We all know that beans are a magical fruit, but did you know that beans also can be cool. The K2 Cool Bean is the snowboard of choice for Jack, when he's not climbing a bean stock. The Cool Beans has a short and tapered directional shape, the width of the Cool Bean translates into unlimited laydown room when carving on groomers and surfy float and glide in powder.
AT Baseline allows for effortless turns on hardpack, while providing necessary float in deeper snow. Tweekend extends the AT Baseline Rocker all the way out to the ends of the snowboard, creating a rideable surface in the tip and tail for more landing surface and increased float.
WH3 Core adds two strips of Honeykomb material between the bindings and the sidewall for added strength and durability. 4000 Sintered Base is a fast natural base, exceptionally durable and lasts longer. With the K2 Cool Bean you'll be able to slay giant powder runs or rip around on groomers with a smile on your face.
All Terrain Baseline with Tweekends
Enjoyer Series Shape
4000 Sintered Base
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Hi, I'm Trevor. I just got off the K2 Cool Beans. I'd give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. It's definitely a really solid powder-level board. Obviously the conditions right now aren't really suited for it but if you had some nice fresh snow and you want to rip around in powder, it's a great board for you. 4 out of 5.
Hey, I'm Rob. I just got done riding the K2 Cool Beans. I give it 4 out of 5 stars. This is a pretty wild board. I've never really ridden anything like this. By far the surfiest board I've ever ridden. It's really short, as you can see, but has all the same surface area that you get in a much longer board. So, super easy to turn. It really, it kind of has this tipping point that you can feel it and it wants to get over. It holds an edge. At higher speeds, it lets you know when it's going a little too quick and that tail will wash out on you a little bit. This is really more of a quiver board. It's really got a powder shape to it but worked surprisingly well in the hard pack. I was pretty impressed with it. So, really solid board for an advanced all-mountain guy but really more of a powder quiver board.