Cardiff Snowcraft Crane Enduro Split Snowboard

Cardiff Snowcraft Crane Enduro Split Snowboard
Cardiff Snowcraft Crane Enduro Split Snowboard
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Crane Enduro Split Snowboard by Cardiff Snowcraft
Thanks to the Crane Enduro Split Snowboard from Carfiff, you can venture into the backcountry efficiently and easily while having an insanely fun ride for the way down. Designed to blend the line between freestyle and freeriding capabilities, the Crane contains a HALFcamber section that runs 65% of the snowboard to give it a powerful ride and endless pop. Cardiff's Enduro construction uses carbon fiber to lessen the weight while adding stability to keep you going further and higher, and a triax fiberglass wrap gives the Crane a responsive feel and increased torsional flex. Add on a BUTTERblunt nose and WINGtail and you have a fun splitboard that loves to butter and pop over any feature while still being able to hold its own in the deepest snow.

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SKU: CDS000Z
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