Venture into rugged, untapped terrain and bottomless powder with the K2 Ultrasplit Wide Splitboard. This wide-waisted board is ideal for larger riders with big feet, providing a proper platform for slashing freshies and sending natural hits without annoying toe drag. Touted as one of the lightest…
Venture into rugged, untapped terrain and bottomless powder with the K2 Ultrasplit Wide Splitboard. This wide-waisted board is ideal for larger riders with big feet, providing a proper platform for slashing freshies and sending natural hits without annoying toe drag. Touted as one of the lightest splitboards on earth, the Ultrasplit weighs an astounding 3. 3-pounds lighter than the industry standard when it’s equipped with K2’s groundbreaking Kwicker step-in system. In fact, this board forgoes a topsheet all together to eliminate excess weight for easier skinning. Designed in tandem with K2’s Kwicker Tech (it also works with traditional split interfaces), the Ultrasplit delivers a 50% faster transition time when it’s equipped with K2’s Kwicker step-in bindings. Ultimately, this means less hassle when you’re switching from touring to riding mode, allowing for more riding time and no more frozen fingers. Essentially, the K2 Kwicker system is a step-in binding system that eliminates separate bindings and binding plates. All you have to do is pop the binding off its hinge (when it’s in touring mode), slide it over your pre-mounted pucks, and lock it into place. Voila! You’re now ready to step into the binding with your K2 Stark, Compass, or Arrow boots (sold separately). From mind-blowing steeps to vast, untracked bowls, the Ultrasplit is ready for hard-charging backcountry action with its rocker-flat hybrid profile and pow-friendly directional shape. The board itself is set-back 3/4 of an inch for enhanced float. Combined with the large, spoon-like Tweekends, this board effortlessly rides through deep powder, especially when you consider there’s more rocker in the nose to prevent submersion. Its predominately flat shape extends just past both binding inserts for easier skinning (when compared with fully rockered shapes) and a neutral-feeling ride that grips hardpack and variable conditions when needed. Additionally, you’ll notice the board’s super-agile turning radi…
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