K2 Wowpow

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The K2 Wowpow definitely wows in the pow, but really, it is an all round weapon from the steep to the deep. With a chick specific Rhythm core and All-Terrain Baseline, you have yourself a perfect combo of pop, power and playful fun. Pair that with a directional sidecut for fast, easy carving, and voila! What else do you need? A nice graphic? Because it has that too.

Key Features

Board Type: All Mountain

Camber Type: All-Terrain Rocker (We call it Directional Reverse Camber)

The board is designed to have a mostly flat profile, with reverse camber through the nose and tail. The nose has a longer reverse section than the tail, making it directional.

Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Great Medium flex that can ride all over the mountain and play in the park.

Shape: Directional

Predominantly designed to be ridden forwards, yet can also be ridden switch with confidence.


Rhythm Core: Designed specifically for the ladies in mind. The boards core is made up of varying wood species, focusing on swing weight reduction and optimised strength. In less words, the board will be light weight with lightning fast edge transitions.
WH4: Similar to the WH3, three different species of wood are strategically arranged to optimise strength, limit weight, and ensure dampening without the use of excess materials.
Hybritech: Sidewalls along the boards surface flow into the nose and tail to reduce weight, advance turn initiation and increase durability. 


Base: 4000 Sintered

The fastest natural base material on snow. You will get that fresh wax feeling for longer with exceptional durability, absorbency and hold.


Board Lengths: 146cm, 151cm

Waist Width:

(146cm) 241mm
(151cm) 243mm 

Recommended Rider Weight:

(146cm) 41-73kg
(151cm) 55-91kg
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