From kissing the corduroy on high-speeds groomers to effortlessly slashing up fans of powder on deep days, the SnoPlanks Model A Snowboard thrives in the steepest and deepest terrain. Soft camber, a tapered sidecut, and two-inch setback stance give you the tools to truly surf the earth with minimal work on powder days, while the stiff flex and directional shape help you turn the variable conditions on chopped-up days into gold. Essentially, SnoPlanks has created a veritable all-mountain board, destroying everything from hard-pack resort days to floating through pow stashes in the trees. Handmade in Oregon, the Model A starts with a blend of soft camber and mellow rocker to give you both the hard-charging explosiveness to handle gnarly, technical terrain, but with the forgiving float to keep you surfing through thigh-deep powder. A turbo-charged bamboo and carbon fiber core keeps your ollie power maxed out while ensuring stability at high speeds, with a triax laminate bolstering durability and keeping the flex ultra-responsive. If you're looking for a board that rides like an absolute dream in any condition and puts a smile on your face at the end of the day, look no further than the Model A.
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