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Progression-inspiring fun for riders with Sasquatch-sized feet.

The K2 Brigade Wide Snowboard helps riders with large feet advance their skills without sweating toe drag. The beveled edges and Catch-Free Rocker shape help you learn faster and slam less to make snowboarding more fun every time you get on the mountain.

  • 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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5 5


This board is perfect for the beginner to intermediate rider. Plenty of flex and lots of pop. I am lovin this thing. Couldn't beat it for the price.

What do you guys have to say about wide...

What do you guys have to say about wide snowboards. I've read somewhere that says they are becoming less popular etc and that they are less versatile and slower.

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They are great for people with bigger feet, or people that are heavier for their height.

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Wherever you're hearing that they are less versatile and slower is just a lie. Wide snowboards have a purpose and their purpose is to give a good board to people who generally have a size 11.5 or bigger boot. They are going to built the exact same way as their narrower friends but just have a little bit wider of a base to accomodate for width. I personally ride a wide board, since my boot is 13. Neither slower or less versatile, if you have the foot size and overall size to handle the extra width it will actually perform better for you than a narrower board.

Would this board be good for learning to...

Would this board be good for learning to freestyle?

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Yes! With it's soft twin shape and slight rocker this would be a great beginners freestyle board!

What year is this board? Is this this...

What year is this board? Is this this coming seasons board?

What does set back twin mean?

What does set back twin mean?

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The board is a twin, but the inserts are set back like they would be on a directional board, which means it has a longer nose than tail