Contentedly sitting atop the freeride food chain, the Jones Flagship Snowboard delivers power and precision for charging everything from the jaw-dropping steeps of Valdez to the jagged terrain of Utah's Wasatch Front. A 3D contour base 3. 0 shape upturns the base edges of the board, starting at the rockered point and continuing through the nose and tail. This upturned, 3D-shaped base smoothly redirects snow around the board's tip and tail, eliminating the "plowing" effect of traditional boards. Ultimately, it maximizes deep snow buoyancy while creating fluid edge-to-edge transitions. The board's Directional Rocker features a large, blunted nose with an elongated rocker for ample float when your local mountain gets buried with fresh snow. Responsive camber underfoot rails with precision and holds steady on the steepest faces, with extra help from the grippy Traction Tech 2. 0 edges. On the inside, the Power core is comprised of triple-density wood with bamboo stringers for extra strength and snap. Power V Basalt Stringers maximize energy transfer to the tip and tail, also preventing the tips from chattering at high speeds. Another innovative additive are Flax fibers, which create high-performance damping when you're charging through choppy snow and uneven terrain.
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