K2 Eighty Seven 2018
The K2 Eighty Seven is designed to give you that surfy feel riding all over the mountain, with the Volume Shift design you get a wide but shorter board that is quick and easy to manoeuvre, but still stable and poppy. The extra width gives you plenty of float in powder, while the longer nose and short tail make sure you won't be sinking. Make sure to size it down for that surfy feel!
Board Type: All-Mountain
Camber Type: Directional Camber Baseline
With camber between your feet you get the edge hold, pop and stability you would expect from a camber board, with the addition of rocker on the nose and tail you get extra float when the snow is deep and smooth and easy turns.
Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)
A medium flex that
Shape: Tapered Directional
A wider and longer nose give you extra float in deep snow, while the narrower and shorted tail helps keep turns easy and keeps the nose of the board up.
Volume Shift: Shaped to give you that surfy, maneuverable feeling. Designed to be ridden 3-5cm from your standard board length.
New Bambooyah Core: A blend of two woods, that keep the board light and responsive.
Hybritech: Sidewalls along the boards surface flow into the nose and tail to reduce weight, advance turn initiation, and increase durability.
The fastest natural base material on snow. You will get that fresh wax feeling for longer with exceptional durability, absorbency and hold.
Carbon Torque Forks:Carbon that extends from your binding to the contact points on your board allows for a more responsive and more stable ride.
ICG Glass: By combining carbon with the fiberglass, the board becomes lighter, smoother, and more playful
Board Lengths: 150cm, 155cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
- Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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