Jones Snowboards Frontier Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Frontier Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Frontier Snowboard
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Frontier Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
We love the Frontier because it fulfills our all-mountain desires by maximizing fun across everything from open powder fields to tight tree runs, and even the occasional park lap. It features a freeride-inspired nose that floats and plows through choppy snow at the end of the day, while the freestyle-shaped tail snaps for airing off natural hits and park jumps. Directional Rocker helps lock into carves, and the lengthened nose rocker enhances float and tracking across deep snow. The ingenious 3D Contour Base 1. 0 creates fluid turn initiation and reduces the plowing effect that's typically found in traditional boards.

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SKU: JSBH02L
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