Cardiff Snowcraft Bonsai Enduro Snowboard

Cardiff Snowcraft Bonsai Enduro Snowboard
Cardiff Snowcraft Bonsai Enduro Snowboard
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Bonsai Enduro Snowboard by Cardiff Snowcraft
A favorite among freeride snowboards, the Bonsai Enduro snowboard is a wide and stiff deck built for steep powder and carving trenches on groomers. Featuring a FLOATilla layout, you can ride a slightly smaller size without sacrificing float, which allows you to turn and slash more per run. A HALFcamber profile places camber 60% of the way through the deck, offering substantial pop and power while still giving the Bonsai plenty of float for deep days. Cardiff's Enduro construction combines a lightweight poplar and paulownia wood core with carbon fiber to add snap and energy transfer, making the Bonsai extremely responsive and an easy choice when the mountains are your playground.

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SKU: CDS000W
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