Slash Narwal Straight Snowboard

Slash Narwal Straight Snowboard
Slash Narwal Straight Snowboard
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Narwal Straight Snowboard by Slash
Rip wide-open powder bowls and tear through technical terrain on the Slash Narwhal Straight Snowboard. This beast of a board features a powerful, lively feel and plenty of float to help you crush steep terrain and surf powder with equal prowess. Backseat Camrock features camber underfoot for response and edge control, along with a voluminous rockered nose that stays afloat effortless in the deepest powder. Carbon and KEVLAR strips enhance energy transfer for explosive pow slashes and big ollies, as well as dampen the ride for softer landings and smoother sailing through choppy terrain. When snow conditions are less than optimal, Ultimate Traction bumps extending from between the bindings help you hold an edge with confidence. If that wasn't enough, Reactive Flex fiberglass injects a little extra liveliness by helping you power through carves and plow over chunder.

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SKU: SLH0014
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