Salomon Snowboards Gypsy Grom Snowboard - Kids'

Salomon Snowboards Gypsy Grom Snowboard - Kids'
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Gypsy Grom Snowboard - Kids' by Salomon Snowboards
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Salomon Snowboards Gypsy Grom Snowboard - Kids'

Much like its big sister board, the Salomon Kids' Gypsy Grom Snowboard has explosive pop and mid-soft flex for all-day fun in the park and beyond. No stranger to jibbing, bonking, and spinning its way down the mountain, the Gypsy Grom's true twin shape keeps your pint-sized ripper centered between the contacts for effortless switch riding when she's ready to send cab spins through the jump line or simply learn to charge switch this season. Armed with a versatile Rock Out Camber profile, this board features a large flat section between the bindings, which provides straight-line stability when she's stepping to the big jumps and other freestyle features. Camber near the binding inserts improves edge hold and power to allow her to take the Gypsy down tight tree runs and high-speed groomers with plenty of response underfoot. After the binding inserts, the Gypsy Grom boasts rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free jibbing and buttering. An aspen core provides a smooth tip-to-tail flex with plenty of durability for stomping landings in the park, while the biax fiberglass wrap enhances buttery flex without sacrificing her pop. Plus, the Extruded EG base offers easy maintenance when her board comes in close contact with rocks and trees, but not without keeping her moving quickly down the mountain.

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