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K2 Fastplant Snowboard Review

Posted March 28, 2012 @ 12:35pm | by Craig Wright

 

K2 Fastplant Snowboard

K2 Fastplant Snowboard is Bambooyah to the core and the perfect spring snow slayer.

Warmer temperatures are hitting ski resorts all across the country. Snow is softening and coverage is thinning. It is the perfect time of year to slide around on terrain features that might have had you humbled earlier in the season. These are the snow conditions in which Heros are made. Hero snow is upon us, and my selection this week is primo for a spring fling in the park.

The K2 Fastplant brings lightweight and durability for hard spring-time shredding. The board is not afraid to slash any feature and it's ollie-bar delivers maximum pop! The Jib Rocker is a nice addition to the construction providing the board with super easy turn initiation and better control in choppy wet snow. The bamboo core gives the board its extreme durability. Bonks, rails, boxes, wall rides and big kickers don't stand a chance. K2 is so confident in the Fastplant's bomb-proof construction that they gave it an unprecedented 5 year warranty!

Spring time brings out the best in every snowboarder. Warm weather and slushy snow give all of us confidence to jump off things that look terrifying. When there is Hero snow, you mount your best park stick and tell your buddy to grab the Contour (or GoPro). The K2 Fastplant will only amplify your spring season and elevate your free-style riding to another level.

K2 Fastplant Snowboard Review aka Bottom Line: So much fun! Poppy, stable, lightweight and durable. This is an awesome freestyle deck.

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Tags: K2 Fastplant Review, K2 Snowboards, Bambooyah Core, Spring Conditions, Contour
 
 
 
 
 
 

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