Welcome to park paradise. It's always sunny here, with freshly sculpted jumps, perfectly dialed jibs, and non-existent lift lines. Lucky for you, the Never Summer Onyx Women's Snowboard is playfully guiding your every move, helping you press with authority, stomp stylish spins, and bonk off everything in sight. This twin-shaped board is the softest in Never Summer's line for jibbing fun and easy-turning maneuverability. Although park paradise is where this board performs best, it's not afraid to leave for the freshly filled glades and gullies of the mountain, injecting a fun, freestyle-focused feel into your all-mountain riding. Since there's rocker underfoot, the Onyx actually floats better than its twin shape suggests. Think pow-wheelies and slashing through tree runs with the quick-turning maneuverability of a shorter freestyle board. Looking inside this park board, the Press Flex core bestows much of the board's easy-flexing characteristics, making it insanely easy to press, pop, and butter. FDS Dampening uses thinner rubber foil, helping to reduce vibration without sacrificing the board's super-lively feel and poppy persona. And because the board is so lively and loose, Never Summer's Vario Power Grip sidecut keeps you firmly engaged into the snow, even if you're riding crusty groomers and stomping icy landings.
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