2014 K2 Ultra Dream Snowboard Review

Average Rating:


All Mountain boards are for general cruising and carving

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

Stiff - ideal for hard-chargers who want responsive boards

Flat/Rocker - a forgiving feel mixed with added stability

Our Price: $379.94

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Ian R.'s Review Rating:

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Hey, this is Ian. I just got done riding the K2 Ultradream in a 159. I give this board 3 out of 5 stars, the reason it's 3 out of 5 is this is actually meant for more powdered base conditions, so, on the hard pack, on the groomers, it's not really the best. Kind of a surfy shape just cause it has that BC shape. Bambooyah core, so it does give you a 5 year warranty, and with the Carbon Web too it is stiffer up in the tip and the tail, so you do get some little bit of extra float. Definitely meant for your advanced, all mountain, base rider, and once again, I give it 3 out of 5 stars.


Rob G.'s Review Rating:

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Hi, I'm Rob. Just got off the K2 Ultradream. I give this board 3 out of 5 stars. Conditions are a little harder pack today, the board's a little surfy for that, it'd be a lot better if we had some snow underneath us, you can tell that it really wants to ride in that type of conditions. On these the harder pack conditions, you feel like you're really kind of forcing it to do what you want it to do, as opposed to just kind of letting it do what it wants to do. Still, I mean it's a fun, easy to ride board, but in the harder pack conditions, it wasn't as great, wasn't what I would've hoped it would have been, but still a good intermediate-advanced board for an all mountain guy that's going to be in little better snow conditions.