No park feature is safe from the Never Summer Funslinger X Wide Snowboard. Its easy-going flex and versatile, poppy profile help you dismantle the entire park and beyond. Through a combination of innovative features, the Funslinger X is soft enough to slay rails, stable enough for jumps, and has enough edge hold to boost icy pipe walls and tackle technical runs. Plus, its wide waist ensures you won't have to deal with any dreaded toe drag. Built with Ripsaw Rocker Camber, this deck's profile has enhanced camber zones for a poppier, more responsive feel and improved edge hold without compromising its forgiving flex. The asymmetric sidecut features a deeper heel sidecut so your heelside turns feel just as powerful as your toeside carves. Never Summer's Boost Flex core features a slimmer, more streamlined side profile to reduce weight while providing more consistent flex. The Freestyle Damping System creates a lighter, snappier feel while still offering the smooth ride Never Summer is famous for. Bi-Lite fiberglass gives it a smooth, even flex, while Carbon VXR laminates extend in V's from the inserts to the edges for efficient energy transfer that improves response and loads up the board on ollies for insane pop.
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