Proto Type Two Snowboard - Women's by Never Summer
Arguably the most versatile freestyle board in Never Summer's line, the Proto Type Two Snowboard is built for aggressive riders who are equally at home spinning sevens in the park as they are straightlining chopped-up chunder fields at mach ten. The Proto Type Two lends itself to riding anything on the mountain, with the medium flex pattern retaining stability at higher speeds, but without being overly damp or too stiff for park riding and freestyle pursuits. Designed around Never Summer's Ripsaw Rocker Camber, the Proto Type Two features accentuated camber zones under each binding for absolutely railing trenches on groomers and snapping energetically from park jumps. However, it does retain Never Summer's centerline rocker hinge for a bit of added playfulness when you're messing around the park and buttering, as well as improved float in deep powder. The asym shape sports a deeper heel sidecut for more powerful and intuitive heelside carves, not to mention improved edge hold. The inside is loaded up with a Superlight wood core and Carbon Max laminates to keep the feel lively and dynamic, no matter what terrain you're shredding.
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