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This one goes out to the ladies.

With a true twin-tip design and medium flex, the K2 Women’s Fling Snowboard gives all you she-rippers the refined tech you need to slay the park with the best of ‘em. The Rhythm Core and torsion fork configuration provide tons of pop without losing playfulness, and the Progressive Sidecut ensures you have the maneuverability you need to ride circles around the competition.

  • Hybritaper Tech hallows out the core at the tip and tail to reduce swing weight
  • Rhythm Core utilizes three woods to give you a lightweight and durable ride
  • Carbon Matrisx 1 Torsion Forks extend from the insert to the edge of the board for maximum power, pop, and stability

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Ive been snowboarding for afew months now...

Ive been snowboarding for afew months now and i can board but not really into tricks just want something that turns well and easy to control with abit of flex what K2 boards would be good for me>??? female

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The flex is actually a perfect beginner to intermediate board for the learner as well as for the rider who has determined she's a snowboarder and doesn't "just go snowboarding". Modest price but will be easy to ride and have plenty of flex for park riding later on if you choose to pursue it. When you step up to them boys in the park, what they gon' do? Not a darn thing, they recognize a tigress when they see one.

I'm 5'3 115lbs, i'm looking for a new...

I'm 5'3 115lbs, i'm looking for a new board.. i heard this is a good one, and i want some adivce!! I'm mostly in the park, on rails, boxes and doing the jumps, i do just ride the hill sometimes because most my friends don't stay in the park. would this be a good board?

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it will probably handle the occasional groomer but if your going to be spending a lot of time out of the park you are going to want to look into more of an all mountain board

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this board is so fun. I got the chance to try it out a couple times last winter on the east coast, otherwise known as the Icecoast and it handled itself on groomers and park just fine. I tend to ride a lot of park and i loved it. It straight up makes you ride better.

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would this be a good board? dude this board is AWESOME!!!! I demoed it and it rides very similar to a K2 Duchess which I use for EVERYTHING, but mostly park like you. it handled itself great everywhere, and i'd definitely use this board for just a 1 board quiver. soooo fun fun fun