Jones Snowboards Stratos Snowboard

Jones Snowboards Stratos Snowboard
Jones Snowboards Stratos Snowboard
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Stratos Snowboard by Jones Snowboards
A modern all-mountain ripper new to Jones' lineup for 2021, the Stratos Snowboard combines the body of a directional freeride board with the soul of a freestyle board to help you have fun all over the resort and fall back in love with snowboarding. The playful, creative feeling this board captures is due to a narrow sidecut and lively flex, being complemented with a directional, tapered (10mm) shape to ensure it takes on powder days with plenty of float and control. The directional rocker profile has more rocker in front to float the nose in pow and make it easier to maneuver, while camber underfoot locks in confident edgehold and responsiveness for high-speed groomer runs. The Stratos gets Jones' lightest wood core, the FSC Ultra, keeping things strong and poppy without weighing you down. This pop, then, is bolstered by basalt stringers that improve response and power transfer while soaking up chatter.

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