The future starts now.
Pro riders Jake Kuzyk and Chris Beresford didn't get where they are today on rental boards. That's why the K2 Kids' Hit Machine Grom Snowboard has a soft stable feel and a twin shape to help progress your kid's freestyle skills. Inspired by the park-focused Hit Machine adult board, the Grom version has all the same features packed down into a size that your little ripper can handle so he (or she) can jib, jump, and slash into the future of snowboarding.
A mostly flat profile with elongated rocker at the tip and tail makes for a stable and catch-free ride that's fun to shred, from the green runs to the big park. Tweekend elongated rocker creates a larger press zone that makes it easier to lock into nosepresses. Biax glass provides a soft flex that makes it easy to turn and learn tricks on, and the full wood core is strong and snappy for popping big ollies. The twin shape make sit easier for junior to dial in those switch tricks, and a sintered base keeps the board going fast so nobody gets left behind on long cat tracks.
- Flat with rocker at tip and tail
- Twin shape
- Soft flex
- Biax glass
- W2 wood core
- Sintered base