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K2's wide-footed workhorse.

The K2 Format Wide Snowboard gives our large-footed brethren plenty of reasons to kill it wherever the snow falls. All-performance wood-core construction and a dope topsheet mean the hill better get ready for carnage. K2's forgiving dual progressive sidecut initiates and maintains consistent turns so you're not fighting your wood like a dentist pulling teeth, and the snappy wood core easily pops ollies over boundary ropes and smoothes-out your backseat pow landings. K2's Hybridtech Construction lowers the swing weight of this twintip so you can spin like crazy legs and get big ups from the homies. The Format Wide's easy-to-maintain extruded base keeps you out of the repair shop and on the hill.

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Hallo
if i buy a K2 or a burton board or...

Hallo
if i buy a K2 or a burton board or wathever could i put bindings from an other brand on it? And could i use boots from an other brand, too, or should that all be from the same brand ?

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Hm, it depends.
I have a Burton board and Burton bindings, but the bindings have a special 3 screw pattern, so they can't be used on other brand of boards, besides Burton, without an adapter plate that you could probably buy at a Burton store or something. But I'm confident that most other brands can be mix-matched together with other brands of boards because they all have a generic 4 screw pattern.
As for boots, any boot can be used with any pair of bindings.

I need to find the right board for my size....

I need to find the right board for my size. Im hoping one of these would be perfect for me. I am 220 lbs and I have a 16 in shoe size. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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depends on what kind of riding you want to do, 158-160 would be good for park, 162 for all mountain, 165 for freeride, and you definitely want a wide board with your boot size

Write your question here...What color is...

Write your question here...What color is the bottom of 154 board?

How can i choose what color I would like...

How can i choose what color I would like the bottom to be? I'm one click from purchasing this thing but I don't want to order it and hope for something good.

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the color usually depends on the size. different sizes of board come in different colors. hopefully the color you want matches the board size you are looking for.

hey can you do a white top with a red or...

hey can you do a white top with a red or blue bottom??

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I'm not backcountry.com, but I think that they are mostly random in what you get. I bought last years podium and it specifically said they wouldn't guarantee what you get. Maybe if you go to chat and ask really really nicely and have a huge order history (like I do.)