The most versatile snowboard in Westons' line the Spruce board is built for everyday riding for everyone from first time board owners to seasoned veterans who enjoy a playful and fun all-mountain ride. It is able to provide this excellent versatility thanks to the true twin shape, camber-rocker-camber profile, and medium flex. For the more advanced riders the twin shape is able to create exceptional jib potential and excellent switch riding, while the rocker-camber-rocker profile blends float in pow and over crud with excellent energy transfer to the edge for confident turning. Finally the medium flex allows for stylish butters and presses while still providing the stability you need to ride as fast as you want. If you are a rider just starting to get your feet under you these same attributes provide different benefits to you, and offer a ride that will progress with you as you grow as a snowboarder. The true twin shape reduces edge hook and is easily slid sideways to scrub speed when you get in trouble. The camber-rocker-camber profile on the other hand prevents hard edges-catch slams while still encouraging proper edge technique, while the medium flex is easily manipulated by riders of all sizes for edge control when riding slower.
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