Leveraging two decades of Jeremy Jones' experience perfecting freeride-specific shapes, the Jones Flagship Wide Snowboard is a directional dream-ride that destroys steep, exposed lines and fresh tree runs with equal parts power and precision. Wider than the standard Flagship, this board accommodates riders with big feet, meaning you can cruise without pesky toe drag sapping you down. The directional rocker design yields the powerful edge hold and responsive energy transfer of camber underfoot, yet maintains the effortless float of a larger, rockered nose. And of course, the Flagship is timelessly styled. The oak topsheet features burned, "no-ink" logos. This not only frees the board from using toxic plastic and lacquer finishes, but it also enhances the board's damp, chatter-free characteristics. Inside the board, its Power Core is made of triple-density wood, complete with hardwood beech stringers along the edges for increased impact resistance. Power V basalt stringers transfer power from under your feet to the tips of the board to help eliminate chatter. Plus, the board's Traction Tech provides relentless edge hold over hardpack and variable conditions, and the oversized recycled steel edges are incredibly resilient, taking a beating all season long.
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