Dinosaurs Will Die Maet Snowboard

Dinosaurs Will Die Maet Snowboard
Dinosaurs Will Die Maet Snowboard
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Maet Snowboard by Dinosaurs Will Die
Built with pure freestyle performance in mind, the Dinosaurs Will Die Maet Snowboard forgoes fancy tech and weird shapes in favor of camber, a twin shape, and a medium flex to deliver classic park performance. The Maet's profile boasts a toned-down version of traditional camber that offers a more forgiving feel while still retaining the pop, stability, and edge hold you crave from camber. It has a lightweight and lively poplar core with tip-to-tail birch strips running along the inserts to increase strength, prevent blowouts, and enhance pop. Biax glass gives the board a loose feel for buttering and jibbing your way through the rail line, plus the extruded base is easy to repair when you ding it up during a session in the streets.

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SKU: DWD001S
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