Rolling up its sleeves and going to work anywhere on the mountain, the fun and forgiving Mechanic is up for taking park laps, cruising side hits, finding freshies in the trees, and carving up groomers. The Contact Camber features a stable flat profile that won't feel noodly at high speeds, and rockered tips to prevent hang-ups on hardpack and enhance float in powder. Even though it has a twin shape, the stance is slightly set-back to offer more control for progressing riders. Then, Hotrods Single Glass Barrel helps you pop big ollies, and the QuickRip sidecut features additional contact points near the bindings that allow the board to feel loose at low speeds while still maintaining edge hold at speed. The strong, snappy poplar core keeps the board lightweight, and biax glass provides a consistent flex for smooth turns. It's all finished off with an extruded base that's easy to repair after you beat it up in the park.
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