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Your weapon of jib destruction.

Please do not attempt to download any pornography with the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard. Stick to pressing it against slippery boxes, and the occasional rail (if you swing that way). The World Wide Weapon slaughters park jibs and street obstacles with the force of a thousand angry bears, thanks to its soft flex and Jib Rocker shape.
  • Jib Rocker shape is 80% flat with reverse-camber tip and tail to reduce edge hang-ups without sacrificing control
  • Jib Tip construction uses a longer effective edge and shorter nose/tail so you can size down and maintain control
  • Biaxial fiberglass wrap delivers a press-friendly flex
  • Extruded base resists damage and repairs easily

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5 5

k2 www

iv went through many differant boards and by far the new k2 www is my favorite the flex on it is perfect for jibs box pressing whatever u want to do and it still has great stabability on the big kickers. the stabability is great at high speeds as well.

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How does this board handle at high speeds?...

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How does this board handle at high speeds? I am getting into the park style of riding but i don't wanna be deprived off my addiction to speeeeed!!

Can these boards be shipped to Australia...

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Can these boards be shipped to Australia.

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Hey,

Unfortunately we cannot ship K2 anywhere outside of the United States. I apologize for the inconvenience.

what flex rating out of 10 would u give...

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what flex rating out of 10 would u give this board? how much softer is it then the park star. im in a pickle on weather to get a www or parkstar... iv only done one previous season on a libtech TRS and i rode a ride machete for a while .. i was looking for something softer. but not sure weather to get a weapon or park star ... im more into my jumps then rails but thats probably becuase all my other boards have been 2 stiff. any help... will a weapon hold up on the jumps ill be hitting "40ft max"

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p.s. witch board would be help me progress faster. "easyer to use and learn new tricks" out of the www and parkstar.

Always Using My Weapon

Always Using My Weapon

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Even though this board is not the same model of this one, it is the same specs. I love this board so much and it is a jibbing machine. Little hard to land jumps with because it is so flexy, but if you tune your edges right it's not that bad. This board is by far my favorite board ever!

5 5

super duper!

i love all the k2 rockers there so amazing to ride in, no matter the terrain, there super flexy and one of the best boards you can get in my opinion, all the rockers are great, i have the www and no matter what year there all good, nothing but good things to say about this board

Hey guys, does this board also have the...

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Hey guys, does this board also have the biax stuff on top aswell as the bottom? because my 08/09 www is getting pretty beaten up and is pretty stiff... just wonderin.

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yeah man the top is like p-tex and with the jib rocker it makes the board super soft and playful. its not a noodle like the Artifact but it's still pretty flexy.

I currently ride a 2011 never summer evo...

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I currently ride a 2011 never summer evo 153. It's up to my chin maybe a Lil above. I'm 5'6- 5-'7 165lbs w/ size 9 boot. Looking for a new board that I can do lots of butters w/ while staying in the park. Of course I'm probably going to de-tune any board I get. Any suggestions ? Looking for super soft while still hitting some dec. Jumps. Looking at k2 illusion and rocker or any ideas would help thanks!!

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Just get the Weapon. I've been riding it for 2 years now and still love it like it's new!

Hi

I got 172 cm and 75 kg which lenght i...

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Hi

I got 172 cm and 75 kg which lenght i should choose 152 or 148??
i prefer ride park .i am not a heawy rails hitter
thx

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hey lucas well im gonna tell u right now that this board is prime on rails and i wouldnt reccomend it unless u hit lots of rails so really id steer away from this board for sure.

im deciding between this board and the...

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im deciding between this board and the forum youngblood chillydog. what would be the all around better park board?

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hey austin well the forum youngblood chillydog is a pretty versatile board can handle jumps and take rails like a champ. While the k2 www rocker is pretty soft and might be too loose on bigger jumps, but on rails it kills it.

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a little loose

i had 3 WWWs without the rocker before i got this one and im still getting used to it. it does tend to want to loop out on bigger jumps unless you absolutely stomp your landings. other than that, it is a super fun board for mini-shred and the jib line in the park.

