Dinosaurs Will Die Bilocq Snowboard

Dinosaurs Will Die Bilocq Snowboard
Dinosaurs Will Die Bilocq Snowboard
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Bilocq Snowboard by Dinosaurs Will Die
Keeping the freestyle fun going well past the terrain park ropes, the Bilocq Snowboard is a directional twin mid-flexing deck that turns the whole mountain into your personal playground. From powder days to spring park laps, this board's got a little bit of camber, elliptical sidecut, and poppy wood core to deftly handle floating through the deep stuff, straightlining choppy steeps, and sending back fives off the big jump line.

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SKU: DWD001W
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