Slash Happy Place Snowboard

Slash Happy Place Snowboard
Slash Happy Place Snowboard
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Happy Place Snowboard by Slash
It's basically impossible to be in a bad mood when you're strapped into the poppy-yet-playful goodness of the Slash Happy Place Snowboard. This freestyle board features a twin shape for a balanced feel when you're perfecting your switch skills in the park and cruising the mountain for natural hits. It's a bit softer than other boards in Slash's line-up, making it ideal for non-stop park laps, urban jib missions, and mellow sessions where fun is the goal. The CamRock profile delivers camber between the binding inserts for a locked-in feel that carves surprisingly well, especially considering its park pedigree. This loosens up its personality for a catch-free feel that's ideal for jibbing and messing around the mountain. Because it's a bit looser, Slash uses an Ultimate Traction bump along the board's mid-section for enhanced edge control, especially across icy snow. The Pop Woodcore is bolstered with beech hardwood between the inserts for a sturdier feel when you're stomping landings. Outside the bindings, spruce inserts increase pop for boosting over hips and clearing the knuckle on jumps.

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