Prior Spearhead Snowboard

Prior Spearhead Snowboard
Prior Spearhead Snowboard
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Spearhead Snowboard by Prior
Taking its name from B. C.'s Spearhead mountain range, the Prior Spearhead Snowboard is here to take on the towering peaks and incredibly deep snow that the mountains of Canada's coastal ranges are famous for. Its versatile design is equally adept at surfing deep snow in the trees, charging over crud, and pointing it down exposed faces, giving you one board for all your freeride endeavors. Its directional shape with a large rockered nose offers effortless float on bottomless storm days and provides drive and control when navigating steep chutes and stacked pillow lines. Camber maintains edge hold and response on windblown slopes and exposed big mountain lines. The medium flex is stable and powerful when arcing turns and dropping cliffs, yet still offers a surfy feel when you're slashing low-angle powder in the trees.

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SKU: PSA001V
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