Shaper Twin LT Snowboard - Women's by Never Summer
Delivering all the lively fun of the more freeride-focused models of Never Summer's Shaper series, the Shaper Twin LT Snowboard is slightly tweaked with 10mm taper and a centered stance to meet the needs of riders who like to fill up on pow laps in the morning and then go hard in the park through the afternoon. And as an LT model, the opposite of the Never Summer X (wide) series, this Shaper Twin model is an ideal platform for smaller riders. Starting with Fusion RC, which balances the powerful edgehold, snappy turning, and huge pop of Ripsaw RC in the back with the surfy feel underfoot of Original RC in the front. This versatile profile brings back the fun and fluidity that all-mountain freestyle snowboarding deserves, helping you go right from fast and loose tree runs to progression sessions in the park. NS's trusty Vario Power Grip Sidecut employs multiple radiuses for extra contact points that give you a locked-in edge hold and ferocious pop. Carbon Max Laminate Technology ensures a lightweight yet powerful feel underfoot that provides torsional rigidity and energy transfer without sacrificing the control a rider needs in technical terrain. Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers directly below the mounting area absorb harsh chatter and increase high-speed stability while reducing foot fatigue as you point it through chopped-up steeps on the way to the park. Vibration absorption and stability is then further fortified by the lightweight RDS 2 Damping System, which perfects the balance of freeride stability and freestyle liveliness.
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