Jones Snowboards Storm Chaser Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Storm Chaser Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Storm Chaser Snowboard
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Storm Chaser Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
Crafted with the help of legendary surfboard shaper Chris Christenson, the Jones Storm Chaser Snowboard offers nimble handling and effortless float in the deepest, fluffiest snow. When the frozen waves are firing, there's no board that's more fun to be riding. The secret to this board's magical pow-gliding abilities starts with its shape, namely the ultra-wide waist, massive nose, and tapered swallow tail. These elements combine to pack as much volume as a substantially longer board into a stubby deck that dances nimbly through trees and makes surfy cutbacks in pow. 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. A surfboard-inspired rocker profile rounds out the shaping for maximum float and fun. 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: JSB005R
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