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A cruisy, versatile, and fun ride to help you get to the next level.

The K2 Brigade Snowboard makes honing your skills easier than ever, thanks to the Catch Free rocker shape and beveled edges. Whether you’re still perfecting your turns or learning to ride park, the setback twin shape and forgiving flex will help you progress faster than you ever thought possible.
  • Catch Free Rocker shape is 95% flat with slight reverse-camber in the tip and tail to encourage smooth, stable turns without catching your edge
  • Biaxial fiberglass layout delivers a mellow, mistake-forgiving flex
  • Three-degree base bevel raises your edges out of the snow for a surfy, catch-free feel
  • Extruded base resists damage and repairs easily

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My K2 Brigade after two seasons of use

My K2 Brigade after two seasons of use

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Super durable, this board was great to me.

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Great board for the price

I've owned this board for two seasons now and it's been very good to me. I started out on this board with beginner/intermediate skills and it was great to learn on. It's fairly light and not once did I feel like I was lugging it around even when I was still young to boarding. It carves really well and has good control and it performs well in powder. I've been able to get really good jumps on this board as well while Freeriding the ungroomed slopes. It's such a good board that I've stuck with it all the way up to my current advanced skill level without feeling as if I'd outgrown it. I will be switching to a Lib Tech Phoenix this season but this board is still an excellent piece of equipment. In fact, it's so sturdy, having taken care of it well, I will be able to sell it easily to another boarder. If you find a great deal on the board, you should definitely take it. It's worth it!

Great board for the price

I'm 5'5" weigh 125 lbs and wear size 8...

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I'm 5'5" weigh 125 lbs and wear size 8 shoes ... Don't do parks much but also need a forgiving board, is 155 cm a good size for me?

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if your not going to be in the park id go 152 and if you are planing to go into the park at all id go 149 because im 6'1" 160lbs and ride a 152 ride crush in the park all day and a 153 DC PBJ for some bigger jumps and some out of park riding and if you get the 152 it will still be playful and forgiving but a 155 is way to big for some one your size especially if you want a softer forgiving board....... so id go 153 or 152 whatever this board comes in.

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if your not going to be in the park id go 152 and if you are planing to go into the park at all id go 149 because im 6'1" 160lbs and ride a 152 ride crush in the park all day and a 153 DC PBJ for some bigger jumps and some out of park riding and if you get the 152 it will still be playful and forgiving but a 155 is way to big for some one your size especially if you want a softer forgiving board....... so id go 153 or 152 whatever this board comes in.

Im 5/11 155lbs with size 10.5 boots should...

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Im 5/11 155lbs with size 10.5 boots should i go with the 155 ir 158?

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If you're in the park a lot I'd say 155.

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What if i like to do a lot of riding around the mountain and hit the park every once in a while?