A streamlined take on a classic freestyle snowboard, the Medium is the perfect intersection of refinement and high performance. The concept of the Medium came from the mind of Jake Kuzyk himself. A true snowboarder’s snowboarder, Jake is understated, meticulous, and incredibly hard working, and our engineers set out to mirror those distinctive traits when creating the Medium. Through a few revisions, K2 worked with Jake to find the perfect combination of a classic outline, a snappy core, and an overall nimble feel - and out came the Medium. A sintered base, snappy trim-blend core, Carbon DarkWeb™, and an bombproof Inked Glass™ topsheet all work together to create a premium twin-tip that packs a bunch of power and can take on on any task.
Base + Edges
Sintered 4000 Base: K2's Sintered 4000 base absorbs wax deep into the material for relentless glide and unrivaled durability.
Construction + Core
BAP Core: K2 blended three species of renewable timber to assemble a core that’s strong, lightweight, and designed to enhance dampening without the addition of other materials.
Shape + Flex
Twin Camber Baseline: A versatile twin-rocker design built to dominate any freestyle line. Just enough rise in the tip and tail to create a loose, buttery feel without sacrificing pop and response.
Ollie Bar: Built in place in a pre-loaded cambered shape and placed between the binding inserts, the Ollie Bar™ silences the myth that rocker boards don’t have the same pop that cambered snowboards do.
Inked Glass: The lightest way to get a top quality graphic on a snowboard. This process fuses the graphic inks directly into the fiberglass in one seamless step that increases durability and removes the need for an additional plastic topsheet.
Triaxial Glass: A glass laminate with diagonal layers that adds torsional stiffness for increased stability and improved edge hold. The fibers three layers of fibers are woven at 45°, 45°, and 0°. This makes for a more responsive ride longitudinally and torsionally.
Carbon Darkweb: A carbon fiber lay-up that aids in energy transfer and stability, speeding up edge-to-edge transitions and keeping you in control in times of need.