One of the first women-specific board to harness Never Summer's aggressive Ripsaw Rocker Camber, the Never Summer Women's Aura Snowboard transmits its hard-charging capabilities all over the mountain, mowing over choppy snow, floating through fresh powder, and dissecting tight tree runs with equal parts power and precision. This all-mountain twin is super stable at high speeds, thanks to the Ripsaw Rocker Camber, which increases the camber underfoot to give you the extra bite of camber underfoot for snappy response and powerful edge hold, but with the catch-free playfulness and added float of rocker between the bindings. When it hasn't snowed in a while, the Vario Power Grip sidecut helps you hold an edge on icy runs. Carbon VXR Laminates add significant stiffness to the torsional flex pattern at the tip and tail, which is especially useful for boosting off side hits and powering through choppy snow. The RDS 2 system soaks up chatter for a damper, smoother ride when busting through choppy snow and pointing it down sketchy slopes. Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers help you keep your composure when you're towing the line between control and chaos.
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