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Be a threat in the park with the K2 WWW Snowboard—the K2 team's jibbing weapon of choice.

The K2 WWW Snowboard (that's World Wide Weapon, though we suggest keeping that on the DL so the Feds don't come after you) is the K2 team's jibber of choice. The WWW is fully prepared for any rail-infested environment, whether you assault downtown or terrorize the terrain park. Built to spin, the WWW has a true twintip design and centered stance for balanced swing weight and seamless fakie transitions. The short nose and tail give you extra effective edge (K2 calls this its Jib Tip tech), meaning you can ride a 152cm if you're usually on a 158cm. The soft flex lets you smear nose and tail presses like butta. The core tapers toward the tip and tail to reduce swing weight, so you can finally nail that 900 you‘re so close to stomping.

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4 5

Rule the playground

I love this board for just playing around the whole mountain. I started riding softer boards a few years ago and it's hard for me to go back to stiffer rides - they're just not as much fun. The WWW is definitely a soft board, really easy to press, great on rails/boxes. When I'm riding the WWW I feel like the whole mountain is a playground.

I'm 5'9", 155 and I ride the 148. The "jib tip" gives you a longer effective edge so you can size down a little bit and I like shorter boards in general. The board does wash out a little bit when landing spins for me

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Im wondering what size www board i should...

Im wondering what size www board i should get considering the board lets you downsize. I currently ride a 152, i am 5'9 and weigh 140 and i do mainly park.

Responded on

What's up Brandon! Bro, stick with a 148 when you grab this board. Try it out! If it's too small then you can always send it back to the Funk' and change it out for a 155. I'm 6'0 and ride a 155. I love shorter boards because I feel like I have more control. Take care bro!

is this in nz

is this in nz

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Unfortunately, this cannot be shipped outside the US.

3 5

MAD flex

If your into puuure jibs this board is ment for you. The flex is unreal for saucing rails. It also has a P-tex top sheet to stop nicks which helps. But isn't the best for bigger jumps. Has trouble bombing and stomping the bigger guys because of the flex. Also when you land it feels unsturdy under you, so make sure you stomp it or be prepared for alot of washouts! But the good part for jumps with this board is that it has a smaller nose and tail so you can spin like a top. Also my WWW cracked 3/4's through the season

5 5

Ripper Stick

This shred stick is revolutionary with K2 rocker technology offered at a bargain price. If your looking to take your asault of the park to the next level there is no better board to do it with. I usually ride a 155 and I rode the 148 all season. They aren't joking when they say it rides like a bigger board in a smaller package. The WWW is not just for jibbing, great pop off jumps and solid landings. Only suggestion is give yourself a few days riding to get acustomed to the buttery feeling.

4 5

softttttt

rode one and it basically the basic jib board. obv you are going to get great control on jibs and even without the rocker is buttery. the rocker is nice and loose and a lot of fun. but if you are and all around park guy and hit even jumps and rails then get the normal, unstiffened rockers tend to washout real easy. real fun board dont take it off anything over 50 and jib it up

im 180cm tall what side board should i...

im 180cm tall what side board should i get

Responded on

Dude. One question of this kind was enough. Answer given in K2 Believer page.

Does this board have reg. edges or are...

Does this board have reg. edges or are they dulled?

Responded on

The come fully sharp and tuned. You will have to dull/de-tune them yourself.

Best Answer Responded on

Andrew's answer is not entirely accurate. The WWW's edges have a three degree base bevel on them, meaning the edge on the bottom of the board is angled up three degrees-- also called a "park tune." This allows for easier, catch-free jibs and rail slides. That said, the edges will still be sharp and not rounded.

I recommend at least detuning the tip and tail where the board meets the snow (contact points). Then, take it for a ride. At this point it's your call whether you choose to detune the entire edge. On my rail boards, I generally file down the contact points and use a soft stone between the bindings. That way I have catch free nose and tail, but still have some edge control between the binders.

3 5

decent

i got last years weapon it's a pretty sick board great for jibbing and amazing for butters and presses. but it can't really handle jumps that well like for example if you spin off of a jump you'll keep spinning all the way down the landing. has great pop. not very durable though.

i rode this years weapon with the rocker, i absolutely hated it; it was just way too soft

Hi i am thinkin of getting a WWW for next...

Hi i am thinkin of getting a WWW for next season, the problem is i am approx 80 - 85 kilos but am 6ft 6.. will i be ok on a 158?? I currently ride a burton custom 166 which comes to below my chin but seems a bit too long for the park and not a true twin so i cant get my stance as wide as i would like...

Best Answer Responded on

actually a 158 will probably be perfect for you. you arent heavy enough to warrant anything longer, not to mention the "jib tech" this thing has. plus in the park youl want a shorter board...and if you want a rediculously wide stance then go for burtons ICS/EST set ups

5 5

BEST BOARD

just got this board earlier this season and i love it best board ive ever ridden by far thing is so easy to butter with and so nice spinning definately worth the money

5 5

It's Jib Heaven

I Can't be without it :)
i ride snowdomes alot, as im from england and theres nothing in the way of mountains here, and its brilliant funto just beable to butter downthe slope when the park settup isn't out, but bring out the boxes and kickers and it realy begins to WOW you. It's perfect in everyway, responsive, smooth, predictable on rails, It's just amazing. I've ridden the artifact and the Evil Twin and neither of them came close to the WWW, although they are both still brilliant boards, and the artifact has amazing grafix :)
Its Simply Perfect!!!

I currently ride a 155. Will it affect my...

I currently ride a 155. Will it affect my riding negatively if I ride a 155 www and not kick it down in size like they suggest?

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It shouldn't, No. I Ride a 155 Rome Manual when im just hitting the piste, or if i just feel like a few powder runs, but i use a 155 WWW rocker on the park, and it is PERFECT, to be honest i preffer using the 155 to my freinds 152 i think it is, i think its more saying you COULD, not that you SHOULD kick down the size, your best bet though is to try one out if you can and decide for yourself, 'cos everyone likes different things in a board (Although i DEFINATELY recoment the WWW)

5 5

JIB AND JUMP TASTIC

best board ever. so soft and flexy but not to flexy.awesome on rails and jumps. it doesn't chip and barely scratches. p-ez top if a PLUS for sure!!!! Simply Awesome

I NEED TO KNOW IF THIS SNOWBOARD WORKS ON...

I NEED TO KNOW IF THIS SNOWBOARD WORKS ON LARGER JUMPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!SOMEONE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!

Responded on

Ok wow Angus I don't think you answered his question there. The real answer is yes they are fine for big jumps as long as you don't get over 60-70 ft. Sure there are other boards that are better for that, but what this board does on rails makes up for it.

Unanswered Question

what's the recommended boot size for the...

what's the recommended boot size for the 155? ive been riding a forum recon thats 25.7cm and this is a 24.9cm with a size 11.5 boot. im just wondering if that 8mm will make a difference. so whats the recommended boot size?

5 5

yea it's that good..

OK, so like i've said before.. i live within 2 miles of the slopes.. walked in the shop and bought this board cause of all the fuss it was making.. and yea, it's good.. couldn't help but laugh after my first trip down the T-park, it's just that easy to make it do what you want it to do.. I'm speaking for the WWW Rocker only..

5 5

Da Shizzy

This is the best park/rail board for sure. Tends to be a little loose when landing, but practice and you will stomp everything you hit. I have a Rome Graft also and this board is way cheaper and way better on the rails. My confidence went from zero to hero. U will love this board I promise