SnoPlanks Snoblunt Twin Snowboard - Men's

SnoPlanks Snoblunt Twin Snowboard - Men's
SnoPlanks Snoblunt Twin Snowboard - Men's
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Snoblunt Twin Snowboard - Men's by SnoPlanks
The most freestyle-oriented board in SnoPlanks' line, the SnoBlunt Twin is for riders looking for a do-it-all board that thrives in resort conditions. This board's asymmetrical shape tailors towards easy toe-to-heel transitions on varying terrain, while the twin stance, medium flex, and camber profile offer a versatile platform for crushing kinked rails and 50-foot jumps in the park. Soft camber gives you the versatile feel of an all-mountain board that has reliable edgehold on hardpack and stable control on the run-in to jumps, while also making it easy to float through pow and press out your 5-0s on rails without working too hard. Carbon from tip to tail keeps the Snoblunt Twin poppy and lively underfoot while maintaining a solid landing pad for boosting sidehits and windlips.

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SKU: SNV000D
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