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Pressing your stick on tasty boxes has never been this fun.

Rider approved from Tahoe to Japan, the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard takes your park game to new levels so you can style out your jibs like never before. Jib Rocker construction gives you the ideal amount of rocker on your tip and tail to make pressing boxes as easy as pie. Forgiving and catch-free, K2 made the WWW Rocker with its poppy and super smooth all wood W1 core and gave it an easy-to-maintain fast base, so you aren’t held back on approaches or ditched by your crew.
  • Jib Rocker construction makes presses and jibbing easier
  • JibTip technology lets you drop board size by 5cm without sacrificing performance
  • HybriTaper lowers swing weight
  • 2000 Extruded base is fast, durable, and easy to maintain

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I have been progressing quickly with a...

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I have been progressing quickly with a turd burton directional and have been looking for a new board to take me to the next level. I like rails and boxes and don't go over 50 foot hits, but im not a park rat i cruize the groomers too. What would be the best for me???? 5' 11'' 165lbs

im 5'3 135 will this fit me?

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im 5'3 135 will this fit me?

so since i'm that type of boarder who is...

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so since i'm that type of boarder who is just crazy over boards, and last year i had gotten a 2009 burton dominant, though this year i decided i want to get a 2010 k2 www. Though i've seen and heard about it, though would it be around the same flexiness, as the dominant?

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I would say its quite a bit softer. Seeing as this is a reverse cambered board it will flex differently. But yes, the K2 WWW Rocker is softer than the DOM. BUT if you purchased the DOM then that means you got the EST bindings from Burton, right? If so, those will not be compatable on the WWW. But all you have to do is get a set of 'Retro Disks' and it will attach to any usual 8 holed board. Hope this helps bro

im shipping the board to australia and for...

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im shipping the board to australia and for the shipping i need to know the weight of the board. can anyone tell me?? its for the 155

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Shipping Weight: 6.10 lb

im 6 foot 137 lbs with a size 11 boot will...

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im 6 foot 137 lbs with a size 11 boot will this work for me or should i go wide for mostly park use but still hittin a diamond every once in a while?

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Well size 11 is usually the cut off for a reg width deck, but sometimes you can squeeze a 12. Usually if the width is greater than 255mm, then you should be alright. But personally I ride wide decks because of my size 12'ers, and I ride mainly park and groomers. I just find its more stable for myself. But its really depending on waist width and what size of binding ur rockin

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and how wide and ducked your stance is, the wider and more ducked, the bigger boots you can run on a skinny deck, but dont change your stance for a board, change the board for your stance

will a size 12 ride boot fit on a 148...

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will a size 12 ride boot fit on a 148 www

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I would def go for a wide deck if you have size 12 boots. Im guessing that you use a L/XL binding? The majority of the time an 11 is pushing it for a reg width deck. But I would def go for a wide deck for the size of your feet. I ride a Rome Machine 154w and have size 12 feet aswell, and i hang just a tad. And the waist on my Machine is 258mm

im a boot size 11 should i get a wide...

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im a boot size 11 should i get a wide board?

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You're definitely cutting it close to getting the wide version of most boards. However, the 155 cm in this board has a 25.20 waist width. If K2 wanted, they could easily call this a mid wide. The 152 has a 24.90 waist, in that was the length you wanted, I'd go with the 153 wide @ 26.10 waist. confused yet?

If you have a boot with a reduced footprint, you can also get the non-wide version. Now if you were size 11.5 or 12, I'd say definitely get the wide. Hope this helps.

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Put it like this.... If your foot is over size 11, you will be cutting it maaaaad close. I ride a Rome Machine 154w with size 12 boots and im hanging over just a touch. Also my Machine has a waiste width of 26cm. 1cm doesnt seem like much, but aslong as your feet are pretty duck then you will be alright. But I would def go for a wide deck if you have size 12 feet

whats the pros and cons going for this...

