Dinosaurs Will Die Larson Snowboard

Dinosaurs Will Die Larson Snowboard
Dinosaurs Will Die Larson Snowboard
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Larson Snowboard by Dinosaurs Will Die
After helping to test and develop The Rat for years, Chris Larson decided to model his pro deck after it, but with a bit more stability at higher speeds. Also, Chris decided that his Dinosaurs Will Die Larson Snowboard should be adorned with his cat, Jake, to let 'em know who's at the top of the food chain. Combining stability and playfulness, the new RePop profile is mostly flat for carving up groomers and stomping big drops in the streets, with a bit of rocker in the tips for a catch-free, forgiving feel. A medium-soft flex lets you get down on everything from disco boxes to big jumps, and the twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding. Biax glass gives it a smooth, consistent flex. The poplar core offers a lightweight and lively feel, and birch strips running along the inserts from tip to tail increase strength, prevent blowouts, and enhance pop. And knowing how much abuse Chris puts his board through when he's stacking clips on the streets, Dinosaurs Will Die gave the Larson a durable SINtered base to help it last through the season.

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SKU: DWD0015
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