Jones Snowboards Frontier Splitboard

Jones Snowboards Frontier Splitboard
Jones Snowboards Frontier Splitboard
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Frontier Splitboard by Jones Snowboards
We love the Jones Snowboard Frontier Splitboard's all-terrain design and playful personality because of its ability to seek out natural takeoffs and far away transitions that were previously unattainable. It focuses on the downhill performance with a directional shape, directional rocker profile and easily-maneuvered medium flex. Working with the directional shape, the Directional Rocker profile features rocker in the tip to keep you above the snow on landings and when cruising, that's paired with camber underfoot to provide confident edging on takeoffs and stubbornly-firm snow. Holding it all together, a medium flex is extremely poppy and maneuverable so that you can initiate that crucial turn, blast a back three, and stomp big cliffs.

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