Prior Snowboards & Skis Brandywine Snowboard - Women's

Prior Snowboards & Skis Brandywine Snowboard - Women's
Prior Snowboards & Skis Brandywine Snowboard - Women's
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Brandywine Snowboard - Women's by Prior Snowboards & Skis
Leave the boys choking on clouds on snow when you blaze past them on the Prior Women's Brandywine Snowboard. This powerful freeride deck features a directional shape and responsive construction to help hard-charging ladies tear up groomers, surf through powder, and point it down big mountain lines. Triax glass offers a responsive flex for powerful, precise turns and high-speed stability. Rocker tips, a tapered shape, and a setback stance help keep your nose afloat on the deepest days, while camber underfoot provides edge hold and a responsive feel on sketchy snow. The poplar and aspen core keeps the board lightweight and offers a snappy feel when linking turns, and the Durasurf sintered base keeps you moving fast through flat zones and across cat tracks.

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SKU: PSA000P
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