Picasso wouldn't have done much with a couple of crayons and Mozart would've been useless with an accordion, so you wouldn't expect Phil Casabon to dominate the park and urban scene with anything other than his signature B-Dog Ski from Armada. Back for another season, the B-Dog maintains the same fun, smooth, and buttery feel as last seasons' release. The B-Dog features EST Park Rocker, which has camber underfoot for grip when you're mobbing into takeoffs and rocker in the tip and tail to make switch riding, butters, and pow landings smoother. Phil also went with a super-stompable midfat waist width for stability in pow and on hardpack and used Armada's AR50 half-cap construction for the ideal combo of edge grip underfoot and light swing weight in the tips and tails.The whole package is predicated on the Pop-Lite wood core, which features a small section of denser, stiffer wood underfoot and light, flexible wood in the tips and tails to supply power where you need it and butter-happy flex where you don't. It's laid up with a light, poppy fiberglass matrix, and the tail is stiffened up with a carbon fiber and KEVLAR stringer to provide stability for landings and high-speed riding. Armada laid the whole package down on top of sintered S7 bases and rugged 2. 5mm Impact edges, making speed and durability issues that you won't have to sweat, so you can focus all your energy on making your doubles look as effortless as B-Dog's.
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