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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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k2 www rocker

Anyone have experience with the k2 www rocker. I am looking for reviews and suggestions. Any help would be geat. I am 5'1" and 125 lbs and intermediate rider that cruises and looks for jumps here and there.
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That is going to be a super soft board. I rode the 2007 (wasn't rocker back then so it's going to be a big difference) and that was super soft and super fun and easy to press... more so with rocker.
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A good buddy if mine rides one for his park board and he loves it.... I went ahead and bought a capita horrorscope for my park stick
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How would board do cruisin the mountain. I am not a speed demom, but do Like to cruise a little.
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It would cruise but it's a park board... It's very soft.... I would recommend a different board if your not interested in park.
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I've been riding each new model of this board for the past 4 years. (last year being the rocker).

The rocker rode everything here in the mid-west pretty dece'. i mainly ride park but with the rocker it felt like the edge really locked into some of the icy spots when a strayed from the park. out west it could have been a bit stiffer for deeper snow but i managed.

my opinion is if your truly a solid intermediate rider youll be able to keep your cool when things get a little chattery.

BUCK FURTON

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Thanks

Thanks guys for the info. Have a great season!
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i purchased a 09 k2 www (no rocker) /w 10'rome 390s bindings and i love it. Very easy to press and i was doing pretty good on ice on the most part. During the 8 hours i've spent at mtn high i caught edge maybe twice and ate the floor but overall it's a great intermediate board for jibbin.
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