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K2 Mini Turbo Snowboard 100 w/ Mini Turbo Boot/Binding - Kids, Youth

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Description: K2 Mini Turbo Snowboard 100 w/ Mini Turbo Boot/Binding - Kids, Youth

Designed purely for little kids, the 2010-11 K2 Mini Turbo snowboard boasts a tip-to-tail wood core for proven durability as well as CATCH FREE ROCKER to ensure a successful progression on-snow. The flex pattern is tailored to the height and weight of your mini shredder making the Mini Turbo the perfect solution for getting him on snow and up the lift with the rest of the family.

Kids and parents alike love the simplicity, ease-of-use, growth and value that the 2010-11 K2 Mini Turbo binding provides. The combination of a single supportive strap that captures the entire boot and EZ Feed ratchets means less fumbling with gear and more time on the slopes. Kids feet grow, why shouldn''t their bindings? The integrated chassis/highback is easily adjustable to three different lengths. K2''s Patent Pending EZ Mount system secures the bindings securely to any standard 4-hole pattern without sacrificing stance-angle adjustability.

Everything you need to keep mini-shreds happy and on the hill. Superior comfort, fit and warmth ensure he''s stoked every moment on the hill. Quick-release Boa reel means speedy on, speedy off - no matter what the occasion or emergency. K2''s sizing shims are budget friendly as they allow this boot to grow with busy feet. When you''re looking for something to get started, think Mini Turbo!

Key Features of the K2 Mini Turbo Snowboard
  • Baseline: Catch Free Rocker
  • Construction: Hybrilight
  • Shape: Dual Progressive
  • Core: W1 Core
  • Glass: Biax Top and Base
  • Torsion Forks: Carbon Matrix 1
  • Length(cm): 100
  • Effective Edge(cm): 77.66
  • Tip/Tail Width(cm): 24.23
  • Waist Width(cm): 21
  • Sidecut(m): 4.5
Key Features of the K2 Mini Turbo Snowboard Bindings:
  • Disc: Patent Pending EZ Mount
  • Ratchets: EZ Feed
Key Features of the K2 Mini Turbo Snowboard Boots:
  • LINER: Unified
  • FIT: Internal J Bars
  • LACING: Boa Standard
  • FOOTBED: EVA Insole + Sizing Shims
  • SOLE: Cut & Buff
  • DETAILS: Heel & Tongue Pull For Easy Entry

Mini Turbo

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  • "Great for the little man"

    , Lawrenceburg,IN
    Pros: Great Value,Durable Construction, Cons:

    He is going to love this stuff. Good pricing for an intro set up.

K2 Mini Turbo Snowboard 100 w/ Mini Turbo Boot/Binding
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Tara M: price and size package Dec 2, 2013
Krista N: fantastic deal! we've been struggling to find gear small enough for our little guy. this was perfect Nov 26, 2013
James F: Great buy, no more renting for my son. Nov 6, 2013
Jeff S: Great pkg for kids to grow into Oct 26, 2013
Steve X: Looking for a snowboard for the little one. Nice package overall with room to grow. Oct 22, 2013
April W asked: What size are the boots? Dec 1, 2013
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Roy MStaff: The only size option left in stock is a 100cm board and size 1 boots. Dec 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm looking for a board for my 2 year old daughter. Would this be a good option? Dec 3, 2013
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Sarah O: Its a great package for sure, I got it for my son last year when he was four. The boots fit great and the board has a lot of flex so perfect for a beginner. He was about 30 pounds at the time and very strong legs. He is also fearless and loves to speed down the hill. But every kid is different. I think 2 might be a bit young but it just depends on the child.
Dec 3, 2013
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Jason L: This might be a little big but I think it would be manageable for a 2 year old.perfect to grow into. I bought this for my 3 year old son and he had no problem lifting it, jumping to get started, it was the perfect size for him. And the ratchet boots are the best as he can get the boots on by himself. Dec 4, 2013
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Dennis D: This was great for my son from age 4 to 6. I like the fact that the boots could "grow" with him. Now my younger kids will inherit it. Not sure about this one for a two year old but ad long a the size boot n board are available then I believe it's a good one Dec 3, 2013
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Rebecca C: Hi there I bought this board for my son who just turned 4. He is quite big for his age. When my daughter, who is quite a bit smaller started at 3 she started with a 90cm. I would think a 90cm board would be better for a two year old. Dec 3, 2013
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Brian F: I bought it for my 4 year old son last year. He's a pretty athletic little dude and had been boarding several times beforehand. He jumped right of the lift with this rig and rocked it all the way down the hill. Totally worth it. Dec 3, 2013
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Joshua A: I think its a great board. we haven't had a chance to get out yet. although after researching information about training kids. I wish i would have went with ski's instead? but the product that The House supplied is great!! Dec 3, 2013
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Brenna S: I purchased it for my 3 year old son, its sturdy and he's able to grow into it. A good starter board, I do suggest this for kiddos a good board set to get them started early! Dec 5, 2013
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Scott L: I bought for my 5 yo son and worked great, will also work this year when he is 6.

Probably too big and boots too big for 2 y/o
Dec 3, 2013
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James F: My son is eight years old 4-1/2 feet tall, 65 lbs size 13 shoe and it fits him well. Hope that helps Dec 3, 2013
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Troy M: She will have better luck with skis. My 7 year old still struggles with this board. Dec 3, 2013
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Don G: Probably best suited for 5-8 yrs Dec 3, 2013
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