K2 Hit Machine grom snowboard 138cm

K2 Hit Machine grom snowboard 138cm
K2 Hit Machine grom snowboard 142cm
K2 Hit Machine grom snowboard 146cm

K2 Hit Machine Grom 2014

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: £170.00

Special Price £93.50

A big boys board at little boys prices 

All boards are professionally waxed and carefully packed ready for you to hit the snow!

The Hitmachine grom is nothing short of incredible. While so many brands make Jr boards that are just not built to last, K2 have made this one tough as old boots. they have even given it a sintered base which they only put on their adult boards that cost more than £365. So strong enough to last down the local dryslope this board should be the board of choice for all aspiring little rippers and will even do for those older riders who are of a slight build. 

What K2 say about the Hit machine Grom....

NEW for 2013/2014 is the Hit Machine Grom snowboard. Inspired by K2’s team driven Hit Machine, the grom version is everything those little rippers want in hopes of riding like their favorite pro. Who are we to hold tomorrow’s generation back from becoming the nextJake Kuzyk?



Freestyle With Tweekend


Standard Damping


Hybritech Construction


Twin Hyper Progressive



Tech Spec

Brand K2
Ability Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Camber shape Hybrid
Riding styles All mountain, Park & Pipe
Snowboard Width UK 10 & Under

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Posted by LoLo on Wednesday, 14 May 2014


Ey up. i'm 5'3" ish, 110lbs ish boot size eight. I am new to snowboarding but feel i have reached a point where my board needs to be more of a constant than a rented board. I am hardly a grom but i am wondering if this would be O.K. for a first board mainly to ride on dryslope but would like to think i could use it on snow if i ever get the dollar to skip England. I've also been looking at a DC PBJ 144. Any advice would be great. Cheers


  • Posted by Chris Sturgess on Wednesday, 14 May 2014


    We have the 146 and a 142 in stock... You could even get away with the 142... great spec for its price, and it even has a sintered base which will prove handy in you're riding on dry. We don't stock the DC board but I know that its a cambered boad which will make it tougher on plastic as it will be catchy and twitchy. The K2 is rockered which means the tip and tails are lifted so you won't catch them. Making it easier for park. The DC also has an extruded base making it less durable for what you want to use it for. Sintered bases are a lot more tougher and are less prone to damage. 


    Hope this helps! 



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