The Hit Machine is the go to board for big name freestyle pros like Jake Kuzyk, Chris Beresford, and Matt Belzile. The Carbon Web Construction gives you tons of power and control for boosting off of the biggest jumps ever built; it also builds stability for charging down the mountain. The Hit Machines Tweakend Rocker Profile has slight rocker in the tip and tail to give you a really buttery feel, while the flat camber underfoot has plenty of spring and pop to it to boost you up on top of anything you see in the park. K2's Hybritech Construction gives you the most performance by having a sidewall along the entire running surface that flows into the tip and tail to give you an ultra low swingweight for spinning tricks, and easy turn initiation. If you want to ride like one of the big name pros, or just pretend you do the K2 Hit Machine keeps cranking out solid gold year after year.
Twin Hyber Progressive Shape
Carbon Web Construction
Tweekend Rocker Profile
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Hey this is Ian. Just got done riding the K2 Hit Machine in a 155. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. This is actually, this board surprised me a little bit. It actually held a great edgehold at higher based speeds. It's definitely geared though for your intermediate freestyle park rider. Has the tweak ends which is very noticeable when you're doing butters on the flat lands or even going across boxes. But also if you find yourself in a little bit of deeper snow it's also going to float a little bit easier for you as well. Once again 4 out of 5 stars K2 Hit Machine.
Hi I'm Mike. I just got off the K2 Hit Machine. This is a 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's for the intermediate to advanced level park rider. Really snappy, really solid Ollies since it has the tweak ends, gives you a wider Ollie spot. Real fun board, I give it a 4 out of 5.
Hey I'm Rob. I just got done riding the K2 Hit Machine. I give this board a 3 out of 5 stars. Really not for me, it's a true twin. Just a total park board, it's fairly stiff there is some decent pop there. Not my style of riding really, I'm really looking more for an all-mountain freeride board. This is a full blown freestyle board. I don't even know if I would really put it into the all-mountain category really. Carves relatively well but this board wants to be in the park, it wants to be doing laps through the park. I would really consider this more of a quiver board than a one board fits all type of thing. Recommend it for that intermediate to advanced level park guy.
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