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K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard


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Description: K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard

The K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard takes creativity and progression to a new level, making this board one of the most exciting items on the market. Aimed towards entry level and intermediate riders looking for all-mountain and freestyle environments, this board packs in plenty of technology to make for an amazing experience. The Jib Rocker and JibTip give plenty of pop and fun, combined with a Hybritech ultra-lightweight construction that makes sure you are never held back. The WWW Rocker is one of the best boards on the market for anyone looking to have a fun ride.

Key Features of the K2 WWW Snowboard:
  • Jib Rocker
  • JibTip
  • Diecut P-Tex Top
  • Baseline: Jib Rocker
  • Damping: Standard
  • Construction: JibTip, Hybritech
  • Shape: Twin Hyper Progressive
  • Stance: Centered
  • Core:W1
  • Glass: Biax / Biax
  • Additives: P-Tex Top
  • Base: 2000 Extruded
  • Base Bevel: 3 degree
Length (cm) 142 147 151 154 157
Effective Edge (cm) 112.68 115.22 117.76 120.30 122.84
Tip Width (cm) 28.18 28.5 28.83 29.17 29.5
Tail Width (cm) 28.18 28.5 28.83 29.17 29.5
Waist Width (cm) 24.30 24.50 24.70 24.90 25.1
Sidecut (m) 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9

WWW Rocker

Past Season Product

4.7 / 5.0
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K2 WWW Rocker
Love this board. It really changed my whole experience and style. Having so much for fun in the park....compared to my last board, the WWW is so forgiving, especially on rails and boxes...

my only negative is that the soft material on the bottom of the board dings relatively easily. After a season, the base looked so tore up...still rides nice tho
November 9, 2014
over 3 years ago
love it
Snowboard is great nice n flexy just what I wanted
March 5, 2015
over 2 years ago
Good beginner and int.
My brother bought this for me at the end of last season. I have been riding for a bit and found this board to be a good step up from my last one. Easy to play around in the park and has great pop.
October 7, 2013

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Have had this board before and it's a great park and mountain board even though it's super flexy
Colin S on Feb 20, 2014
Good specs. for how I'd like to ride. :)
Hayden R on Jan 4, 2014
Have had this board before and it's a great park and mountain board even though it's super flexy
Colin S on Feb 20, 2014
Good park board
nick v on Jan 10, 2014
Good specs. for how I'd like to ride. :)
Hayden R on Jan 4, 2014
Been wanting it for years, a nice job park board
Matthew T on Dec 6, 2013
soft flex board
kyle l on Dec 5, 2013
best deck for jib
ALEKSANDR L on Nov 29, 2013
Good park board
nick v on Jan 10, 2014
Been wanting it for years, a nice job park board
Matthew T on Dec 6, 2013
If I were to buy the 154cm long board, then will it actually be 154cm in length? Because some people are saying that u should ride this board 5 cm down. So when u ride it will it actually be 154cm or will it be 159cm?
Michael D on Feb 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: thats about right - notice how the tips are "cut off" - makes the board feel a little longer than it measures.
If I ride a 155 and am 5'11 weighing 180, what size WWW would I go for?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I am exactly the same size as you haha. Last season I had a k2 www 151 and it was a beast in the park, groomers, street, and powder. It all depends on rider ability. Pick a higher size if your a beginner.. 151 allows you to jib easier and lock in those landings. Not recommended if you are not a park rat. Hope this helps
I ride the weapon from the year before this one is it a hard transition?
A shopper on Feb 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure how the year before rides but I assure you the ride is as smooth as butter.. I would not trade this board for any other on the market right now except for maybe a lib tech.
Hey in 5' 4" and I'm about 100lbs, should a 147 inch board be good for me?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2014
There is certainly some personal choice here, but a 147 would be at the longer end for you. K2 suggests a 144 to 145 length would be better.
for all mountain riding would you suggest the K2 fast plant or the WWW? Is the WWW have to much flex?
A shopper on Mar 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I've been riding this board since the beginning of November, and it is by far the best board Ive ride in my life! I do a lot of different types of riding; a lot of park, however when I go to resorts in Wisconsin like granite peak and Mount Bohemia, it is perfect for everything from tree skiing, mogules, or just slashing down a black diamond. The flex is just right for all situations, it's enough to keep it stable at high speeds, or while going on bumpy runs. This definitely isn't a stiff board though, it's just has well moderated flex and beautiful rocker. The flex is good for buttering off kickers, or jibbing on pretty much anything. Plus it has a gnarly graphic!
is there a warranty on this board?
Ben L on Dec 15, 2013

