Jones Snowboards Mind Expander Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Mind Expander Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Mind Expander Snowboard
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Mind Expander Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
After one look at the Jones Mind Expander Snowboard, it's pretty obvious that it's a one-trick pony designed for deep powder days--or is it' This deceptive directional was designed to be an alternative to the typical all-mountain twin, allowing you to slash, spin, and carve your way across the mountain with a mixture of playfulness and precision. For this board, Jones once again teamed up with surfboard shaper Chris Christenson to give it a surfy influence. Surf Rocker combines with a huge rockered nose and a tapered tail to offer insane float on the deepest days, while still offering enough stability for carving groomers and spinning slushy side hits. Further enhancing float is a 3D-contoured nose that displaces snow like a ship's hull, not only keeping you afloat easily but also enhancing speed in deep snow that might otherwise bog you down. For 2018, Jones also added a lightweight and snappy Bamboo Surf core that positions bamboo stringers along the sidecut to help you explode out of pow turns and hold an edge on tracked-out slopes.

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SKU: JSB005S
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