Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Houston, TX, but grew up in Colorado Springs, CO
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Having ridden and demo'd several models of both brands, including the models you're looking at, K2 just has their stuff together. Their boards are better quality and hold up better over time. I currently ride the k2 fastplant and it's my favorite board I've ever ridden. The Raygun has been a top 5 goodwood winner twice in the last 3 years. It will exceed your expectations. Plus, with a K2 board, you don't have to worry about 3 hole baseplates or est conversion kits or crap like that, you can choose whatever bindings you want without a second thought.