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Movin' on up.

K2 designed the Sky Lite Snowboard to take your riding to the next level in a hurry. The Sky Lite excels all over the mountain with a tough extruded base and a light, poppy feel.

  • Flatline is the K2 team favorite profile—a 100-percent flat surface offers a smooth feel for those who like a ton of pop and serious stability on edge
  • Twin Dual Progressive sidecut is a fun, forgiving sidecut that inspires confidence and consistency
  • W1 Core is simple, lightweight, and durable

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I picked this for my first snowboard after renting the first two times, I figured if I was going to continue snowboarding I would buy my own... I love everything about it - its light, easy to ride, turns nicely and is all around perfect for a beginner who is learning how to snowboard. I also love the colors. -- Suzanne

5 5

Love the Sky Lite

Light and flexible. I couldn't have chosen a better board for all my mountain needs.

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New spin on old classic

The Skylite, New for this year is a blend between the VaVaVoom and Fling of past K2 seasons.

They took both boards and made each a better fit for a specific style of rider to increase progression and performance.

The Skylite is a great board for entry level riders, thanks to its soft forgiving core, but still a great fit for advanced level riders looking for a flat board for edge hold thats soft and play full.

Check it out on youtube:

Looking for the VaVaVoom and the SKyLite is to soft, check out the LimeLite

im 5'1
Whats your recommending board...

im 5'1
Whats your recommending board size?

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The board sizes depend a little more on your weight than your height. You can click on the link that says "Size?" right next to the pull down menu.
That will take you to a size chart, where you can figure out which length you'd need.

Hope that helps