This board will get your Sasquatch paws through the door at the epic pow party.
Take your ginormous feet for an all-mountain tour, and step up your game with the help of the K2 Brigade Wide Snowboard’s directional-twin shape and Catch Free base technology. K2 design gurus packed the Brigade Wide with the tools you need to stomp landings, from the park to your first cliffs. Hop on and find your mojo with the help of K2’s newest bag of tricks.
- Hybritech construction provides you with durable, lightweight, and responsive performance
- The W1 wood core brings durability, a smooth flex, and a crisp snap into your life
- Go fast and easily repair any collateral damage on the 2000 Extruded base
- Catch Free Baseline Technology uses special camber to help you avoid catching an edge
- These boards arrived with assorted colored bases. We have no control over which color you'll get.
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how will this board favor in the pow? im...
how will this board favor in the pow? im not a noobie to boarding, i just need a pow board? how will this work??
Awesome for the price
This is an awesome board for a newb. Just starting to take the hill a little more seriously this year and I picked it up at the start of the season.6', 180lbs, sz13 shoe (sz12 boot)Brigade 159, LTD LT20 bindings.Great flex, and awesome feel, floats great over powder and doesn't chatter very much over ice. TONS of pop when you want it. Great feel through the bindings, I run my stance as wide as I can get it on the board, and I can tell every little nuance I run over on the hill. Don't let the setback throw you off either, I ride switch all the time and it's hardly noticeable. I'd highly recommend it to anyone starting out, or more serious. Wicked board for the price.
i weight roughly 315 lbs and am 6'1, would...
i weight roughly 315 lbs and am 6'1, would this board work for me or what size would i need? im a beginner so im not trying to spend more then 350 on a board
You're definitely going to want the 163cm board. And it's also helpful that this board is wide as well, because I'm assuming you have over a size 10 or 11 shoe, and it will also distribute your weight just a little more.
If you've never boarded before I would recommend renting a board first, and trying to get a good idea if you like the sport and what size of board you need. It's certainly much cheaper than spending $350 on a board and $200+ more on boots and bindings.
However if you've already done this I would look for something around a size 163. Some may say that a 163 is too small for you for your weight, but you're only 6'1" and if you start going too much longer than the board is going to be hard to maneuver.
Good luck, hope this helps!
Hey Justin I'm 6'1" and I weight 275LB. I my first snowboard and still current board that I ride with is a 163cm board. It's a great size for me, it's big enough but still menuverable. So I think you should rent one this size first and take a one or two lessons first and then you'll get a hang of it in no time.