Carbon Flagship Snowboard - Wide by Jones Snowboards
Built to charge big-mountain lines in fresh snow or chopped up competition conditions, the Jones Snowboards Carbon flagship Wide is a beast of a snowboard. Rated at a 10 out of 10 flex, this board is extremely stable at high speeds and in choppy snow but thanks to the directional shape and flex pattern you do not need to be a body builder to initiate turns on it. Working with that super stiff flex, a rocker-camber-rocker profile mixes the float and maneuverability of rocker with the edge control and power of camber to provide a ride that will let you see where your snowboarding ability can take you. To further boost its big-mountain prowess the Carbon Flagship features Spoon 3. 0 technology, Traction tech, and a beefy Power Core. The Spoon 3. 0 is a contoured base with slightly raised edges in the tip and tail. The tip section helps boost float on soft snow while the section in the tail helps limit edge catches while you straight line post storm chop. In the edges, traction tech helps you grip firm or icy snow with confidence while a beech reinforced Power Core creates exceptional torsional rigidity for a solid feel while edging no matter how fast you are going.
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