If you have dreams of yourself at the top of a podium in slope-style, pipe, or boardercross this deck is a good place to start.
If you're just getting into the game and know the force is with you, the K2 Podium Snowboard will hone your skills quickly. On the flipside, K2 has packed enough performance into this light saber to please the Jedi master looking for a sweet deal. A Hyper Progressive shape and Hybritech construction are just the beginning.
- The W2 wood core serves up a damp, snappy, and durable ride
- Carbon Matrix I torsion forks provide powerful pop and edge control
- 4000 Sintered base material provides a fast ride, optimal wax absorption, and retention
- Hybritech construction provides you with durable, lightweight, and responsive performance
- We can�t control which color base you get. But we�re confident you�ll dig it.
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I am 5' 7" 155 lbs. Would a 156 be to big...
I am 5' 7" 155 lbs. Would a 156 be to big for me.
Well it all depends on what kind of riding you mainly do. Im 6' 165lbs and I ride a 154w(but I mainly ride park). But this deck is primarily an all-mountain deck and isnt really for the park. So if you ride a lot of all-mountain then no the 156 is a good place to start until you grow a lil more. But if you are riding a lot of park, then I would suggest another deck and something a lil smaller. Hope this helps :)
All Around Weapon
//Re-Post from 2008 because this is a sweet board//. The Podium has served me well in every task i've thrown at it. Most especially, this board is super nimble in trees, both in long glades and tight access routes. I own a 161, and I can honestly say as a daily driver, it's all I need. It holds long surf carves on hardpack, is stable when straightlining, floats well in foot+ gnar, and is supportive and responsive in both park and straight air half pipe runs.
One final item i could share is that the base is pretty durable overall. I've hit far more rocks and stumps than the base lets on, and to me...that's been a wallet saver.