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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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2013 K2 Slayblade / Flatline

Anyone have better pictures of next years K2 Slayblade? I found this but I was hoping for some real life pictures from a show or something...

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While we're at it, what are your opinions of the Flatline and can anyone that has ridden a slayblade give me their opinion? I've been riding camber for a while and picked up a NS legacy after my K2 Titan was stolen last season. I don't really like the feel of it so I'll probably sell it. In the meantime I've picked up a used K2 Zeppelin Wide. Next year I'm thinking I might try out the Slayblade for all mountain bombing.

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The Slayblade is a great board. I was able to demo it last season. If I were always on high speed groomers I would've bought it. For my style (a little of everything ) the Turbo Dream was more to my liking. Have you thought about that? Lib makes some nice boards. I'm looking at one now to add to the quiver.
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I haven't ridden the Slayblade, but have ridden the happy hour with flatline, and really wasn't a fan of flatline. To me, it felt slightly catchy, and had sort of a dead feel. My other problem with it, is that with all the rocker tech in boards now, not having it leaves something to be desired. Powder is always rider of board, but having a board that doesn't sink if you are being lazy is nice.

I agree with the above poster. Turbo Dream was a lot more fun for me.
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I have a couple buddies riding Slayblades now. It hasn't changed a ton the last couple seasons, but it's awesome! It has slay in the name...what else do you need to know? haha

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