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whats the pros and cons going for this board in rocker rather than not??

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Not a Hole lot the rocker is going to be better in the park but its not going to be the best for carving tho it will be ok in pow because the rocker will rise up over the snow a little better then the traditional camber board. The Rocker is also a little stiffer then the traditional camber board but it is still a noodle because the rocker makes up for it and also when ur actually doing a press it will be softer because the board is already pre-shaped for pressing. Hope that helped :)

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best board ive ever ridden

great progression board! i went from barely being able to ride rails and boxes on my old board to tail press 360 out all in one year after i bought this board upgrading from some lame board when my dad was being stingy haha

oh and im 5'4 riding a 145 and its perfect for me for anyone worrying about sizing hahah

ill never buy another board again!!!

Hi, I am 5'11 and 170 lb. I normally ride...

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Hi, I am 5'11 and 170 lb. I normally ride a 156 skate banana, I bought it for the powder in japan.
I live in AUS and so I am looking to buy a fun board for all the days when the snow is shit and you just want to play around down the hills and through the parks. I dont need a board thats particularly good in the pipe or on jumps 50 foot plus....

Do you think I should go the 48 or 52?

Also do these boards still have a bit of pop or do they feel pretty dead due to the flex?

Cheers!

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I would personally go for the 152. I think you'd find a 148 a little sketchy for riding on the hill (even just messing around).

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Yeah man just like Justin said go for the 152, ALTEAST. Im basically the same height and weight as you and I ride a 154 in the park. But yes the board is suuuper fun in the park and has good pop. Will not be the best on hard pack or on hits over 40', but on jibbs and lickle features it will be prime

what size board should i get im in the...

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what size board should i get im in the park most of the day im 5,5 about 125 and boot size 10 What size board should i get and what bindings go good with this board?

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based off your weight and riding style, I think you would be happy with the 145. Maybe consider the 148 for more all-mountain style or if you find yourself hitting bigger jumps a lot, this extra length will give you some stability. For rails and moderate sized jumps, go with the 45.

I'm debating between a 152 WWW Rocker and...

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I'm debating between a 152 WWW Rocker and a 152 Ride Crush for my strictly park and urban shred stick. I already have a 155 Ride DH2 for my all mountain needs and a 161.5 T-Rice C2 Power Banana for my pow slayer. I'm basically looking for a pretty noodly board to press out on rails and boxes but also be functional on tables and hips and some limited all mountain use. What should I go with?
P.S. I wear a size 10 32 Lashed.

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WWW! you will find that you might just sell your DH2 and your T-Rice because this board slays it all

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I have the Crush this year, and I honestly wish I had the WWW,
if you wanna buy my 147 crush with lowrize message me though.
weight limit on my ride is 165

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Do you get the EXACT board as pictured for...

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Do you get the EXACT board as pictured for each size?? I know there are like 8 different combinations in each size, but does Backcountry only cary one color combo for each length?

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One Of the Best!

This is one the sickest boards out there. This board slashes everything! Park, pow, urban, pipe, all mountain, backcountry and more. There is no stopping this board. The added rocker gives the board the added smoothness you would expect from a great brand like K2. This is the Machete's worst nightmare. Ride can boast about all there tech, but K2 can do it without all that. This board is solid! I would choose this board over a burton, rome, neversummer, etc... This board is flexy for you jib lovers. But holds solid for the backcountry. Possibly one of the best boards out there. I would recommend this board to anyone looking for a sick board.

im debating between this board and the...

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im debating between this board and the 1985 rome rocker i want the jibbiest ever also i am 6'2 and 140 ilbs i wanna go to a 150 or a 152 any ideas

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I would go with the Rome artifact 1985, its a sweet jibstick, for size you may want to look at something around 148-149 but being a jibstick you could even go a little shorter

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depends on how flexy you want your board to be the www is twice as flexy as the artifact but the 1985 artifact is twice as flexy as the www other 1985 series aren't as flexy as the 1985 artifact but still just as flexy or more flexy than the www and it also depends on what kind of rocker you want the 1985 series has like 3 diffirent kinds of rockers where as the www comes in cambered and jib rockered. im sold on k2 but i also like huckin off of 50 footers a little more than a 270 on a battle ship. hope that helps ya

Hey, I just picked up this board. I guess...

