Whether you're slashing through fresh powder in the Rockies or slaying icy parks in the Upper Midwest, the Smokin Awesymmetrical Snowboard destroys everything on any mountain, thanks to an asymmetric shape and versatile CTX profile. This asymmetric twin features a deeper heelside sidecut that balances the difference between heel and toeside turning dynamics. You'll immediately notice effortless heelside turns and enhanced switch performance, especially when you're spinning and jibbing with this bad boy in the park. Rocker at the tips and in between the bindings offers a catch-free ride when carving groomers and throwing down on park jumps, and also improves float in the fresh stuff. Meanwhile, camber zones underfoot maintain edge holds and create a responsive, poppy feel to keep things lively. Mellow Magne-Traction edges create multiple contact points along each edge for enhanced edge hold in the iciest conditions. Inside this all-terrain crusher, you'll find a full aspen core for a smooth, consistent flex and tons of strength for stomping huge landings. Three Stage Dampening smooths out vibrations when you're charging through chop and variable snow conditions, while PoP Gnarley hemp fibers keep your carves and ollies crisp and powerful. It's rounded out with a durable Teflon-infused Sintered 6000 base to keep you moving fast over any type of snow.
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