Cardiff Snowcraft Powgoda Pro Carbon Split Snowboard

Cardiff Snowcraft Powgoda Pro Carbon Split Snowboard
Cardiff Snowcraft Powgoda Pro Carbon Split Snowboard
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Powgoda Pro Carbon Split Snowboard by Cardiff Snowcraft
The Powgoda Pro Carbon Split Snowboard is an incredibly lightweight splitboard built for the backcountry rider that heads deeper into the backcountry and rides anything their heart desires. This mid-wide,directional beast is home on the deepest of days but also thrives carving, slashing, buttering, or jumping when the mountain demands. The HALFcamber profile places camber underfoot on 50% of the deck to give the power and pop needed without limiting float, and a happy medium flex makes the Powgoda a surfy ride that still offers stability for charging down steep and deep faces. Cardiff's Pro Carbon construction utilizes a TITANcore that combines carbon and aluminum with poplar and paulownia woods to balance dampening with weight savings, unlike other carbon-based boards that feel too rigid and harsh.

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