Jones Snowboards Dream Catcher Splitboard - Women's

Jones Snowboards Dream Catcher Splitboard - Women's
Jones Snowboards Dream Catcher Splitboard - Women's
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Dream Catcher Splitboard - Women's by Jones Snowboards
The Dream Catcher Splitboard offers a freestyle-inspired flex in a directional freeride shape, which is forgiving and playful, yet highly competent at riding everything from open bowls to tight tree runs. The directional shape inspires confidence when you're opening it up at high speeds, while still floating across powder with ease. Camber underfoot is responsive for locked-in carves and reliable edge hold on steep terrain. The smooth, consistent flex stays strong when you're pushing it across demanding alpine terrain, while still keeping it soft enough for easy turn initiation. Karakoram clips actively join both halves, making the Dream Catcher ride more like a solid board without the seam slop of older splitboards. And to ensure reliable edge hold, the slightly serrated Traction Tech 2. 0 edges grip aggressively when sloughed-off steeps and icy conditions present themselves in the backcountry.

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