Weston Snowboards Range Snowboard

Weston Snowboards Range Snowboard
Weston Snowboards Range Snowboard
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Range Snowboard by Weston Snowboards
You love powder just as much as the next shred bum, but you're also realistic enough to know that every day of the season won't be hashtag-epic. Luckily, the Weston Range Snowboard kills it in all conditions so you'll have fun on the mountain no matter how much (or little) it snowed. Early rise rocker helps you stay afloat in the deep stuff, flat zones underfoot maintain stability on any type of snow, and camber between the bindings adds power, pop, and edge hold on hardpack. The directional twin shape helps the nose stay up in pow and adds drive when charging, but it still lets you take off and land switch when you feel like getting tricky. From bombing steeps and railing turns to dropping cliffs and spinning off jumps, you're sure to have fun when you're on the Range.

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SKU: WST000F
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