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Whether you're a pro or progressing, ride the K2 Va Va Voom Women's Snowboard, and take your jump and rail skills to the next level without decimating your piggy bank. The Va Va Voom's twintip design and Jib Tip tech (a long effective edge and short nose and tail) allow you to drop down 5cm from your usual board length without sacrificing stability. That makes spins, jibs, and butters easier. K2 used Hybritaper construction, which means it thinned this freestyle board's smooth-flexing, poppy core at the tip and tail to decrease swing weight even further, making that 540 you're trying to land feel like the 360 you have dialed. K2 made this freestyle board's bold colors and graphics fit its name, so you'll get plenty of compliments on the lift.

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i mostly ride the pist, (some smaller jumps...

i mostly ride the pist, (some smaller jumps and a little bit of offpist).
would this board be something for me?
i know its supposed to be a parkboard but you said it was pretty stiff, and i've heard it works great all over?

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Absolutely Amazing!!!!

Wow, it's crazy how amazing this board is. I just got it for this winter, and after only 4 times riding it so far, it is the best board that has ever been underneath my feet. I honestly feel like this board was made just for me. I love the park and this board keeps me charging through it and learning new tricks every day I ride. It is soo light and that's what I love the most about it. This board makes popping onto rails and flying off jumps super simple. I LOVE IT. Thanks K2!!!!

on a scale of 1 being flexible to 10 being...

on a scale of 1 being flexible to 10 being stiff i want to know where this board would fall

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I rode this board last year, and to me it was like driving a Cadillac. I found it to be pretty stiff, although that contributed to it's awesome pop in the long run. The board is also a lot wider than I am used to so that contributes to it's boat-y feelings as well. Overall I would say it is about a 7 or an 8.

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I rode a 155 and went down to the 148 and i don't even notice the difference. It has just the right amount of flex and is supper fun to do butters on :]

bought the board yesterday and its the best money ive EVER spent :D
If youre not sure about it...just buy it!

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awesome board

This board is amazing! I have last seasons and also demoed this one at the one snow demo. This one has a p-tex top which adds durability to the board. I can size down to a 143 and it rides just like a 148...but with less swing weight. If I was to get it again, which I just might, I think I will get it in a 148 just for a little more stability at higher speeds than the 143. The tip and tail feel so light but yet still so strong and poppy. This is a board every women who loves park needs! It is so fun on rail and off jumps. I could get the same stance I get on my 148 on a 143, so get ready to be able to have a wider stance is you need it or want it. This board is so awesome! if you are thinking about getting it...you should get it!