Award-winning versatility in a perfect all-mountain design is the K2 Raygun. Winning the 2015 Good Wood Award for snowboards under $400 the Raygun does it all. The Raygun starts out All-Mountain Baseline, AT Baseline allows for effortless turns on hardpack, while providing necessary float in deeper snow. Designed as a directional baseline with a medium rise in the tip and lower rise in the tail, perfect for the multi-purpose rider.
The Raygun is constructed with Hybritech Construction which features a sidewall along the running surface that runs into the nose and tail providing low swing-weight, optimized turn initiation, and overall durability. W1 Core with ICG10 provides a lightweight construction with a super smooth release of power when you need it.
2000 Extruded Base is perfect for a wide variety of conditions, its extreme durable and easy to repair and tune when needed. The K2 Raygun is going to make every run rewarding, whether its your first time or are a seasoned veteran.
W1 Core with Integrated Carbon Glass-ICG
2000 Extruded Base
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Hi, I'm Evan. I just got off the K2 Raygun. I'd give this board definitely a 5 out of 5 stars. It's a great all-mountain board. Took it down the backside of the mountain on the little easier slopes and, you know, it rode real good. Straight down, did a quick race down the frontside and just bombed down the hill. Really good board for intermediate snowboarder, beginner. Great board. 5 out of 5 stars.
Transcripts of K2-Raygun-Snowboard-2016-37-30 someone that is probably buying their first board, maybe rented a few times, still maybe pushing snow around a little bit more as opposed to really linking up turns. But it's a fun board, it's a really solid, you know, low intermediate all-mountain freeride board.
I'm Steve. I just got done riding the K2 Raygun. I'm giving this board a 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's a great board for an intermediate to novice rider that wants to get an all-mountain board that's going to be easy to get into the turns and out of the turns. It's not going to be a board that's tough to ride. It doesn't push you in and out of the turns like an aggressive snowboard would so it's a really great board for a novice to intermediate rider.
Hi, I'm Trevor. I just got off the K2 Raygun. I'd give this a board a 3 out of 5 stars. It's a decent all-mountain freestyle type board for that more entry-level rider to maybe a little bit more advanced. If you're kind of stepping up your game, looking to get maybe your first boards or right off the rental market, it's a solid choice for ya. It can get a little squirrely at speeds but, you know, it is that more entry-level feel so it definitely wants to take it a little slower, wants to take it easier and it's absolutely fantastic at that so, yeah, 3 out of 5.
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