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whats your opinion on this board with kickers? how do they perform on jumps?
By: chenchar lee
May 4, 2013
Shouldn't be a problem. It is about as narrow as I'd recommend going though. If you have newer style low-profile boots, you'll definitely be okay.
By: Josh Chapman
April 8, 2013
October 8, 2012
This board rides really stable for being so short. A longer effective edge makes riding the whole mountain a lot more fun.
If you want a board that will take the beating that the park rails dish out and soft enough to butter everything in your path this is the one.
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How do u like this board? Is it good for park? Do the nose and tail with thee unusual shape make a difference? Do u recremend this snowboard does it brake/fall apart? Can it take hits?
By: Tyson lane
March 25, 2013
im a jibber out of the midwest and im 5 11 and weigh about 135 pounds. right now im riding a 148cm board, i need to upgrade... would a 151cm be right? im asking because i heard you are suppose to downsize with the World Wide Weapon.
By: sam mick
March 18, 2013
I weigh about 140.lbs - 5'7'' and given I am only going to be using this board in the park, I was wondering if I could get away with riding a 147 or a 148w? mind you my boot size is a right in-between width wise so i could go either way.
By: Kenji D-I
January 22, 2013
I would definitely go with the 148w. I like having a stable platform under my feet in the park and the wider width will give that to you. Also won't have to worry about toe drag if you end up going with different boots that might have a bigger profile or something. That will be a super sick park set-up.
By: Josh Chapman
January 23, 2013
So, I'm your typical park rat that laps park all day, every day (with the exception of the resort I ride at gets hammered with 2-3 feet of snow, which leads me to my first question, will this hold out on me when i'm shredding pow? now to my next question, I wear a size 10 boot or so, and i'm about 5' 8", but I'm only 115 pounds, so i'm pretty much what you'd call a "beanpole" so, i have a problem of finding a board that is in my weight category and height category, will a size 10 boot fit on a regular sized board? and if not, do you know of any boards that are wide but in my weight class and size class AND won't break the bank? next question, while i do a lot of rail stuff, I also like cruising around, sending it on medium sized jumps (my definition of medium sized is 20-35 feet) and going relatively fast will this board be responsive enough for that stuff? If anybody could answer any of these questions, that would be great
November 15, 2012
This board is pretty soft for jumping 20-35 foot jumps. You might want to consider something else.
By: Life is Short
March 10, 2013
October 15, 2012
The K2 World Wide Weapon or WWW for short is the original park rats jib noodle. The World Wide Weapons famous blunted tips give it a short board length and comparatively long effective edge a great combination for improving board nimbleness and reducing swing weight whilst maintaining a reasonable amount of edge hold. The soft flex and reverse camber of the WWW makes pressing and buttering so easy its got to be cheating and make it surprisingly fun for messing about in the pow. Not a board you want to aim up an icy pipe wall or point down a gnarly couloir and i definitely wouldnt recommend it to an all-mountain rider but a good choice for those addicted to rail and jib riding.
The Weapon has been pushing rider creativity on jibs for over a decade. Originally designed by the Robot Food era K2 team, the Weapon was created as a platform for progression and originality. A style carried on by rider like Nick Dirks and Jake Kuzyk.
Jib Rocker - THE FREESTYLE SOLUTION:
Jib Rocker is a versatile twin Rocker built to dominate the park. Just enough rise in the tip and tail to create a loose, buttery feel on all types of terrain. Contact points stay well off the snow until engaged eliminating edge hook while maintaining fun pop.
I am 5ft 10in and 140lbs with a size 11 boot, would I be able to ride this even though it isnt a wide?
By: Justin Anderson
September 17, 2012
Park & Pipe: 151 Wide
All Mountain: 154 Wide
Backcountry: 157 Wide
By: Nika Mukhashavria
October 16, 2012
so apparently you can downsize 5cm with the WWW. Can i ride a 147cm? I am 65kg without any gear on, 170cm tall and size 7 boot.
August 1, 2012
You should be able to! I ride last years version of this board and it is perfect in every way shape and form.
August 27, 2012
Research out-of-stock versions:
- 147 cm, 151 cm, 154 cm, 157 cm
- Jib Rocker
- Effective Edge:
- [147 cm ] 1152 mm; [151 cm ] 1176 mm; [154 cm ] 1203 mm; [157 cm ] 1228 mm
- Waist Width:
- [147 cm ] 245 mm; [151 cm ] 247 mm; [154 cm ] 249 mm; [157 cm ] 251 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [ 147 cm ] 7.6 m; [ 151 cm ] 7.7 m; [ 154 cm ] 7.8 m; [ 157 cm ] 7.9 m
- Stance Width:
- [147 cm] 20 in; [151 cm] 21 in; [154 cm] 22 in; [157 cm] 22 in
- Stance Setback:
- W1 (wood)
- Extraduded 2000
- Recommended Rider Weight:
- [147 cm] < 170 lb; [151 cm] 120 - 200 lb; [154 cm] 120 - 200 lb; [157 cm] 130 - 210 lb
- Recommended Use:
- freestyle, jibbing