Ultra Mountain Twin Snowboard - Men's by Jones Snowboards
The Jones Ultra Mountain Twin represents a pinnacle point in the evolution of the award-winning Mountain Twin thanks to its futuristic Ultra Construction that's lighter, stronger, and snappier than ever. The board's directional twin shape is set-back enough that you're able to float through deep, untracked snow, yet it still rides switch surprisingly well for laps through the park. Its CamRock profile delivers the stability and powerful response of camber underfoot with tip and tail rocker for extra flotation, but maintains a catch-free feel when you're carving up hardpack. Comprising this freestyle board's core, Jones' Power Core provides high levels of strength with its triple-density wood, complete with hardwood beech stringers along the edges for extra impact-resistance when you accidentally smash into rocks or rails. Carbon stringers work in tandem with the multi-axis triax layup for boosted torsional response and tons of pop when sending huge jumps. Other key features include Traction Tech edges for solid edge hold on hardpack and even ice, as well as an incredibly tough, ultra-fast sintered 9900 base to withstand regular thrashings.
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