Fresh powder and mesmerizing big-mountain lines are calling when you're strapped into Jake Blauvelt's signature Ride Berzerker Snowboard. Appropriately named, this deck is a balls-out charger, going berserk through fresh tree stashes, steep chutes, technical terrain, courtesy of its directional shape and responsive flex pattern. Using a lengthened nose rocker, the Berzerker effortlessly floats across untracked pow without burning up your back leg. From the front inserts on back, the board's camber delivers stability and response, especially when you're driving turns down steep alpine faces. Tuned for slaying steeps and sending cliff lines into fluffy powder, the Performance core employs a blend of durable aspen, snappy bamboo, and lightweight paulownia wood species. Adding carbon to the equation, Carbon Array 3 laminates enhance energy transfer for greater precision through turns and energetic snap when you're sending jumps and cliff lines. A combination of triax and biax glass keeps the board calm and composed at high speeds, but without making it an overly stiff brick when you're surfing turns in the white room. Ride upgraded the Berzerker with Roll In Slimewalls. Just like regular Slimewalls, urethane-embedded sidewalls deliver the benefits of reduced impact and vibration. However, the urethane is surrounded by fiberglass on each side for increased resistance to topsheet chipping and sidewall blowouts, especially in the event of a high-speed impact. Another key feature is the sintered 4000 base, which glides quickly across fresh powder. This way, you're not bogging down in low-angle stashes or struggling to get unstuck in super-deep powder.
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