We've seen stash-drops by the bucket load at ISPO this week - and next up to show off their brand new gear for the 2014-2015 season is K2.
If you've seen any of K2's Seek and Enjoy series already you'll know the vibe they're on at the moment, and we're sure that any of the gear featured here will leave you fully equipped to head out and find good times.
K2 have gone with quite an old-school/organic vibe this year and there's some interesting takes on their old favourites in here as well as new introductions like their pro model Enjoyers Series. If you've been paying attention to the X Games there's also the slopestyle winning women's Lime Lite - as sported by a certain Norwegian this month...
So have a rummage - we certainly have - and let us know what's got you stoked:
[part title="Wow Pow"]
Ladies on the hunt for fresh pillows pay attention - we thought we'd start you off with the Pow Wow, K2's women specific powder board. Semi wooden topsheet and a big ol' nose - there's no mistaking what this is for...
[part title="World Wide Weapon"]
Jibbers and freestyle riders will already be familiar with K2's World Wide Weapon - it had it's 10th anniversary last year and it's going strong into decade number two. Melow through the contact points - it's a stick that's designed to with a large surface area for pressing and a blunted nose/tail allow you to take out a shorter model. It's a classic design revamped with a fresh camper van graphic - rad!
[part title="Ultra Split"]
K2 introduced the Ultra Split last season and it flew off the shelves. A serious piece of kit for the backcountry explorer - it makes transition easy from hiking to shredding and will cut through diverse terrain with confidence. Superlight construction and limitless adjustment possibilities make this one tough to beat.
[part title="Ultra Dream"]
Powder slashes 'a plenty is the promise of the ultra dream - back for 2014 with a new (throwback) look. It's no surprise that there's a couple of waves on the topsheet of this, as the sat back larger surface tail rocker allows you to sit right back and make those turns too.
[part title="Turbo Dream"]
Electric vibes flowing from the supercharged Turbo Dream, K2's versatile all terrain ripper. It's a responsive ride that will let you take control but also hold you steady as you charge around.
[part title="Subculture "]
Simple black topsheet - clean base graphics. The Subculture isn't flashy on the outside, but that doesn't mean you won't be. Take it to the park - thrash it off the piste, it's directional twin shape is slightly set back (19mm) but not so much that it'll hold you back.
[part title="K2 Peacekeeper"]
Lucas Debari's board of choice - if you're going for big mountain thrills you'll probably want one of these on your team. Simple classic graphics too that'll never get old.
[part title="Enjoyers Series"]
Fresh for next season the Enjoyers Series are a set of pro models designed for exactly that - getting as much fun out of the mountain as possible. Pick Danny Larsen's wood grain model, Jake Kuzyk's (pictured above) or whichever takes your fancy (the black and white is women's specific).
Other graphic options below the video.
[part title="Lime Lite"]
Silje Norendal took this sled and conquered the X Games Slopestyle course to win Gold this month - if that doesn't sell it to you, we're not sure what will...
[part title="Lien AT Bindings"]
K2's Lien AT looks simple enough, but remove the padding and you'll find that it has a new tripod baseplate this year. This means that it feels solid toe to heel but allows for more lateral flex for tweaking grabs - with the padding in it rides as usual - check the video to see how it works.
[part title="Hurrithane Bindings"]
New colour-ways in the house for K2's skate-inspired urethane-built Hurrithane! Superior tweaking ability for grabs and lightweight construction on offer - K2 have been backing up the urethane claim for years with these bindings.
[part title="Hit Machine"]
Check this bold red revamp on the Hit Machine this year. Metal inspired and tailored for freestyle this twin progressive shape board is built to kill it.
[part title="Happy Hour"]
The K2 Happy Hour is all business in the nose and party in the tail - and to help you tell the difference, they've even colour coded this year's model. The stand out shape has made this one of the most recognisable boards around at the moment - and with this fresh take there's no mistaking it for anything else.
[part title="Darko Boots"]
Three fresh colours for the Darko boots this year - K2's flaship freestyle boot. Their hybrid lace/boa system is a team driven design that gives you plenty of control to get that fit and feel just right.
Also check the pic below this vid for a look at some of K2's women specific boots.