K2 Raygun - 2013


The morning is all about playing about in the powder, airing cliffs, weaving between the trees and hucking your meat off windlips with no real idea what trick you’re attempting, or how to do it. Then a quick bite to eat for lunch and hit the park in the afternoon. If that sounds like your typical riding day and your riding level is firmly in the intermediate level then the K2 Raygun is going to meet your all-mountain snowboarding needs. The Raygun is for progressing intermediate snowboarder who can only afford space for one board in his/her board bag because the remaining space is designated for duty free.

Manufacturer's Description:


The 2012 Raygun is focused on next level progression and good days on hill. Whether you are a seasoned rider that shreds everywhere, or someone looking to step-up their game, the Raygun’s All-Terrain Rocker provides a smooth ride for all your shredding needs.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction Directional twin shape

Year: 2013

Available Lengths (cm):
150, 153, 156, 159, 161, 157W, 160W, 164W

Riding Style: All Mountain


Baseline: All Terrain Rocker
Damping: Standard
Construction: Hybritaper™
Shape: Twin Hyper Progressive
Stance: Setback ¾” (19mm)
Core: W1
Glass: Biax / ICG10
Base: 2000 Extruded
Base Bevel: 1 degree

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K2 Raygun

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