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Every day isn’t a pow day, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t ride like it is.

With its All Terrain Rocker, twin shape, and Hyper Progressive Sidecut, the K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard floats powder, powers through the park, and cuts hardpack like a knife. This is the big-footed rider’s all-terrain quiver-of-one.

  • All Terrain Rocker for control on hardpack, float in powder
  • Rocker Range: 10-7mm/220-180mm
  • Setback twin shape for float in powder, control in park
  • Hyper Progressive Sidecut provides power for high-speed carving and smoothness for spins and presses
  • Matrix I carbon Vs from inserts to edge for power, pop, and edge hold
  • Hybridtech construction for low swing weight, optimized turn initiation, and durability
  • K2 shipped boards with different base graphics, so the board you get may not be exactly the same as you see here

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5 5

soooooo good.

This board has it all. I am a northeast rider (okemo) and i was a little hesitant to buy this board at first because i kept hearing that it was a powder board. i decided to stick to my guns and give it a chance. while it kills it on pow days with no backleg burn at all, it also handles whatever you can throw at it. i used to ride a rome flag 160, and i have the 157 of this. i wanted to try a reverse camber board because i ride a lot of trees and the flag was way to stiff, and by the end of the day, my leg was starting to cramp up hard. they are totally different boards. the turbo dream is such a playful board, but it still has a ton of control on groomers. buttering on this board is sooo fun, and riding boxes and rails, you get that extra give on presses. the only potential problem is landing jumps. if you come up tail heavy, then you have to really fight to hold onto it. k2 means it when they say an "all terrain rocker." i couldn't be happier. if your nervous about taking the switch to reverse camber, just go for it. i know i'll never go back.

5 5

Turbo Dream rides like a Dream

I picked up a 160 wide, I use to ride a regular custom 162 09....This board kills it in all conditions (ice, fast groomers, chop) but really shines in powder. Just took it out in 30 inches of pow in Snowshoe this past weekend. Makes snowboarding effortless in pow and incredibly fun. I've had it out all over the country, from icy east coast (Snowshoe, Wintergreen) to deep Vail and Whistler powder. Also handles the park just fine. I'm a full believer in the rocker technology, the turbo dream is amazing. get it now.

Turbo Dream rides like a Dream
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Also...I ride it with no drag, size 12 Burton boots with Burton custom bindings

5 5

Great all around ride

I'm very happy with this board. It holds an edge great and is easy to move around. It looks cool too which is always a plus.

5 5

Oh it's a Dream come true

I'm in Love! The board does it all. Cliffs, park and everything in between and with ease. It's also a rocker so powder riding is effortless without any leg burn at all. The searching is over and this is the last board I will ever buy.

thinking of picking up this deck but can't...

thinking of picking up this deck but can't decide between the turbo dream or the slayblade. i've got big feet and like to shred everything. leanin towards the turbo dream, any suggestions?

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I haven't ridden the Slayblade, but I own the Turbo Dream and love it. It should do just about everything you want. Great board.