For boarders who spend most of their time getting down in the park, but also enjoy ripping through high-speed groomers or powder-choked trees every now and again, the Smokin Vixen Snowboard is essentially the same as the men's Superpark, just tailored to the needs of female riders. Its twin shape, versatile profile, and lively flex make it well-suited to doing everything from sliding boxes and sending kickers to slashing through deep snow. Designed with an R+ profile, the Vixen uses rocker between the bindings that offers a forgiving feel when linking tricks in the park, while camber underfoot provides pop off of jumps and helps you hold an edge on icy pipe walls. Quattro Grip sidecut adds to the edge hold by placing small bumps along the side that act as additional contact points, helping you slice through ice like butter. PoP Gnarley hemp fibers offer an eco-friendlier alternative to carbon for enhancing response and strength. 3 Stage Dampening smooths out the ride when you pop out of a fresh pow stash into a tracked-out stretch of snow. And to keep you cruising across slow sections and past tourist skiers, Smokin finished it off with a fast and durable Sintered 6000 base.
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