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Keep up with the times.
It used to be so simple—freestyle boards were twins you jibbed and jumped with, and freeride boards were huge directional planks that had no business in the park. But nowadays, the distinctions aren't always so clear. More and more riders can be found sliding rails and spinning off side hits on weird pow shapes. Catering to this new breed of rider who wants to carve, slash, jib, and jump all on the same run, the K2 Party Platter Snowboard serves up a heaping helping of fun wherever it goes.
The secret to this board's surfy, ultra-maneuverable feel is Volume Shift. This design makes the waist significantly wider (the 150cm model is 270mm at the waist) in order to allow you to ride a board 7-10cm shorter than you normally would, without losing any surface area. When combined with a long rockered nose, you get a short board that floats in powder and weaves between tourists with ease. And despite its directional shape, the sidecut is designed to allow it to ride well switch, which means cab 3's off natural hits are absolutely still in play. When you're ready to change your whole perspective on all-mountain shredding, give the Party Platter a try.
- Revolutionary design that's a blast to ride anywhere
- Wide waist width allows you to downsize 7-10cm
- Mostly flat with rocker tips for a stable, forgiving feel
- Directional shape floats in powder with ease
- Ollie Bar adds the pre-loaded pop of camber
- Hybritech construction reduces swing weight
- Carbon Web improves edge hold and ollie pop
- Sintered base holds wax well and resists damage
- Item #K2S008X
- Q & A
Pow board of the year
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This board is awesome! I bought this for a trip to Japan and didn't really know what to expect at first, but this thing ripped deep pow! I sized down a full 10cm from my regular board size and got the 143 and it handled great on now only the deep stuff but also at high speeds on groomers. I've ridden a couple smaller shape pow boards and this one so far is my favorite. This board has a super surfy feel and can be ridden anywhere and do anything on the mountain. It doesn't get much better than this board on a pow day.
Shape and design of this board is all time! Surfy and responsive this board can do it all. I'm 5'11" and had never ridden a board smaller than 152cm. So getting a predominantly powder deck that is a 150 kinda took me back. But the way the board is built, down sizing has not hindered the amount good times I have had on this!
I'm 5’9” and 150 lbs and am wondering whether I should get the 143 or 150. I ride a 152 Jones Twin sister right now. I think the 150 won’t be much different considering I am looking for a surf style ride but i am worried about a 143 going through powder.