Snowboarding doesn't have to be expensive.
Don't let big feet or a small bank account prevent you from snowboarding. The K2 Brigade Wide Snowboard is built to help the big-footed rider on a budget continue to progress and explore without spending a fortune or compromising on quality.
Tackle any terrain with the help of the Catch Free Baseline profile. The mostly flat board has rocker at the tip and tail to raise the contact points off the snow so you're turning before your edges can catch, meaning more time spent carving and less time face-planting.
Biax glass gives the brigade a smooth flex to help you master presses and butters when you're in the park, and the W1 all-wood core provides lightweight strength to ensure your board will hold up all season.
- Catch Free profile―flat with low rocker at tip and tail
- All-Mountain Dual Progressive shape (directional)
- Hybritech sandwich and cap construction
- Biax glass
- W1 wood core
- 2000 extruded base
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is the first board I ever bought, I used to rent and borrow boards all the time and I have to say this is the best board I have used. I guess you could say I am intermediate rider but it is a good fit. I got the 163 Wide and it isn't heavy at all and flexible. Holds a carve really good and it is the fastest board i have used. I use this board for only the mountains, so i can't speak for any terrian park usuage.