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K2 Kandi Snowboard

Heads up girls! A sickly-sweet new snowboard has arrived this winter and it's better than a mountain full of fresh powder. The Kandi from K2 is a board especially designed for the lighter shape and build of female riders.

This snowboard has a super-soft center, lots of flexibility, and a super-narrow waist to help girls have a better day on the hill. Kandi makes it easy to learn and easy to turn. Like all K2 boards, Kandi is durable and can stand up to the tough abuse of your highest jumps and hardest wipeouts.

Kandi snowboards range in length from 129 to 142 cms and have a unique set of funky K2 graphics. They cost around $250 US or $375 CDN. To check out more cool K2 gear, head to www.k2snowboards.com.

You can win a brand new K2 snowboard by entering the K2/Kidzworld Snowboarding Contest. Click here for a chance to win.

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