Like strapping yourself to supersonic rocket, the Jones Aviator Wide Snowboard rips full-throttle across the entire mountain, from pro-sized jumps to steep cirques. One of the most versatile boards in Jones' line, the Aviator blurs the line between razor-sharp freeride scalpel and hard-charging freestyle beast. This particular version is a bit wider, giving riders a solid platform for carving and stomping landings without unwanted toe drag. Its directional twin shape features a slightly longer nose for straight-line stability and better float across fresh snow, all without sacrificing its ability to stomp switch landings and throw cab spins off cliffs. Power Camber delivers the energetic response and high-speed stability of traditional camber, but without the catch, courtesy of its subtle rocker zones at the tips. Meanwhile, the 3D-contoured base at the tips lifts the edges up to reduce edge catching and displace snow when riding powder for effortless float. New for 2018, Jones added Technora aramid fiber and carbon stringers to increase torsional stiffness and strength, giving you a more powerful ride and consistent performance throughout the lifetime of the board.
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