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Hey, I just picked up this board. I guess the guy that helped my pick it out was confused. He told me it would be fine for carving. I am fairly new to the sport and spend most of my time on downhill runs trying to get better at carving, and just better overall. Is this not the correct board for me? Any suggestions?

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Though this board will not be ideal for carving, it will slay any rail you come across.
The rocker on this board is designed to allow easier buttering and presses on boxes, which is pretty much the opposite of carving lol =P
If you're a beginner looking to progress I would look at maybe the K2 Slayblade or the Believer, which both repping the "flatline" technology which gives the board ZERO camber, making it a mellow board for any situation be it carving to sending it at the park.

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this thing will be pefectly fine for carving. The rocker technology has many more benefits outside of the park as well

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wow. maybe you should have supported your local shop instead of buying online. a salesman in your local shop couldve taken the time to help you decide what really wouldve been the right board, instead of just sellling what they have a ton of. plus, you couldve taken it back to them if you found it was not what you wanted. serves youright for shopping online if you dont know what you really want or need. the www is a park board, most park rats cant even carve.

Yo, I bought the 156 Wide, im 6'2" 170,...

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Yo, I bought the 156 Wide, im 6'2" 170, and i keep hearin how people size down on these boards. I do normally jib around the park anyway, but I was wondering if it would have been smarter to go with the 154 Wide.

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The reason they say you can size this board down 5cm is the way they constructed the tip and tail. By bringing them lower to the ground and the curve (from snow to air) steeper they kept the same sidecut and effective edge as a longer board.

Essentially a jibtip 154 board will have a sidecut and effective edge close to that of a "regular" 159. Check out K2's board specs for comparison: http://k2snowboarding.com/files/k2_snowboard_specs.pdf

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you prolly could have gotten away with it at your weight.. but since your 6" 2" you shouldnt have any issue whippin around a 156, if it was a heavier board maybe but there so light that it shouldnt make a difference

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so smooth

I just go mine and its super flexy with a good amount of pop, def get this board for rails or butters.

What would the flex be compared to a...

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What would the flex be compared to a Parkstar, jibpan rocker or ride Machete? I'm looking for a buttery, soft jib board for messing around in the park without sacrificing too much pop. I have a Ride society for bigger faster stuff.

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I don't about the Ride Machete but it is softer than both the parkstar and the jibpan rocker. The parkstar is just a little stiffer but the jibpan is much stiffer than the www rocker.

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yeah its pretty dang soft. you can still pop but if you want a little more pop look at the parkstar. its kinda soft but has carbon bars in the tip/tail for some pop. jibpans way stiffer.

I asked this question already but the guy...

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I asked this question already but the guy didnt answer my question and he advertised some other board. i appreciate recommendations but that one doesnt even come in my size... heres my question: Hey i currently have a 2008 WWW 145. I went to camp and i really got into jumping and spinning and i was wondering if this board would be a good board for that. I still want to have a good board for rails but now im having way more fun on jumps and supposably you need a stiffer board. What would you recommend for me?

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fuck the darkstar you gotta get rocka bro get the parkstar fo shizzzz its still soft but with added carbon stringers in the tips for added strength and pop pretty much the darkstar is for jumping wat the www is for jibbing and the fact that its got rocke means when you do feel like going for a jib your still gonna be able to press that basd boy.
maybe also look at the ride DH2 and the rome posteria 1985

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KID GET A PARK PICKLE!
IF YOUR CHEAP GET SIGNAL PARK ROCKER
IF YOUR REALLY CHEAP GET BURTON DOMINANT

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