The all-mountain directional twin K2 Turbo Dream Snowboard is a team favorite for good reason. The tapered shape and fully rockered nose and tail combined with a flat base between the feet keeps you afloat without having to work for it. I’ve been on the Turbo Dream for a couple of seasons now and it definitely rips.
K2 Turbo Dream Snowboard Review
The first thing I noticed when I got the K2 Turbo Dream Snowboard was that it has a ton of pop. Rockered boards tend to get a bad rap for not having the same pop as traditional camber, but the guys at K2’s R&D department added carbon webs near the binding area to maximize your ollie.
The nose and tail seem to shoot you in and out of turns and help make landings way easier than they should be. The only constructive piece I have is that they rate the flex as a 7/10, and for me it could be a little stiffer as it does get softer over time.
I’ve ridden the K2 Turbo Dream Snowboard ($529.99) in 3 feet of fresh, deep, blower snow in the backcountry around Cooke City, Montana, and it floats effortlessly.