Jones Snowboards Explorer Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Explorer Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Explorer Snowboard
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Explorer Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
Not everyone needs a quiver of different boards for specific terrain and snow conditions, especially riders operating within a limited budget. Realizing this, Jones created the Explorer Snowboard to fulfill your all-mountain desires by maximizing fun across everything from open powder fields to tight tree runs, and even the occasional park lap. Designed to slay everything on the mountain, this directional board features a freeride-inspired nose that floats across the deepest stashes and plows through choppy snow, while the freestyle-shaped tail gives you a snappy platform for launching airs off natural hits and park kickers. Camber underfoot offers a poppy, responsive feel, while the 3D-contoured tips prevent hang-ups on hardpack and enhance float in fresh powder. Traction Tech instills carving confidence by adding extra contact points for increased grip on icy slopes.

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