2021 K2 RayGun Snowboard w/ Boots and Bindings

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K2 RayGun Snowboard with Boots and Bindings

The K2 RayGun Snowboard is a true all-mountain ride, offering a silky, damp ride wherever it goes. With a medium flex and directional rocker shape, the K2 RayGun provides smooth turn initiation and a playful feel for the intermediate rider who wants to rule the entire mountain. The RayGun features a Directional Rocker Profile, which is an all-purpose design that caters to the all-terrain snowboarder. Featuring a Directional Twin shape and an Aspen Core, it provides proven flex, durability snap, and pop. The beauty of the K2 Raygun is that it has no weaknesses-allowing for effortless turns in powder due its medium rise in the tip and lower rise in the tail, but can still rail turns on hardpack and hit every feature in the park on your down to the lift. Carbon stringers are woven in a bi-directional fiberglass laminate, which creates a stiffer more energetic feel to the Aspen core, creating a lightweight feel that also transmits a ton of energy and rebound to the board. Add in a tough Extruded 2000 base and you have a do-it-all shred stick that delivers a ton of performance for the money. The next time you go into a blaster battle with the mountain, choose the K2 Raygun Snowboard instead of a light saber. You'll be glad you did.


  • Width: 247m at 156cm
  • Sidecut: 8m at 156cm
  • Flex: 3-5 out of 10
  • Aspen Wood Core
  • ICG Carbon Glass Laminate
  • Rocker, Flat, Rocker
  • Extruded 2000 Base
  • Ability Level: Intermediate Rider


The K2 Boundry Snowboard Boot combines the same all-mountain make-up that the K2 RayGun employs, making it a perfect boot/board combination. The K2 Boundry uses Intuition Control Foam 3D liners, surrounded by internal and external J Bars around the ankle that boost support in that critical heel hold area. A 3D molded EVA insole is also added to the surround the foot while also keeping things comfy and tight. A three-point harness also acts as an ankle brace to keep your foot stable and helps reduce fatigue. The lacing system of the K2 Boundary is based on a Zonal Boa three-reel design that independently adjusts the upper and lower zones of the boot. All of these features sit on a Rubber Light Outsole which is a full rubber bottom that gives you maximum grip, durability and impact absorbing Harshmellow technology. If you are looking for a solid all-around boot that will deliver when you most need it, The K2 Boundry Snowboard Boot will not disappoint.


  • Flex: 3 out of 5
  • Intuition Control Foam 3D Liner
  • 3D Formed EVA Footbed
  • 3-Point Harness System
  • Zonal Boa Reel System
  • Rubber Light Outsole
  • Ability Leve: Intermediate/Advanced Rider


The K2 Sonic Snowboard Binding are aimed at progression and ease of use, lending themselves extremely well to this all-mountain package. The soft but supportive K2 Sonic utilizes strength and durability of a ProFusion Chassis as the foundation of the binding, and blends a 3- degree inward cant to put the user into a natural riding position. A AT PC Highback is responsive with just the right amount of flex for easy transitions from edge to edge, and features a Gap Eraser forward lean design to give you maximum response. Atop the footbed, an EVA Footbed is added to up the comfort level and absorb vibrations. Add in a padded P.I. 3D EVA Ankle and Perfect Fit Toe straps for easy use with gloves or mittens on. A Power Ramp easily slides to match the shape of your boot outsole for added quick response for turning, jumping and slashing. As a n added bonus, the K2 Sonic Snowboard Binding is 100% toolless and can be adjusted on the fly by hand. You can't go wrong with this do it all, user friendly binding.


  • Flex: 3 out of 10
  • PC ProFusion Chassis
  • 3-Degree Canted EVA Footbed
  • AT Polycarbonate Highback
  • P.I. Ankle and Perfect Fit Toe Straps
  • 100% Toolless Adjustment
2021 K2 RayGun Snowboard w/ Boots and Bindings
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