Progressive performance in a pint-sized package.
Is your kid constantly leaving you in the dust on the mountain, going bigger on the jumps than kids twice his size, or shredding powder like he was born in the stuff? Sounds like its time for him to upgrade to the K2 Vandal Kids' Snowboard. It has the quality and performance you expect from the big boy boards in a size suited for his small stature.
The Freestyle Baseline profile features rocker in the tip and tail with the contact points on the edges lifted just enough to provide a catch-free ride without sacrificing turning response. A twin shape and centered stance allow your little ripper to ride both ways and the easy-flexing biax glass helps him take his jibbing skills to the next level. And when he decides to test the Vandal's durability on every exposed rock he sees, the extruded base is easy to repair.
- Mostly flat with slight rocker at tip and tail)
- Twin Dual Progressive directional shape
- Hybritech sandwich and cap construction
- Biax glass
- W1 wood core
- 2000 extruded base
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my son is 11 and has been boarding for 3...
my son is 11 and has been boarding for 3 years previous. He started with the K2 Mini Turbo in a 110 and now is on a 120. He has grown some and we are thinking about the 130. Would it be time to move to the K2 Vandal or something else. He likes K2.
I am not sure if i'm right for this...
I am not sure if i'm right for this board...
I have a height of 1.60m; a wieght of 63kg and I'm 26 !
I was wodering if i'm not too "old" for this kids board ?
My stats corespond with the 145cm lenght board.
The 145 or the 148 would work for you...I would recommend the 148.