. Looks like boards are getting shorter and wider and I've never ridden a flat base rockered board. I love to charge steep techy terrain, tight trees, euro carve and slash with the occasional small drop, method, nose/tail grab. Looking for a board that will compliment my CarveAir when the snow gets deep and it seems like the Turbo Dream is the ticket. Sounds like going with a shorter wider 157W board will enable me to get the surfy/playful quick turning feel I’m looking for but I’m wondering with my weight, height and ability level on the steep techy terrain it’ll be enough?