Pick up the Weston Big Chief Snowboard and let the entire mountain know that the boss is here and he's looking to clean house. Equipped with a stiff flex, extra glass, rubber dampening, radial sidecut, and an Electra 4K graphite base, this head honcho of a board is designed for power and speed. Its directional twin shape is set-back enough to benefit from added float through deep, untracked snow, yet it still rides switch exceptionally well when you decide to throw a cab five through the jump line or float a big, slow back rodeo into pow. The Big Chief's profile delivers the stability and power of camber underfoot, with tip and tail rocker for extra floatation, as well as a loose, catch-free feel when you're riding hardpack. Inside this board, a healthy blend of poplar, bamboo, and paulownia wood ensures lively snap, pop, and strength, and it's paired with rubber dampening to keep you charging big lines through choppy terrain at lightning fast speeds. A fast, tough P-Tex 5920 Electra graphite sintered base keeps you moving fast in everything from deep snow to unexpected windslab and springtime corn, while the fiberglass and carbon construction delivers ultra-quick response and stiffer torsional flex for railing out beautiful, deep turns.
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