Built for all-mountain prowess, the Jones Snowboards Aviator Wide Snowboard excels when ridden by expert riders looking to test their freestyle and carving prowess all over their local hill. The Power Camber profile balances the edge control and power of camber between the bindings with the maneuverability and float of rocker in the tip and tail to create a board that can rip any and all snow conditions. Working with the versatile profile, an aggressive and consistent stiff flex lets you trust your board at high speeds and though variable terrains due to its phenomenal responsiveness. When you have this much control and confidence in a board the natural progression is to start testing the freestyle limits. Luckily this directional twin board can more than hold its own. The Spoon 2. 0 base contour helps add float and forgiveness to big landings with its contoured base and turned up edges while the Carbon Innegra layer above the sturdy wood V-core transfers energy effectively to the edges for confident setting of big tricks and last second adjustments to save a high speed landing.
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