K2 Snowboards WWW Snowboard - 2009
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I was wondering what this board is like on jumps and rails??
August 1, 2010
You will definitely wash out on anything bigger than a 10 foot kicker bro. It all depends on experience though...it's a cambered board so it will maintain stability but it's very flexible so be careful man. Board safe brah'!
By: Christopher Shephard
August 9, 2010
hey i have a size 9.5 burton boot and i wanted to know if i would get toe/heel drag on the www 152?
March 13, 2010
thanks dude. i might even size down to the 148 since the board i ride now is a 153.
March 18, 2010
hey i was wondering if i should get this or a stepchild jibstick? i ride a 155 ride Dh2 and looking for something with some more flex
February 2, 2010
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there are two links to sell this board one is more xpensive and the 145 is black tthe other (this one) is less expensive and the 145 is white?
January 23, 2010
February 6, 2010
this one isn't rockered, the other one is
January 23, 2010
Will there be any problems if you do not size down? Also, if you don't size down will this board be any better for jumps and mountain riding then if you size down?
Also: I'm 5 foot 9 and 145 pounds size 11 boots and currently have a 155 cm board
October 4, 2009
The reason they say you can size this board down 5cm is the way they constructed the tip and tail. By bringing them lower to the ground and the curve (from snow to air) steeper they kept the same side cut as a longer board. So if you don't size down it would be sort of like sizing up when it comes to turn radius, which will make the board less responsive.
The 152 lets you have about 22" stance while the 148 has 20". If you like to spread your legs and want something a bit more stable at speeds I'd go for the 52, if you have a normal stance and just want to jib around the 148 is your choice.
The WWW is a rail oriented board meant for the entire park and is super fun on on most tings you do at a slower speed. If jibbing is not your cup of tea or you want to hit things at near light speed I'd suggest looking into another board.
The Parkstar, Darkstar and Believer are all excellent choices ranging from a more aggressive park board (Parkstar) to a allround board you can take into powder (Believer). I personally ride to Believer in both park and pow but find it a bit stiff for jibs and slow speed technical stuff.
By: Sebastian Hansen
October 16, 2009
artifact for sure m8 lnp is sick
January 9, 2010
dude get a dominant its an est board with vrocker and cruise controll only 400 bucks
November 25, 2009
Artifact bro!!!, i got one and im a pritty big fan of it but you see im just a huge rome fan so...
By: Rick Martinez
September 22, 2009
- 145cm, 148cm, 152cm, 155cm
- Twin-Tip Dual Progressive
- Effective edge:
- [152cm] 1228mm
- Waist width:
- Sidecut radius:
- Stance width:
- 22in (55.9cm)
- Stance setback:
- Core material:
- W1 (pure wood)
- Base material:
- 2000 Extruded
- Rider Weight:
- [145cm] up to 160lb; [152cm] 120-200lb; [155cm] 120-200lb
- Recommended Use:
- Park, urban
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 Year