Some people will argue that a snowboard is all about how cool it looks, first off they're wrong, secondly they're probably a gaper. The Forum
Deck Snowboard however does freaking look cool - each length of board has it's own graphics so you won't get confused with your little brother's when your mom buys you the same board for the holidays. With DoubleDog technology to give you a whole lot of pop when you need it most and a lightweight construction to let you spin like mad, this Deck is a god among all other snowboards.*Graphics are length specific*
DoubleDog - Camber sections located under each foot deliver power, pop, and edge grip for charging fast and going big. Rocker sections between the feet and in the nose and tail ensure a forgiving and playful ride. Add to the recipe a core profile with softer sections underneath the feet and poppy sections between the feet and in the nose and tail for all-day park laps.
Flex Rating: 4 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) - A medium flex that is perfect for popping and pressing
Swingers Club - The tip and tail of the wood core are shaved precisely to save weight without sacrificing durability. This makes the board spin faster and float with less effort when the snow beckons.
Booter Boosters - Carbon strands strategically placed from under your foot to the nose and tail provides a direct response with better energy return and more boost for takeoffs and flat ollies.
True Twin - Symmetrical tip and tail width measurements and flex patterns
Gnar - This first member of the Gnar family is made entirely of high-grade aspen. The lightweight, vertical wood laminates reduce overall board weight while still providing a responsive ride. Grainbelt technology adds critical strength.
Biax - With a configuration to make any board smooth, forgiving, and fun to ride, Biax is constructed with strands that crisscross at a 90-degree angle.
FreeBase - Waxes easy for speed, emphasizes die-cut graphics, and protects the core from getting worked on run-outs though the parking lot.
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