If you're a beginner-to-intermediate rider seeking a loose, catch-free board for park jumps, jibs, and all-terrain cruising--and without spending your season pass funds--then look no further than the DC Focus Snowboard. The board's overall profile is entirely flat between the feet, at which point it uplifts at the tip and tail rocker zones, thus ensuring stability when turning and approaching take-offs without the fear of catching an unexpected edge while carving on hardpack. Inside the Focus Snowboard, you'll find DC's Stratus core of smooth-flexing poplar wood reinforced with two beech stringers running down the center of the board for greater durability when you're thrashing this board on a regular basis. Biax fiberglass keeps it torsionally forgiving for quick turn initiation and near-effortless butters. It's finished off with a True Base that's extruded for easier base repairs when you inevitably bang, smash, and ding this board after freestyle sessions in the park.
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