Whether you're slashing through fresh powder in the Rockies or slaying icy parks in the Upper Midwest, the Smokin Awesymmetrical Snowboard destroys anything on the mountain, thanks to an asymmetric shape and versatile R+ profile. This asymmetric twin features a deeper heelside sidecut that balances the difference between heel and toeside turning dynamics, resulting in effortless heelside turns and easier switch riding, especially for days spent in the park Built with a R+ profile, the Awesymmetrical is rockered through the board's center with raised camber at the tip and tail, which gives you catch-free fun on boxes and jibs, and float through deep snow, while camber zones at the tip and tail offer a fun, poppy feel for sending kickers and natural features all over the mountain. When it comes to the core, Smokin used full aspen wood for a smooth, consistent flex and tons of strength for stomping huge landings. 3 Stage Dampening smooths out vibrations when you're charging through chop and variable snow conditions, while PoP Gnarley hemp fibers increase energy transfer for tons of pop. Throw in a Sintered 6000 base with Teflon for super-fast glide, especially over fresh powder and springtime slush.
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