In the market for a new binding? Looking for one with a free and natural connection to your board? We’ve got ya covered. K2 is stoked to introduce Tripod Technology, the most bio-mechanically correct snowboard binding baseplate possible. One that naturally flexes enhancing the connection and force applied to your board and features three contact point pods that coincide with the three points of contact in your foot provide direct connection for toe and heel side turning and pressure. The end result an incredible connection to your board providing you the ultimate riding experience with support where it’s needed most. Read the rest of this entry »
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. Not only does it mean winter is right around the corner, but it also gives us a chance to dress up in incredibly stupid costumes, consume massive amounts of sugar, and scare our friends and family. To celebrate this wonderful holiday we’re celebrating by giving away a pair of LIEN bindings and calling it HallowLIEN.
Grab your best costume, throw in some snowboarding flare, and use the hashtag #K2HallowLIEN on Facebook or Instagram for a chance to win. Over a large bowl of candy and some spiked cider the crew at K2 will choose the winner based off of creativity and originality. Who said Frankenstein or the sexy nurse doesn’t snowboard? Give us your best for a chance to win! Entries must be in by midnight PST on Nov. 1, 2014.*
Introducing the HOWL Team…
Shredding from Ben and Ryan. The soundtrack is from them too!
Snowboarding; although young, is reaching a point where traditions and legends are becoming more and more established. Nowhere does this seem more prevalent than at Mt. Baker and the most resent Mt Baker Banked Slalom was no different. Please read on as K2 rider Marcel Dolak explains his contribution to snowboarding’s traditions. This one will send shivers down your spine, I promise.
Full story at: frequency.com
A quick edit from Kyle Miller snowboarding from earlier today at Alpine Meadows. Kyle says “A good morning of pow at Alpine Meadows, good start to the big storm ahead.”