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Pop it, press it, stomp it, repeat.

If the K2 World Wide Weapon snowboard had its own website, it would probably be 'www.pressitlikenobodys.biz'. For real, though, this butter-licious board is designed for one thing—to lock into presses and slides on any surface. K2's Jib Rocker shape and bomber construction help the WWW stand up to the abuse of park features and street rails and come out begging for more, and Jib Tip construction lets you downsize without losing control.
  • Jib Rocker profile is flat between the feet, with rocker in the tip and tail for predictable ollies and boardslides and effortless press tricks too
  • P-tex topsheet resists cracks, chips, and dings
  • Jib Tip construction uses a longer effective edge and short tip/tail—drop about 5cm from your normal board size
  • Biax fiberglass layout delivers a pressy, buttery flex
  • Full-wood W1 core maintains pop and resists damage
  • Extruded base makes gouge repair easy

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Whats the Flex rating?

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Whats the Flex rating?

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I don't think K2 gives it a flex rating, but this is a soft board. I'd put it around a 3 or 4 on a 1-10 scale (10 being the stiffest). Super jibby fun park board!

which is a better board the WWW or Parkstar..?...

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which is a better board the WWW or Parkstar..? I need a responsive board with great flex for mannuels n Ollie's.

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They are definitely similar but if you want a straight up park board, go Parkstar. If you want something that slays the park but doesn't confine you to it, go WWW.

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That doesn't make any sense josh, the park star is park/all mountain, the www is a park jib board. . . . .

Im wondering whats the weight is compared...

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Im wondering whats the weight is compared to other boards. is this snowboard realativlly light or heavy?

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its deffenatelly a lighter board

Im 5'11 170lbs mostly all mountain rider...

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Im 5'11 170lbs mostly all mountain rider but want to start getting into park while still doing trails and pow. what size board would be good for me the 155 or 152. Or should i look at the parkstar? Im just afraid the parstar will be too stiff.

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The parkstar will be all good man, its definatly not a stiff board at all. It'd go witht the 155 for your weight/height too.

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Hey j chap. why are you all for the K2...

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Hey j chap. why are you all for the K2 WWW?

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Parker Tribute

so everyone knows Travis Parker Right!? if u dont google him you weekend warrior!

Well Travis Parker is back riding Pro for K2 so what did they do but take the weapon back to the Travis days... Still rolling with their unbeatable P-Tex Topsheet, and +5 effective edge known as "JibTip", K2 brought the shape and black center graphic back to the original days off the WWW... just like when Travis designed it.

still a phenomenal product and unbeatable board

K2 WWW, Ride Crush, or Arbor Draft?
I am...

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K2 WWW, Ride Crush, or Arbor Draft?
I am trying to decide between these 3 options. I am a decent all mountain rider and have the basics of park down (Boardslides, 180 on/off boxes, small down rails, etc.) but I really want to spend a lot of time in the park this year and want a board that will help me progress fast. Which board do you think would be best. Also can you recommend a binding ( I wear size 9 thirtytwos)?

Thanks

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I'd say go for this or a capita horrorscope. As for bindings check out union thats what i always ride. Either the force or the contact model.