Your weapon of choice for all-mountain freestyle destruction.
- Flatline zero-camber shape offers a forgiving ride without sacrificing pop or response
- Harshmellow dampening takes the bite out of flat landings and choppy snow
- WH4 wood core is enhanced with Honeykomb to reduce weight
- Hybrid triaxial/biaxial fiberglass wrap with integrated carbon delivers a poppy, just-right flex for all-mountain freestyle ruckus
- Carbon Matrix II torsion forks increase edge response and ollie power
- Thinned-down Zero base uses high-quality sintered material for the speed you need without weighing you down
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WMD for sure
All the hype is true - loved this board after breaking a wrist with my more poppy K2 Darkstar. I am on the IceCoast and it is massively stable on ice and at speeds. I dont agree that it can be used in park but that's my opinion but it can tango with any board for the fastest path to the lift. Works well with White Bindings too although I agree Black may be more stealthy. Would recommend for the advanced to intermediate as it is too stiff for a beginner although the edges are designed for leniency. Good times.
Slay the Mountain
All mountain and park friendly. Graphics are awesome and when paired with black bindings this board is eye candy. One of the best boards for the 2010/2011 season.
2010/2011 K2 Slayblade Snowboard
In the past couple of seasons, the K2 Slayblade Snowboard has won more awards than you ever will throughout your entire pathetic existence. Even the name sounds totally badass—like you’d use the Slayblade to defeat fire-breathing dragons or something instead of just killing it all over the hill.
the slayblade, enough said
anyone remember the zepplin and how hard that thing killed it? um yeah this is the new zepplin. same mentality of go anywhere shred everything hard, fast, and with authority. not only is it technologically solid from tip to tall, after releasing this board with flatline camber the previous year, the response was so strong from the consumer it became the prof that flatline is the way to go.