Jones Snowboards Project X Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Project X Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Project X Snowboard
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Project X Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
Razor sharp, ultra-light, and made with some of the most advanced materials and construction technologies available for snowboards, the Jones Project X Snowboard is truly an awe-inspiring all-mountain work of art. Locked and loaded with directional rocker, the Project X boasts an innovative yet traditional camber profile that's slightly tweaked to deliver the incredible response of camber with rockered tips to alleviate its usual, annoying hangups. Jones' Ultra Construction precisely positions super-light wood and carbon fiber materials exactly where they're needed for an insanely lightweight, strong, and durable result. The Fusion Carbon construction uses an aero space-grade carbon fiber for tons of strength and over 25% reduced weight. Finally, the 3D Contour Base 3. 0 adds a spoon-like shape to the tip and tail for better float in powder and a more forgiving ride, while Traction Tech 3. 0 edges keep you locked in while you're laying down deep carves.

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