Nobody does it like Griff. Griffin Siebert has been pushing the envelope in the Wasatch mountains and beyond, whether he's breaking trail on his splitboard or boosting off natural features into waist-deep powder. Your favorite rider's favorite rider, Griff's long awaited pro-model is finally here. Built off of the Nitro Mountain, the Mountain X Griffin Snowboard is a directional board that features a slightly tapered shape and a medium-stiff flex which combine to create exceptional float, powerful pop, stability during drops, and artistic and fluid tracks on groomed snow. Featuring art from the man himself, the graphic is rooted deep in what inspires Griff in his home state of Utah, as well as his desire to meet some "chill aliens". The Cam-Out profile mixes powerful camber from just inside contact points with rocker sections towards the tip and tail. Not only does this enhance the float and maneuverability in powder, but it creates powerful energy transfer to the edges for laying hard carves or navigating dicey situations. The Powercore II core mixes poplar and beech woods for a lively and snappy feel for boosting sidehits or cliff drops while cutting down on weight, and the Bi-Lite laminates increase board feel. Finally, the sintered Speed Formula HD base keeps you blasting through variable snow conditions and protects your base from impacts when you're riding off-piste.
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