Twin Sister Snowboard - Women's by Jones Snowboards
Taking design cues from the Mountain Twin, the Jones Twin Sister Snowboard infuses a freestyle flavor into your all-mountain riding, regardless if you're lapping the park on slushy spring days or slashing powder in the midst of mid-winter blizzards. Its mid-range flex pattern is more playful than Jones' dedicated freeride boards, yet is still responsive enough for charging across pillow lines, steep chutes, and open bowls. Its directional twin shape balances freestyle riding and switch landings, with a moderate set-back that makes it float across powder and remain stable at higher speeds. The Camrock profile places responsive camber underfoot for swift carves and reliable edge hold, then rocker at the tips add a looser, catch-free feel for freestyle riding. The Master Core employs dual-density poplar wood for high levels of strength, along with paulownia wood for a lighter overall feel. Triax fiberglass gives a bit more torsional stiffness than most freestyle decks, allowing you to ride this board at higher speeds. And because Jones strives to be as environmentally responsible as possible, the Eco-Plastic topsheet, recycled ABS sidewalls, and oversized recycled edges provide a more sustainable construction.
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