Below is the warranty for the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard:

K2 Limited Warranty for Snowboards
K2 warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of (1) year from the original date of purchase at retail.
I'm 5' 7" and read wondering what size I should go with. I ride a lot of park, and for about a week during the season we'll do some powder boarding. I ride a 155 usually, so would the 151 be a good choice? I'm curious if the nose will hold up in powder as well.
Mike f. on Dec 3, 2013

The size of the board is determined mostly upon the riders weight, not height. How much do you weigh?
what color is the 147cm?
kyle l on Dec 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The 147cm version of the K2 WWW rocker snowboard is available in all 4 color options.
Can you carve with this board or is its flex to soft? Another thing, does it have good pop for jumps?
A shopper on Jan 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The board is super flexxy. But the new technology has aloud you to pop really well at the same time. I ride park and it's the best park board I ever road. Really fun pressing and buttering all over the mountain.
I'm looking for a board that I can go hard with in the park but also spend time carving and riding powder. Is this a good board for that or what would you suggest?
A shopper on Apr 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is the board my 16 year old son rides, he LOVES it (seriously)! It is FANTASTIC in the park, very flexible and responsive and super light weight. Has made a HUGE difference in his progression in the park this year, landed his first 520 last weekend. It's not great in powder, but not terrible either, maybe a 5 out of 10 for that. I hope this helps.
I'm finally looking to buy my first board. i'm 5'9 and about 178lbs. is the 154 good for me?
Sean M on Feb 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 154 is good but I would go one size up at youR weight. I use 154 at 5'8 AND 160 Lbs. But the beauty of www is going smaller than you would normally. I'm 154 and next size up which I think is 157
K I'm confused I'm trying to get the board with the blue decals on the bottom but when I press on the blue one it's red?
Steven s on Jan 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: As listened under the main picture of the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard "Base color may vary" means exactly that.

K2 uses a waste saving / environmentally friendly process called base swap to reduce the overall amount of waste from their factories. The base material's die-cut pieces are kind of like puzzle pieces, expect that they can mix and match the combinations.

All top sheet graphics for the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard are as represented by their specific size.
What is the max stance you can put on this board?? Distance between the bindings that is
Santo M on Mar 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Well im not exactly sure because i dont ride with a very wide stance. And if you are purchasing this board to ride park your stance really should not be very wide anyways, but i would recommend this board. I absolutely love the flex and how it handles rails!
How does this board handle the in the back country? And overall resort riding?
A shopper on Feb 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It handles amazing, I bought my board about 4 weeks ago, and I dont regret it, for the price its a real steal, I wouldn't change anything about it, and graphics are amazing and its handles good but a bit choppy for powder as tis a park board buts its so forgiving ect.
I'm a beginner rider and recently purchased the k2 www board n looking at getting rossignol cuda bindings with k2 maysis boa boots would this be a good set up or what do you recommend?
dusty b on Apr 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Look up reviews for my favorite bindings brand Union, and why people love them, and also check out nike snowboard boots, solaman of you have a wide foot. I would highly recommend you try boots before you buy,
I ride a 151 board but im going to grow 2
to 3 in over the summer what size should I get? (im 150lb and 5'9)
jared f on Jan 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It's all preference really. i ride a 153 and im the same height. i like smaller boards because i mainly ride park and i feel i have more board control on a smaller deck and makes it easier for me to get into tricks and tweak them. if youre just gonna be cruising around bigger boads are better because it gives you more stability. Again its really all preference on wht you are comfortable with.
This board should be ridden 5 cm smaller than usual right?
Nicholas A on Dec 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Nicolas,

Yes the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard can be ridden 5cm shorter than usual without losing the stability you'd find in longer boards.
I've been riding almost 20 years and haven't bought a new board in almost 10 years. Im lost with all the options now.
I mostly ride the small powder stashes in the U.P. which is tight wooded and love to side hit, butter and try to ride switch
as much as possible. I also make an occasional trip west to the Tetons. Can you point me in the right direction for board options?
Im a big dude 5'11'' about 230 but still light on my feet. Not interested in anything Burton.
Dirty J on Dec 1, 2015

You're right technology has changed drastically in the last two decades. If you want to stay within the K2 line check out the K2 Turbo Dream:

Jeremy Jones' Jones Snowboards have been some of the most popular boards ridden by guys who've been riding for longer than most park rats have been alive.

