The new K2 Wildheart comes from an all new breed of all-mountain freeride boards that are all the rage this season. The Wildheart is a Volume Shape Shifting board that feels very surfy and highly maneuverable, that allows you to downsize your board by 5-7 centimeters. A Bambooyah Blend in the core uses bamboo that has a very lightweight feeling that is loaded with snap as you surf down a steep bowl. The Wildheart uses a Carbon Web Construction that extends past the contact points to increase the amount of edge hold you have on firm snow, and responsiveness at high speeds. The All-Terrain with Camber Baseline and the Tweekends give you the grip and rebound on the snow when you want it, but still feels easy to maneuver in any terrain or snow condition you will find on the mountain. Ladies it is time for you to join the revolution in volume shifting boards, get wild with the K2 Wildheart.
Volume Shift, Downsize 5-7cm from your Traditional Size
Baombooyah Blend W2 Core
All-Terrain with Camber Baseline
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I just moved to Telluride and was in the market for a new powder board to replace my ten year old board. I demo'd another board and wasn't sold, came back and the manager had me try the K2 Wildheart, warning "it might take me 3-4 runs to figure it out and get used to it, but it will be a unique experience." Being only an advanced intermediate I was a little worried and thought the board would be above my pay grade, but almost as soon as I got off the lift I knew I liked it, and that was just on the first few groomers. I found some freshies and this thing ripped and didn't get stuck in more flat powder or gullies! It hightails on the groomers as well. The shorter length makes the maneuverability amazing and snappy- perfect for tight turns in the trees and powder.
Walked back to the ski shop and bought this board on the spot. Great demo and recommendation- loving this board.
Hi I'm Brooke, I just got off the K2 Wildheart. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This board was unbelievably fun to ride, it's super surfy. It's definitely your advanced to expert level rider, definitely an all-mountain freestyle board but really, probably will perform the best in deep snow, like powder and in the trees. It's a little wider in the nose and it tapers down towards the bottom through the tail, which gives you that really surfy feel which is awesome and it holds an edge really well, it goes over the choss and the chatter with no problem. All around 5 out of 5 for sure.
Hey I'm Kelsey, I just got off K2's Wildheart. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. It's definitely for that advanced rider who is looking for an all-mountain powder board. It's downsized about 5-7cm. shorter than what you normally ride, so it's going to be really quick in between the trees, it's going to feel a little bit shorter underfoot but it's super stable. Granted I didn't get a powder day to ride it, but it still held an edge really well and it was pretty fun to ride on so I give it a 4 out of 5.
Hi I'm Jenna, I just got off the K2 Wildheart. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. By far one of my favorite boards that I have tested so far this year. At this point i've gotten to test it on slush, over the summer i've gotten to test it on ice on hard pack, and this board does great in all those conditions. It looks like it's got more of a powdered shape, because it's tapered 10mm in the tail and it does, it floats amazing; but on hard pack it performs awesome, there is a ton of pop in that tail, but you've got that lot of rocker in the front and that big old flat, wide nose and it just plows through anything in front of your. Awesome board for a mid-level to advanced-level girl who is looking for just a fun surfy, all-around ride that can go anywhere and do anything.