its is quite a bit softer and much more of a park oriented board. I would recommended it more for park riding and definitely for jibbing. However if you enjoy riding really soft boards in the pow, then this thing with its reverse camber construction will be a dream.
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K2 is compatible with all companies 4 x 4 hole patterns as well as Burtons 3D. However they will not work for Burtons new ICS mounting system
They make plates for your bindings that will work. They actually should have came with that Jeremy Jones board you bought. If not you can call Burton and they will send you a pair.
It is not. BC inventory is up to date by the second! Looks like they only have a S and M
No it will not fit a 15 at all. Your best bet is Ride bindings. They make a binding that fits that size foot.
freestyle boards are generally twin tip boards and softer. Twin tip meaning the nose and the tail are the same shapes and lengths. Freeride boards are generally stiffer and have a directional shape. Directional meaning the nose is a little bit bigger than the tail. This is generally done so the board will float better in powder
These pants seem to work fine for me, however I wear them really baggy. I am 6'2" and wear a XL just so they fit larger and longer. I would highly recommend them. Just get either a size L or XL