Taking the reins as the most stable, smooth, and responsive split in the Jones Snowboards line, the Ultra Solution Splitboard is made with the cutting-edge tech of 2021 to not only get you to the top of your line easily, but also inspire confidence and create a fun ride on the way down. Its directional shape, directional rocker, and incredibly responsive stiff flex handle the most advanced technical backcountry lines you can find. Separating itself the pack, the Ultra Solution's Fusion Carbon construction produces one of the most damp, durable, and responsive snowboards around, all without bulky unnecessary weight. The directional shape and rocker work hand in hand to sink the tail and raise the nose. This combination creates excellent float in powder and easy turn initiation, while the setback stance and camber section make sure you hold an edge in dicey conditions. On top of this versatility, the stiff flex ensures that this board won't get squirrely at high speeds and will inspire confidence when you need to lay a hard edge to get out of trouble. Finally, burly Karakoram Ultra Clips create a powerful, torsionally solid connection in the middle of your board so that you can focus on the terrain.
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