|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-02-2010 09:37 AM|
|walove||the gyrator has lots of rocker, more then most boards. It makes it great in all types of pow, and choppy pow. The rocker makes it less then ideal for hard snow conditions. Also at 170lbs riding the 162 i felt like i could use a longer board. My take is get a powder board for just pow or a all mountain board for both firm and soft snow.|
|09-02-2010 07:28 AM|
K2 Gyrator 2011
About my situation..I have Ns evo for park/allmountain but wanted something for hard charging ,groomers , resort powder,kickers,slackcountry maybe some backcountry.I found some boards that fits my needs but found really cheap brand new K2 gyrator with some limited graphic (see pics).
So my question is..Will shorter (158cm @ my 160lbs) directional powder board like gyrator do the job done for me?