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Great Board

Best board I've ridden hands down. I have a skate banana, but I dont ride it unless its a deep day. WWW has great flex, and great pop, which a lot of other reviewers say it does not. Boxes, jibs and rails are obviously where this board shines, you really feel locked in when you need to be, but loose when you want to be. I've also heard alot of people moaning and groaning about jumps with this board. I havent had any problems with it. A strong rider shouldn't have any either. Over all, this board is the sh*t plain and simple.

2010 155 rocker

I'd like to switch from my old Burton 2007...

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I'd like to switch from my old Burton 2007 Elite to this board since I want do do more park and ground tricks.

I'm 5"3' and 145 lbs. I wonder if 148 is suitable for me?

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im sorry man but a 148 might be kinda big for u

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What size would you recommend?

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148 is perfect, im 5'4 140 and it rides well

Size 13 Boots. 5'11 165lbs. Should I go...

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Size 13 Boots. 5'11 165lbs. Should I go with the 153w or 156w. I ride a 160 right now and its painful in parks. Thanks

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Its more about preference than anything. You should probably try out someone else's board to see how you like riding a smaller board because a jump from a 160 to a 153w might be a bit drastic since it is much more difficult to stay stable on a 153. It also depends on the board: A more flexible board like the weapon above can handle a larger weight on a smaller board whereas a stiffer board of the same size will not be able to handle as much weight. If I were to give a recommendation it would probably be the 156w based on your prior riding experience and size/weight.

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I'm about you're height 190lbs and have a 11.5 boot. I used to ride a 162, then a 158, then finally now I've got a 156 (capita scaremaster) for cruising around the mountain and larger jumps, and 152 (capita stairmaster wide) for screwing around in the park and all over the mountain. You could definitely ride that board no problem (I'm looking into one for next year). In general if you enjoy jibbing boxes and rails more get the 153w. If you like jumps more go for the 155w. If you do an equal amount of both its a toss up. 2cm is a difference in size but not so significant that it makes a huge difference either way.

5 5

Killing Machine!!

Super playful Super fun!! After riding this board for about a week now all i have to say is WOW. This weapon is a killer on rails and does a pretty good job on small jumps. I wouldn't recommend hitting huge kickers but it def. can handle the small stuff. If your worried about going small don't, I ride the 148 with an 11 boot and there is ZERO toe drag. Even though I down sized by 7cm the longer effective edge really keeps the board stable during high speed. If u wanna kill ever feature in sight then get the WWW!!

Got Wood?

Killing Machine!!
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What do you consider a small jump?... like 20 30 ft gap jumps?

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Yeah..The board can honestly handle even bigger then that but It just doesn't feel as stable..I usually use a 154 for the larger stuff

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sick setup... what binds are those? look like burton but idk really

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I have had 3 years of weapons now and I don't know why anyone says not to use it for big jumps. I spin on the 50' step down we have at my local mountain and have never felt like the weapon couldn't handle it.

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i 2nd this ... when u guys are saying a bigger jump are you saying 60's 70's ? or like 20's 40's ?

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no drag

ive got size 12 boots and i ride a 148 with no drag!

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yea i'm trying to figure out what size and i dont want the i wide i was looking at the 152 and i weara size 12 so you think i will be good with that when it comes to drag?

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Im 125 pounds 10' boots would my toes drag...

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Im 125 pounds 10' boots would my toes drag in a 145 and is this board really flexible and is it good for rails

PLEASE ANSWER QUICK ON A SCALE 1-10 IS IT...

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PLEASE ANSWER QUICK ON A SCALE 1-10 IS IT FLEXIBLE/BENDY

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really soft like a 2.5/10 with the rocker but if you get the normal camber around a 4.....hoped that helped

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really soft like a 2.5/10 with the rocker but if you get the normal camber around a 4.....hoped that helped

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rcfanthony

the WWW by K2 is an amazing board. the "jibrocker", flat to rock profile teamed with the elongated effective edge of jibtip makes it a super playfull soft and forgiving park lap board. dont forget the p-tex topsheet

How does this handle on jumps?

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How does this handle on jumps?

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Really nice for jumps! Its a twin which is primary used for park and the rocker is another really nice facor in the board! It has also recived the Transworld good wood award.

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