Much more than a single-minded pow surfer, the Hovercraft Snowboard glides across the deepest snow imaginable with ease just as well as it charges over chunder, weaves through trees, and rails carves on hardpack. If you want a combination of supreme float and rally car-like handling, then this is the board for you. Camber underfoot ensures stability on hardpack, while a long rockered nose keeps it afloat in powder. Plus, the short tail makes it highly maneuverable in deep snow. Then, working like the hull of a ship, the 3D-contoured nose pushes snow out to the side to not only enhance float, but also improve speed. When the powder gets tracked out later in the day, Traction Tech edges help you maintain edge hold, and the bamboo topsheet soaks up vibrations for less strain on your already-tired legs.
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