Diamond Donny Reviews the K2 WWWBy Nick Lipton • Sep 27th, 2010 • Category: Features, Latest, Reviews
Remember how snowboarding is supposed to be fun? Or at least that’s what you tell your friends, ‘cuz come on, we know you just wanna go pro. Anyway, this board is fun. It oozes fun. You get on it and BOOM, you’re having fun. This stick is loose, limp loose, loose as a goose. If you’re into getting wild, and having 100% control over your board, then this is your shit. It ollies, it cracks, it whips, it snaps and all that other shit. It’s wide and feels amazing under you. Mount it and feel like a man. I highly recommend this board, unless you want to go to the Olympics or drop out of a helicopter, but otherwise, grab it and go, you’ll love me for it.
Sizes: 145, 148, 152, 155 regular. 153, 156, 159 wide.
Official pitch: Mad lines and original art define the 2010-11 K2 World Wide Weaponâ„¢ (WWW) snowboard. Diecut ptex topsheet lays over freakshow ogres, beastly fiends and modern mayhem. The JIBTIP/JIB ROCKER combo is evidence of the urban madness built into the WWW â€“ allowing riders to shrink a board size without compromising edge control or pressing prowess. Inspired, tested and proven for park anarchy, WWW is stricken with a violent addiction to freestyle progression.
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