Jones Snowboards Lone Wolf Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Lone Wolf Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Lone Wolf Snowboard
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Lone Wolf Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
The Jones Snowboards Lone Wolf blends surf and racing snowboard inspirations to create a fast charging, narrow waisted, swallow tail board that is made for ripping big turns on big lines, or for a Super-G race feel on groomers. To excel in the powder this stick features a directional shape, directional rocker profile, and Spoon 3. 0 technology in the nose. The directional shape and slight binding set back raises the nose and sinks the tail for float in pow and tons of control on edge. Additionally the rocker in the tip, coupled with Spoon 3. 0 contour found in the tip keeps you even further above the snow while the camber underfoot allows for powerful edging on groomers. At high speeds on groomers you can trust that enhanced edge control, long turn radius, and medium-stiff flex to keep you on edge and in control while you carve big turns.

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SKU: JSB006R
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