Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Snowboard
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Mountain Twin Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
Bringing some freestyle energy into your all-terrain riding, the Jones Mountain Twin Snowboard excels at taking a freestyle approach to riding powder, navigating through tight trees, and jumping off cliffs in the backcountry. Featuring a medium-stiff flex the Mountain Twin is stable at high speeds and responds to every input quickly, while the CamRock profile provides you with increased float and forgiveness. In the center, the FSC-Certified Control Core includes dual-density paulownia with poplar stingers for additional pop, while the V-Core construction is softer in the center to add maneuverability and stiffer at the tips to increase power and stability. Plus, Jones' sintered 8000 base ensures you'll have plenty of speed to clear big jumps and make it through flat sections in powder

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SKU: JSBH02K
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