2014 K2 Raygun Snowboard Review

Average Rating:

3.8

All Mountain Freestyle boards are for carving and the park

Directional Twin -most common, tip/tail shape not identical

Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Flat/Rocker - a forgiving feel mixed with added stability

Our Price: $249.94

Reg. $359.99(31% OFF)

Watch 2014 K2 Raygun Snowboard Video Reviews:

 

Ian R.'s Review Rating:

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Hey, this is Ian. I just got done riding the K2 Raygun in a 159. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. This is a great board for any beginner to intermediate, all mountain, freestyle rider. Full on solid wood core, has what's known as Hypertaper, so the tips and tail are shaved down a little bit to reduce the weight. Holds great on mellow groomer runs, not as stable at higher base speeds, but still for your beginner to intermediate, a great, fun, all around, solid board.

 

Steve S.'s Review Rating:

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Hi, I'm Steve and I'm back with the K2 Raygun. It's a real nice board for the person looking to buy their first board. Very predictable, very easy to ride. Fun, poppy, just a mellow board, but you can put it through the paces at moderate speeds and it still holds very nicely, so it's a great board to learn on. I give it 4 out of 5 stars.

 

Luke V.'s Review Rating:

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Hey, I'm Luke. I just got off the K2 Raygun. I would give this board a 3.5 out of 5 overall. I felt that it was a really good board for somebody more beginner to slightly intermediate based. Some good features about this board, it's a thinner tail, so it gives it a little more pop and a little ease and stability to turn into edge with, and then it's nice and thick under your binding, so it's got a nice power tranferability. Overall, the board is a lot of fun to ride and handled pretty well at high speeds. This was the K2 Raygun and I'd give this board a 3.5 out of 5 stars.