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Riding Style Freeride
Riding Level Intermediate - Expert
Fits Boot size (US) 8-10, 10-12, > 12
Manufactured in China
Shape Directional Twin
Camber Profile Flat to Rocker
Stance Setback -20mm
Approx. Weight Feels Normal
Split Comes in split
Powder Good
Base Glide
Carving Average
Speed Good
Uneven Terrain Good
Switch Good
Jumps Poor
Jibbing Average
Pipe Average
On Snow Feel


Turn Initiation


Skidded Turns






Edge Hold

Medium Snow

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k2 Ultra Dream 2015 - 2013 Review by The Good Ride

K2 Ultra Dream is the Turbo Dream with super big shovel nose tips made for powder but can still play on the mountain when it’s not dumping.  Yep, it’s not as easy to throw around but the performance is similar to the Turbo Dream when it comes to groomer riding.  This is just plain unsinkable when that super deep powder day comes around. It also comes in a split.

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Days: 2
Conditions: Great snow with some leftover thick soft off-piste snow with the gang and later on another day on my own with about 1ft of thick ugly sierra powder that really earned the name Sierra Cement
Riders: James, Peter, Kyle, Jimbo
Boots: Burton IonBurton SLXBurton ImperialNike KaijuDC Judge
Bindings: Burton Cartel Limited, K2 Company IPO
Setup: Centered approx 23″ wide 15 front -15 back.  Set back 23″ wide 15 front -3 back.

Take the Turbo Dream and extend the hell out of the nose. It’s massive shovel nose/tail makes for a little different ride but like the Turbo Dream the Ultra Dream can still pull off the dual personality board pretty well.

On Snow Feel The flat between the feet makes for a stable ride.  It’s very stable between the feet without being catchy.  Its better for taking an all mountain freestyle approach to the mountain but not as good as the Turbo Dream.  This is a powder board with a decent all mountain freestyle personality for when it isn’t dumping.  The massively long nose/tail makes it a little less playful.

Powder: Those massive Shovel noses can be seen side by side with the Turbo Dream in the video and they really change the ride of the Ultra Dream here in the deep stuff.  Even though I didn’t get a 3′ plus powder day it handled thick sierra cement so well that you can just tell this is unsinkable. You have the option to set it back -20mm (3/4″) to surf powder or center the stance and take a more freestyle approach. It’s not perfect riding switch and favors directional riding but it’s better than most powder boards I have tried.  It turns easy in trees and tight chutes. It’s also great with wider turns as well.

Turn Initiation and Carving: With the Flat between the feet and the rocker after the Turbo Dream had a very smooth predictable ride.   We all had an easy time making short or long turns.  Mellow wide radius turns feel true compared to all flat camber boards. When it came to laying down a hard carve the Turbo Dream and Ultra Dream did a decent but not great job. It could get a little washy compared to many hybrid rocker or hybrid camber boards and felt more happy buttering and playing around instead of carving. Kind of the same exact ride here as the Turbo Dream

Speed: There is enough flat between the feet and dampness to make this pretty decent at speed.  There is a small improvement over the Turbo Dream but it’s still no straight line everywhere kind of Slayblade ride. You would think those big ass nose/tail’s would chatter and act like a clown shoe but they don’t at all.

Uneven Terrain: The Ultra Dream can negotiate shitty bumpy terrain you have to encounter on the way to get to untracked powder.  Its got a nice slow, medium and fast speed approach to powder in all conditions. It’s also great dealing with rutted up end of the day groomer runs.

Edge Hold: The only thing we would ask more out of the Ultra Dream and the Turbo Dream for that matter is edge hold.  We don’t want it to be like magnetraction but we’d like to see a little more grip for those days that are less than good.  There are other boards out there that are doing better with edge hold while still not being ultra grippy so why not do this as well K2?

Flex: There is a smooth predictable flex that is easy to butter. It’s also not bad torsionally.  The flex feels a little more towards the aggressive side of medium than the Turbo Dream but still very familiar.

Switch: This is a directional twin with a setback stance so it’s not as easy to center compared to a true twin with a centered stance.  Still, when centered it’s just a bit shy of being a twin.  You can ride almost as well as the Turbo Dream here but it feels a little more directional for some reason.

Jibbing- Not as good as the Turbo Dream but not bad for a pow board either.

Pipe: The massive nose just doesn’t allow for anything but simple pipe riding in good conditions. It’s just not as easy to throw around in the pipe.

Jumps: The Ultra dream is like the Turbo Dream here which is not lifeless but also not super poppy either.   When it comes to lapping the jump line it’s not going to spin like the Turbo Dream and not ideal due to its massive shovelnoses. It’s tougher work here.  Probably the only thing we would like to see an improvement with the Ultra dream would be the ability to ollie better off natural lips/terrain in powder.

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k2 Ultra Dream Review And Buying Advice SKU UPC Model

My Do-it-all Deck (15/16 Model)

Dec 20, 2016 by Niko
Ability Level: Advanced/ Expert • 
Riding Style: Backcountry, Groomers, all you can slay • 
Days You Ride A Year: 40-50 • 
Height, Weight And Boot Size (for Boards, Boots & Bindings): 175cm, 68kg, 43 

Bindings: Rome Targa's; Boots: Deeluxe The Brisse

Got this Deck end of 15/16 season, by now it has 20days under its belt. Gotta mention I ride this board crazy short at 152cm, dont ask why haha. It turns fast as hell, and holds a very nice edge on all piste conditions but pure polished ice, which it still handles quite well. It feels very stable even at very high speeds which lets you enjoy dem hella long turns. Orgasmic. In pow it feels sweet, turns fast, always controllable and precise like a surgical steel. It even works on jumps for me which lead me to thinking of buying a second one, but a tad longer. Probably my favourite board i ever had underneath my feet.

Setup Explanation: You might ask yourself "what the fork is he doing, short deck hard binding but loose boots". Let me tell you: It works, it's fun, feels surfy yet responsive, with the Option to Glue your feet to the Deck with the Bindings. It rocks. Wouldnt change a thing.

Best deck I've ridden

Feb 10, 2014 by charladam
Ability Level: Advanced/Expert • 
Riding Style: All Mountain, Backcountry big lines • 
Days You Ride A Year: 50 

I rode the Riders Choice, and swore by it for two seasons. I demoed this board, immediately bought it, and sold my Riders Choice. This board does absolutely everything that I need it to do. The flex is actually Medium/Stiff, not Medium, as this website indicates. It is stiffer than the Turbo Dream (also an amazing board).

5.0 5.0 2 2 Bindings: Rome Targa's; Boots: Deeluxe The Brisse Got this Deck end of 15/16 season, by now it has 20days under its belt. Gotta mention I ride this board crazy short at 152cm, d k2 Ultra Dream Review And Buying Advice

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