From untracked fields at Silverton to long, soft groomers at Jackson Hole, Jones Snowboards' Lone Wolf Snowboard is at once a face-shot-reaping pow slayer, as well as a board for railing big aggressive turns, and you'd be forgiven for asserting that this Lone Wolf has multiple personalities. The fish-inspired swallowtail combined with the rockered Spoon 3. 0 nose makes it super floaty in deep conditions. Meanwhile, the longer sidecut, narrow waist, and super-stable camber underfoot also makes the deck awesome for railing massive turns at high speeds on-piste. On the inside, the Wolf features a bamboo surf wood core and bamboo stringers that provide a solid edge response and greater turning power. Traction Tech utilizes a micro-serrated edge design to yield more edge grip on icy groomers and no-fall zones, so you can worry less about blowing out and more about committing to your turns at high speeds. And on an eco-friendly note, the topsheet is made from a Castor-bean-sourced bio-plastic that's ultra-lightweight, chip and scratch resistant, and moisture repellant, so so can do less harm to the environment while also doing less harm to your deck.
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