Taking the coveted 2018 Good Wood by Transworld for the best park boards, the Niche Theme impresses freestyle aficionados and park connoisseurs with its smooth, mid-range flex combined with eco-friendly construction and plentiful pop from its camber-dominant profile. It's one of the most versatile freestyle boards you'll find on the market, delivering the snap and stability you need to boost in the jump line, yet confidently ripping around the mountain when you're cruising with friends, dipping into the trees, and spinning off side-hits. The predominately camber profile rises up like traditional camber at the tip and tail contacts for plentiful pop and locked-in response. However, the camber's subdued with a flat mid-section for a bit more predictability without it biting excessively or feeling overly aggressive when you're approaching take-offs. True to Niche's environmentally friendly design ethos, the Theme employs a brand-new Recyclamine Resin System that reclaims all manufacturing waste into future Niche products, meaning it's the world's first zero-waste board. Niche doesn't stop there in trying to save the board from harsh chemicals in the manufacturing process, opting to use a Digi Print topsheet that's free of toxic lacquers and printed with water-based inks. Basalt stringers add the powerful snap you'd expect from a board with carbon additives, but they're not as harmful on the environment. Plus, all Niche boards are manufactured at The Mothership shared with Capita, which is a state of the art factory that's 100 percent reliant on hydroelectric power and uses a natural gas heating system to reduce its CO2 output.
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