Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Snowboard - Wide

Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Snowboard - Wide
Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Snowboard - Wide
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Mountain Twin Snowboard - Wide by Jones Snowboards
Bringing freestyle flavor to your all-terrain riding, the Jones Mountain Twin Wide Snowboard is a versatile deck built for riders who like to spin and flip off everything in sight--whether it's a park jump, slushy side hit, or a powder-covered wind lip. This wide version offers a stable, toe drag-free platform for bigger riders who want to treat the whole resort like a terrain park. It's a directional twin that's centered along its effective edge for freestyle prowess, but with a longer nose for enhanced float and straight-line stability. Maximizing versatility, the board's CamRock profile places responsive camber underfoot for the snappy drive and locked-in carving you've come to love from camber. After the inserts, the board transitions to a tip and tail rocker for catch-free freestyle, as well as extra buoyancy in deep snow. The result is a board that lets you shred the entire mountain like it's your own personal skatepark, no matter what the conditions.

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SKU: JSB005U
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