Dinosaurs Will Die Perry Snowboard

Dinosaurs Will Die Perry Snowboard
Dinosaurs Will Die Perry Snowboard
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Perry Snowboard by Dinosaurs Will Die
Built for all-mountain freestyle wizardry, the Perry snowboard offers a forgiving feel for learning new tricks and mastering the rail game. Its Am Camber profile is flat underfoot with just a slight hint of rocker in the tip and tail, tailoring to riders with a taste for wall-riding, jibbing, and all the other tricks you and your crew have on your hit list. DWD also threw in a lightweight poplar core with birch stringers to provide explosive pop without any extra bulk, as well as a SINtered base that maintains high speeds through slow, slushy days in the park. For everything from backyard jib setups to lapping the jump line, the Perry serves up just the dish.

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SKU: DWD001U
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