Whether Dinosaurs Will Die used a little sorcery or just plain ol' fashioned ingenuity to make the Wizard Stick Snowboard look like a directional, but ride like a twin, is not the point here. The point is that this board rides like your favorite freestyle deck when you're lapping the park, but offers a bit of extra float when snow piles up at the resort. Its pointed nose and stubby tail help keep you afloat when it's pow time, but this board still feels like a twin when you're front boarding kinked rails and sending cab 540s in the jump line. Crossbreed Camber is mostly camber for pop and edge hold, but with rocker outside the inserts to keep it catch-free when you're getting loose on slushy spring days or seeking out freshies in the trees. No matter where you take the Wizard Stick, you'll always be able to pull a few tricks out of your sleeve.
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Dinosaurs Will Die Wizard Stick Snowboard
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