When your kid spends all of his time at the resort in the terrain park, but has an old beginner-level youth board that can't keep up with his rapidly progressing skills, look no further than the sized-down version of Rome's team favorite in the gang Plank Jr Snowboard. Rome designed this mid-flexing, smaller version of the Gang Plank for aspiring riders who lap the park with their friends, seek out steep powder lines with their dads, and spend all their time off the board daydreaming of the next time they get to ride. Just like its big-brother version, the Gang Plank Jr.'s Contact Rocker profile is flat for predictability and stable straight-line control, while rocker towards the tip and tail add a more forgiving feel to prevent hanging up on landings and turns. Teaching proper pop technique, the HotRods Glass Single Barrel ensures explosive snap and increased response, and the Rebound sidewalls are more elastic than traditional ABS to help extend the life of the board after constant abuse in the park. Rome finished this classic kids board off with an XTRD base for greater durability when he's jumping onto boxes, rails, logs, and the occasional rock.
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