Jones took the most versatile powder board on the market and made it even better by adding Ultra construction to create the Ultracraft Snowboard. Its ingenious design allows it to float effortlessly in chest-deep snow, yet still carve up hardpack with power and precision. And with Ultra construction, its response and liveliness are cranked up to a whole new level, while its weight is substantially shaved down. Camber underfoot provides edge hold and stability on packed snow and sketchy entries, while a long rockered nose keeps it afloat effortlessly in powder and the short tail makes it highly maneuverable in deep snow. Looking inside this hard-charging pow deck, the Ultra ISO-Core shaves serious weight for the long skin up, without sacrificing structural integrity. This triple-density wood core is reinforced with ISO-Core, which is a foam-fiberglass composite that's as stiff as any wood, except 15% lighter. Plus, it's reinforced with hardwood stringers along the edges for increased impact-resistance and powerful response. Trusted by road biking pros, TeXtreme carbon fiber is incredibly 20-30% lighter than traditional carbon fibers, yet doesn't sacrifice stiffness or strength.
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