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Add the Brigade to your arsenal.

Unlike major-league baseball players, it's totally legit to add performance-enhancing materials to snowboards. The K2 Brigade Snowboard combines steroid-like performance with slick urban stylings to give you a versatile, one-board quiver. The Dual Progressive sidecut offers a forgiving ride for consistent shredding in all conditions, and the W1 pure-wood core adds flex, durability, and snap to the Brigade. The Hybritech construction blends the cap tip and tail into the sidewall along the running surface, resulting in low swing weight and smooth turn initiation. Translation? The seamless design helps you snap turns and throw spins like you have a Red Bull sponsorship.

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4 5

Nice board

My second board i have owned, rides nice and can do the park decently. Although the board dings very easily and i have been told the bottom looks like a panda. But other than that its a nice board

how come the k2 brigade here looks different...

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how come the k2 brigade here looks different to the one on k2 snowboarding's website? http://k2snowboarding.com/boards/brigade

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the one you saw on K2's site was actually the 2009-2010 (or just 2010) model, this is the 2008-2009

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Witch k2...

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Witch k2 snowboard is best 4 a first time buying for a 13 & 11 year old they both had four lessons last year and just love the sport

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witch board would be better the format, brigade,or podium for first timers you offer more then one board

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witch board would be better the format, brigade,or podium for first timers you offer more then one board

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definitly stay away from the podium, i say this one all the way, good blend of performance while still being easy to ride and prced right....however depending on your childrens size they may need kids boards, the 11 year old especially

4 5

brigade 155

This is the first board I owned, and it made a good entry level board. It performs very well for its affordability, able to take on powder and icy slopes as well as some basic jumps and jibs. The flex is a little stiffer so it isn't the most forgiving board, but after a day on it I've been able to carve naturally. Recommended to those who are just getting into boarding.

I'm 5'11" weigh 195 lbs and wear size 11...

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I'm 5'11" weigh 195 lbs and wear size 11 boot. I'm trying to decide between the 161 and the 163 wide. Which would be the better bet for someone my size?

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With your boot size, a wide isn't a necessity due to toe drag. If you stick to the jibs, rally the 161. If you shred the deep and cruise the grooms, cruise on the 163 wide.

Is this a good board for a beginner?

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Is this a good board for a beginner?

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it's a great all-around board and riding it will make you a better snowboarder. however it won't be as forgiving as some of the more introductory boards out there. if you're committed to riding and don't get discouraged easily this will be a solid board to learn on, as well as one that will still be fun to mess around on once you've reached at the next level.beginner boards usually are softer and will be more conducive to initiating turns- burton makes a bunch of good options in and around this price range

I need a new board, my Burton Bullet is...

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I need a new board, my Burton Bullet is really beat up. I'm working witha budget so I like the price point with the Brigade but I don't know if this board will measure up to what I've been used to with the Burton. Has anyone been riding this board yet? How is the flex? I don't want a really soft board.

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its dope, i just got one and the flex is alright for a all mountain board. I would say its better than a burton bullet