Moss Snowstick Swallow Snowboard

Moss Snowstick Swallow Snowboard
Moss Snowstick Swallow Snowboard
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Swallow Snowboard by Moss Snowstick
Make sweeping turns down wide-open faces and glide over bottomless powder on the Moss Snowstick Swallow Snowboard. Although this surfy shape was originally designed for floating in deep snow, it's been tweaked to allow you to carve up the entire mountain, no matter what the conditions. The 150cm and 158cm have longer, thinner tails for a softer, more playful ride. Choose the 150cm if you're a smaller rider, or go with the 158cm if you're average sized. The 162cm is primed for bigger riders or those who want a stiffer, more aggressive ride. If you're eyeing up steep lines in AK, then the 170cm is the big mountain gun for you.

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