Slice through spring corn, charge intimidating steeps, and turn the backcountry into your personal playground with the Jones Aviator Splitboard. This hard-charging favorite is based off the big-mountain freestyle performance of the regular Aviator snowboard, but it's split for your backcountry touring pleasure. With its directional twin and mid-stiff flex, the Aviator delivers the straight-line stability and increased float of a slightly set-back ride, but it still rides switch incredibly well, lending itself to big-mountain freestyle and backcountry booter sessions. Power Camber isn't for the faint of heart, delivering tip-to-tail camber that slightly tapers to flat at the contact points for powerful riders seeking the aggressive response of camber, but without the catch. Unlike traditional camber, this profile lifts up the base edges along the nose and tail contacts to prevent unwanted edge catches. Ultimately, this combination of Power Camber and upturned base contacts creates a hard-charging board with incredible edge grip, but without hooking up on turns like a traditional camber board. New for this season is a Technora aramid fiber that increases strength and stiffness, adds pop, and enhances strength. Oh, and it soaks up vibrations for a damper feel on chewed-up terrain. Traction Tech uses multiple contact points on both the inner and outer edges to increases grip on icy slopes and sketchy skin tracks. Karakoram K-clips actively pull both halves of the board together for better tension and a more solid feel when riding down, so you can send it with confidence.
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