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It's good enough for Gretchen.

The K2 Eco Lite Women's Snowboard is Gretchen Bleiler's soul-searching shredstick of choice for exploring the entire mountain and taking full advantage of any and all of the powder it has to offer. A directional shape and Tweekend rocker will have you pointing it down precipitous peaks and floating effortlessly in the deep stuff.

The All Terrain Baseline profile is flat from binding to binding to provide a stable surface for charging at high speeds and stomping drops, with medium rocker in the front to keep your nose up in the deep stuff and lower rocker at the tail. Hybrilight construction keeps the board light and reduces swing weight for smooth spins if you decide to take a run through the pipe. Biax glass is reinforced with carbon stringers for better energy transfer to allow quick, powerful turns on hardpack and in powder.

The Rhythm WH3 core uses wood to keep it poppy and lightweight, and HoneyKomb urethane-coated strips are strategically placed to improve strength, and Harshmellow damping absorbs vibrations to smooth out the ride for your enjoyment. Underneath, a sintered base slides effortlessly over snow of any kind.


  • Mostly flat profile with medium rocker at tip and lower rocker at tail
  • All Mountain Hyper Progressive directional shape
  • Hybritech sandwich and cap construction
  • Biax glass with carbon stringers
  • Rhythm WH3 wood core with HoneyKomb strips
  • 4000 sintered base
  • Harshmellow damping

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