With that being said, the Jones Mountain Twin (wide option available) comes to mind. It's the ultimate freeriding board for the rider who rips switch too. Check it out HERE:

Here are a few of my other top picks for you:

Rossignol One Magtek -

Capita Black Snowboard of Death -

Gnu Riders Choice -

Lib Tech Attack Banana -

Ride Berzerker -

Salomon Man's Board -
What color is the 157cm k2 www that is on sale? Are they still availible? I can find it under k2 snowboards but can't search for it
A shopper on Nov 14, 2015
The 157 K2 WWW that you attached this question to IS still available. This is a little different in that once you select the size (157cm) you can select the color option you want.
I'm 165lbs, have a 10.5 boot with "shrinkage" technology. Is the 154 too thin in the waist?
AKeppelr423 on Nov 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Andrew. The 154cm size seems to be right on the edge on the small side. What kind of riding do you do?
I am 6'1" 180 lbs. I normally ride a 157. Should I ride the 154 if I buy this board?
Dayne H on Sep 21, 2015

The 154cm would be a good choice for you because you can down size the K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard a lot!
I was wondering if you guys would get the k2www wide 2013 model back in stock? I just loved the graphic and did not have the time to get one!! I am loving k2www work and really want this board but in a wide and with the Red,Blue, and black color combo on the bottom so please please please get these back in stock for me and us wide riders!!
mike h on Feb 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Mike!
I looked through everything, and then double checked with our product specialists, and we have no remaining examples of the 2013 WWW Wide. I apologize. It is just old enough that I can be sure that we will not receive any more either. I agree that it was a great and successful deck, but it is going to be a little tough for you to find. I will do a little research, and see if I can locate one for ya. I will use your posted e-mail if I locate one. Otherwise, keep an eye on ebay, and Amazon.
Hi, I am looking for the k2www 2013 model in a wide would you guys be able to get them back in stock I just really love the 2013 graphic and I need a wide due to my boot size I also would want the Blue,black, and red combo one. So the blue one!! I was just wondering if you may get them back in stock or if you know of any other website that still carries them?
mike h on Feb 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we do not have the 2013 K2 WWW Snowboard in stock. Like most other shops, we sold out of them at the end of the 2013 season. Check craigslist or ebay.

You might want to re consider and get the 2015 K2 WWW instead. Check it out HERE:
I weigh about 185, size 11 boots and have a 160 wide K2 Raygun, it was my first board. I love it, but I am starting to ride in the park more and wanted to downsize and get away with a regular width board if I could. I was thinking the 157 for this, but heard to ride this board smaller. Should I go with the 154?
A shopper on Feb 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: With a size 11 boot you should ride boards that have a minimum waist width of 25.8cm. The 157cm K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard has a waist width of 25.1cm. Over all that isn't much of a difference to matter, and if you have boots that feature a low profile and a small footprint you should be good to go.
Do you deliver to canada?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
We are happy to ship to Canada, however we are unable to ship K2's products internationally. I apologize. Take a look at our Canadian help page for more info, and a list of companies we are able to ship to you:
If i get the 154cm board will my large bindings fit on it?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It will be close, but i think a bit narrow. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology.
the description of color does not match the color of the board. is this a mistake or am i not understanding the colors? i do not want to order wrong color board..
Milan on Feb 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The images correlate to each size. The corresponding color label is that which the vendor, K2, assigns to each option.
I ride a 155 nitro and was looking for a board that has a little more pop to it but still can ride around if I'm not feeling park laps. How does the WWW handle out of the park?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Fantastic. I'm a back country rider through the woods and tight spots. The board maneuvers very well and the curved tips and matte surface make it ideal for lots of riding.
So if I ride a 153 on a normal board, what size should i buy with the www?
A shopper on Jan 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If you normally ride a 153cm you could drop down to the 147cm K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard.
I want to buy k2 www Rocker :P but i live in norway, so my puestion is, do you ship to norway?
Stain G on Dec 3, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we do not ship K2 items internationally. Please check out our international shipping page at for more information.