Lobster Floater Snowboard

Lobster Floater Snowboard
Lobster Floater Snowboard
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Floater Snowboard by Lobster
Primed for powder days at the resort, the Lobster Floater Snowboard is a floaty weapon for riders who want to show off their freestyle skills when it's deep. A wider width means better float without the need to upsize to a longer board, while the twin shape and centered stance lets you rip the resort and pop into the park when all the snow gets tracked out. Uplifted contact points displace snow to the sides of the board for better float and a surfier feel, not to mention catch-free carving on hardpack. Meanwhile, mellow camber throughout the board provides a responsive feel and offers solid edge control. And since it's still a twin you can throw cab spins off side hits and stomp back 180s into deep powder, turning the entire pow-covered resort into your personal terrain park.

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SKU: LOB001J
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