Aptly named for its top-flight freestyle performance on the biggest and baddest features in the park, the Smokin Superpark CTX Wide Snowboard offers a stable, snappy, and responsive platform for bigger freestyle riders. Wider than your average park stick, this board alleviates toe drag for riders with bigger boots and provides stability for bigger dudes looking to send pro-sized kickers and intimidating park features. Its mid-responsive flex blends the lines between purposeful park board and all-terrain freestyle machine, so you can cruise the entire mountain without switching between boards. Rocker between the bindings offers a forgiving feel when linking tricks in the park, while camber underfoot provides pop off of jumps and helps you hold an edge on icy pipe walls. The sustainably harvested aspen wood core is light and lively and strong enough to withstand regular thrashings in the park. Variable Density Fiberglass increases the weave density in critical areas for increased strength and stability, without making the board overly stiff and unforgiving. PoP Gnarley Hemp torsion X fibers at the tip and tail substantially increase pop while dampening harsh vibrations on heavy landings, and they come from a sustainable source so you're not putting too much of a hurting on Mother Nature.
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