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K2 Lifelike Wide Snowboard

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Specs

Type: Freeride, All Mountain, Freestyle
Shape: Directional Twin
Camber: Flat
Flex: Medium
Width: Wide
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: W2
Base: Sintered, 4000
Sidecut: Progressive, Hyper Progressive
Stance Setback: 1.9 cm
Ability Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 Lifelike Wide Snowboard

The K2 Lifelike Wide Snowboard delivers solid and versatile performance with all the features you need and none you do not. The K2 Lifelike Wide Snowboard features the lightweight durability of Hybrilight Construction and the pop of Flatline Baseline technology.

Key Features of the K2 Lifelike Wide Snowboard:
  • Baseline: Flatline Tweakend
  • Damping: Standard
  • Construction: Hybrilight
  • Shape: Hyper Progressive
  • Stance: Setback 3/4" (19mm)
  • Core: W2
  • Glass: Triax/ ICG10
  • Additives: Carbon Web I
  • Base: 4000 Sintered
  • Base Bevel: 1"
  • Dimensions
    Length (cm) 157W 160W 163W
    Effective Edge (cm) 121.84 124.58 126.92
    Tip Width (cm) 30.50 30.83 31.11
    Tail Width (cm) 30.50 30.83 31.11
    Waist Width (cm) 26.1 26.3 26.5
    Sidecut (m) 7.9 8.0 8.1

    Lifelike Wide


    4.0 / 5.0
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    Great Fun All-Around Board
    Took this board through all sorts of resort terrain including bowls, glades, and some back country. Very responsive, light and fun. Well worth it.
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    November 7, 2014
    Purchased
    11 months ago
    Great for cruising
    I 'm a pretty relaxed boarder who likes to cruise , maybe take some tree runs every now and then and this board is awesome for that, a world apart from my old Ride Decade. Seems to be way more forgiving if you catch an edge and turns on a dime.
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    November 3, 2014
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Ability Level:
    Intermediate
    Lovin it in the midewest!
    For the price, this is an awesome board. Base is fast, great pop, nice flex for rails. You can get a lot of speed with this base between boxes and rails. You dont need to drop a lot of money for something awesome
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    October 3, 2013

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    The-House.com Store
    Awesome ride at a great price.
    Tom M on Dec 28, 2014
    Had decent reviews and a good price
    Rudy F on Feb 25, 2014
    Good reviews. Good price for an intermediate/advanced board. Looks sweet so ... It must be faaast! I like to go fast!!! If it ain't fast, it ain't for me. This one looks real fast!!! I can't wait to point this thing downhill.
    Kirk W on Jul 15, 2014
    was stuck between this and a burton custom wide camber. Reviews on this were good and price was great. figured it was worth a shot.
    Jason G on Jan 5, 2014
    6'2" tall and 200 lbs. Should the 160W work for me?
    A shopper on Dec 17, 2013
    Best Answer: I just bought this board because the price was to good to pass up. Ive ridden it once and I'm a 6'3 football player who weighs 240. I've been riding for about 13 years and this is my first wide snowboard ,which I got on without skipping a beat. It is fairly flexible, I'm able to press it pretty good while being able to make deep S carves without my toes dragging or catching. I bought the 160w and had the chance to take it out in 18 inches of powder and this thing just floats. Honestly this is an awesome board, it looks way better in person this picture doesn't give it justice, and if you are bigger dude this thing is for you. No regrets about this board, she's a beauty, and awesome service from The House.
    Reply · Report · Logan S on Dec 17, 2013
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    What is the insert width for the 160cm wide K2 lifelike board? Wondering if I should get the wide or standard width. Thanks.
    Tom M on Oct 30, 2013
    Best Answer: The insert width of the K2 Lifelike Wide Snowboard is approximately 1.5" between the center of each insert.

    Below you'll find the center waist widths of the Lifelike Wide:

    157W 26.1cm
    160W 26.3cm
    163W 26.5cm

    Below you'll find the center waist widths of the Lifelike:

    152 24.7cm
    155 24.8cm
    158 25cm
    161 25.2

    Generally if you have size 11+ boots it's always a good idea to ride a board with a waist width of 25.8cm or wider.
    Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Oct 31, 2013
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    I'm 6'4, 235 lbs. I have an 11 boot and ride ducky. No real preference between park or runs. Should I go for the wide just for the added riding surface because of my size?
    A shopper on Jan 23, 2014
    Best Answer: Yes you should. I have size 13 feet and there is nothing like riding without catching a toe. I am also tall and 250 lbs and this board distributes the weight in powder. It is back set slightly so all you have to do is lean back in the powder and enjoy the ride. This was an upgrade for me from a K2 AStar and my max speeds have significantly increased.

    It is slightly on the stuff side so it will take a few runs to settle in and feel comfortable.

    It is a performance board and would recommend matching the bindings with an equal or better quality binding. I realized that almost immediately as I used my bindings from the AStar at first. Quickly switched to Ride Capos.

    I really love this board and am 100 percent happy I purchased it last season. Can't beat the price either.

    Hope you enjoy it.
    Reply · Report · Jameel D on Nov 4, 2014
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    6'3" 220 sz 13 boot...I ride mostly groomed, packed, and fast. Would you recommend the 160 or 163?
    Kevin G on Feb 19, 2014
    Best Answer: I would go with a 160w. It is alot of board being wide and the shorter board will allow you to hold an edge in icy conditions better and allow you to play in the trees and bumps if wanted. I have my stance shifted back on the board to allow tighter turns as well. As a reference I went from a 158.5 standard to a 160w and if I was to do it again I would have gone with the 157. As a reference I am 5'11" and 200lbs with a size 13 boot.
    Reply · Report · Nicholas T on Feb 20, 2014
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    I currently ride a burton air 160 from back in 06. is this board better?
    Nick C on Nov 22, 2014
    Best Answer: Look this board hands down rocks. I bought the 160 life-like and haven't looked back since. Its good to rip down the mountain at highspeed , hit some rails, and not forget the jumps. I'm 6'3 250lbs (college football player) this board treats me awesome. I'm not affiliated with k2 at all but this board is a must buy. FYI it looks a lot better in person swear on my life.
    Reply (1) · Report · Logan S on Nov 22, 2014
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    Hello I am 6 ft 1 180lb's and wear a size 10.5.....should I get the 160 Wide or the 161 regular version on this board?
    A shopper on Dec 12, 2013
    Best Answer: With a size 10.5 boot you could ride the 161cm K2 Lifelike Snowboard without any problems. It has a 25.2cm waist width that will suit your boot size just fine.
    Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 13, 2013
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