Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Splitboard

Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Splitboard
Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin Splitboard
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Mountain Twin Splitboard by Jones Snowboards
The Jones Mountain Twin Splitboard was designed for riders who want to access the most remote zones, but who still need the freestyle soul to land tricks and treat the backcountry like a natural terrain park. Camber between the feet keeps the Mountain Twin planted at speed, and there's slightly more rocker in the nose than the tail for added float on extra deep days. Traction Tech 3. 0 places bumps along the inner and outer edges for secure edgehold and confidence while you're ascending steep, icy approaches. Karakoram hardware firmly holds the board halves together to reduce slop in the seam, and the Quick Tension tail clips help secure your skins in place. If you're a rider that loves to ride powder but is looking for a board to step up your freestyle skills in natural, untouched terrain, the answer is the Mountain Twin Splitboard.

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SKU: JSBH02S
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