Forget about space. The WWW operates in low-Earth orbit.
Let the other guys spend their hard-earned loot on carbon-this and cutting-edge-that, you let your riding do the talking for you. The K2 WWW Wide substitutes smart design and clever shaping for high-tech materials and aerospace engineering. You drop in, you shred, jaws drop. That's all that really matters anyway, right? K2 wide snowboards are recommended for riders with boots size 11 and larger.
The WWW starts with K2's freestyle baseline profile. This mostly flat profile employs just enough rise at the tip and tail give the Fastplant a loose buttery feel while maintaining responsive edge control and loads of pop. The twin shape uses K2's Twin Dual Progressive sidecut for mistake-forgiving, confidence-inspiring control on just about any terrain in just about any conditions. The WWW is also the only board in K2's lineup to get the JibTip, which reduces board length by 5cm without compromising stability at all. Construction is K2's patented Hybritech, which uses sidewalls along the running surface that flow into the tip and tail for durability, optimized turn initiation, and reduced swing weight.
The W1 core is made up of one type of renewable wood, strategically chosen to increase strength, reduce weight, and dampen vibration, and finished off the recipe with the easy-to-repair 2000 extruded base.
- Increased waist width
- Freestyle flat profile
- Tweekend elongated tip and tail rocker
- Dual Progressive Twin shape
- Hybritech construction
- W1 wood core
- 2000 extruded base
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when are you getting more 158wides in?
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I took one of these guys for a spin up at Brighton the other day and I liked it. I took the 151 and it was the perfect fit. Sharp turns with a fast response. The extra edging in the nose and tail reduces you clipping an edge and the WWW is overall a pretty forgiving board. I was overall pretty impressed