K2 Fling - 2011

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I guess you could call the Fling the woman’s version of the Believer. A medium flex, 4000 grade sintered base, Flatliner zero camber profile and carbon torsion forks should keep even the most capable riders satisfied. You’ll be sure to be wanting a long term relationship with the K2 Fling.

Manufacturer's Description:

True freestyle versatility.

Refined for the ladies ripping in the park, the Fling’s twin-tip design and medium flex defines true freestyle versatility.

The girls have been begging for an in-between, not too stiff, not too soft park ruler. The Fling is exactly that. A Dual Progressive Sidecut and centred stance offer precise response and easy manoeuvrability while the torsion fork configuration and Rhythm Core yield powerful pop while remaining playful and lively. Hands down, this board will make you ride better.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding High cost snowboard Rocker construction Twin shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
138, 142, 146, 149, 153

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Flatline™ zero camber profile
Hybritaper™ construction
Twin Tip shape
Dual Progressive sidecut
Rhythm™ Core
Biaxial glass laminates
Carbon Matrix I torsion forks
4000 grade sintered base

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Nikki. on September 05, 2010 at 11:02 AM

Had a wee demo on this board today. Oh my god. It made me quiver like a teenage virgin. Its sooooooooo nice and I have to have it within my clutches by next weekend!

Tiffer on January 11, 2011 at 06:31 PM

Hi, still can’t get thru the rediculously hard registration! I need to find a board for my missus, she’s intermediate but has suffered with catching edges cos she’s got a cheap old style camber board that’s way too short (a 141 for a 60kg 163cm girl)she’s tried the fling and i think she likes it, and the roxy sugar banana liked but found it a little skatey (i think thats about right for a center rockered board? Didn’t like the artec venus at all which didn’t surprise me! So the question is what all mountain board would be good if I can’t get hold of a K2 fling as they’re sold out in the shops i’ve tried so far? Help cos she’ll kill me if i don’t find something!

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