Featherweight on the way up, rock-solid on the descent, the Jones Ultracraft Splitboard is designed for crushing high alpine assaults, bottomless powder runs, and steep, technical lines. Its incredibly lightweight construction allows you to venture deeper into the backcountry with less effort, while a lively response, nimble control, and floaty design help you check off lines you've been dreaming about for years. Starting with the new Fusion Core, Jones gave the Ultracraft their lightest wood core yet for effortless uphill action, along with a Fusion Carbon construction that reduces weight even more while optimizing strength and response. The stiff flex provides superior response and stability, and a directional shape navigates tight chutes and powder fields with ease. Karakoram clips pull the halves of your splitboard together to eliminate slop, while Jones' Traction Tech 3. 0 adds serrations to the inner and outer edges to provide superior grip on icy skin tracks and descents. When the backcountry calls for the best, answer with an Ultracraft.
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