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K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard

K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard
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Description: K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard

Built to last, the K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard for men is a one of a kind board that is built to support you through it all. Any terrain can be conquered with confidence when you strap in and point down. The extra wide design is more stable and supportive than ever, and will help you maintain balance at all times. Built with an AT Baseline, enjoy the perfect mix of flat profile and a bit of rocker to help you race down the steeps with speed, ollie over obstacles in the park or effortlessly float through powder, while this versatile board is lightweight and easy to maneuver.

Key Features of K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard:
  • Baseline: All Terrain
  • Construction: Hybritech
  • Shape: Directional
  • Core: WH3
  • Layup: ICG-20/ Biax w/ Carbon Web I
  • Base: 4000 Sintered
Dimensions
Length (cm) 156 156 159 162 157W 160W 164W 167W
Effective Edge (cm) 116.76 119.3 121.84 125.38 119.3 121.84 126.92 129.46
Tip Width (cm) 28.68 28.79 29.12 29.46 30.3 30.73 31.34 31.83
Tail Width (cm) 28.68 28.79 29.12 29.46 30.3 30.73 31.34 31.83
Waist Width (cm) 24.5 24.7 24.9 25.1 26.0 26.3 26.6 26.9
Sidecut (m) 7.9 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3

Turbo Dream Wide


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Hi, I'm looking for the k2 turbo dream wide snowboard. I'm 6.3 ft tall and my weight is 175 lbs, I used to ride powder in off piste but also the park. Should I get the 157W or 160W? Which bindings do you recommend?
I'm actually using the GNU Park Pickle 2013/2014 159W but I feel it's too flexible and sometimes the tip of the board gets stucked in the powder.

Thank you.
Luis C on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Either one will be alright. Maybe go for the 160W if you are looking to do more powder riding (157W for more park stuff). If you want to stick with K2, The Indy's will work well: http://www.the-house.com/k21ind06bk15zz-k2-snowboard-bindingss.html
I am 6'2 195lb and wear a size 12 boot. Would the 164 or the 160 cm K2 Turbo Dream Wide Snowboard be a good fit for me? I know from talking to friends and representatives that I should be using a board that is 160-170 and it should be a wide board. What do you think? I am torn between this and the Raygun wide as both offer all mountain, which is something I am looking for.
Ray Petersen on Feb 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Ray,

I think both sizes would work for you. That's a tough call. The shorter the board the better for park riding, while the longer the board, the more stable it will be.
Can't decide between the 157W and the 159 K2 Turbo Dream? Please help.
I'm 6'1" 175lb size 10 advanced “old school” rider looking for a powder all mountain board with a surfy feel. I recently purchased the CarveAir 154 (will test ride it Thursday once it arrives…stoked!!!) and would like to add a board to my quiver that shreds pow but can handle everything else once the mountain gets tracked. I started riding in '86 but just recently got back into boarding (predominately tele since ‘00) after falling in love with surfing. The old school/boarderX/freerider in me would typically ride a 162 - 173 cambered board (Electra/T6/BMC/Eldo) but see that times have changed. Looks like boards are getting shorter and wider and I've never ridden a flat base rockered board. I love to charge steep techy terrain, tight trees, euro carve and slash with the occasional small drop, method, nose/tail grab. Looking for a board that will compliment my CarveAir when the snow gets deep and it seems like the Turbo Dream is the ticket. Sounds like going with a shorter wider 157W board will enable me to get the surfy/playful quick turning feel I’m looking for but I’m wondering with my weight, height and ability level on the steep techy terrain it’ll be enough?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The K2 Turbo Dream is a great choice. With a size 10 boot you could ride the 159cm regular width version.

Another board to look at that is more powder/big mountain oriented is the K2 Ultra Dream Snowboard. Check it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9868k3uld13zz-k2-snowboards.html