If this board got any more awards, Forum may start build park features from them.
Both Future Snowboard Magazine and TransWorld SNOWboarding have bestowed the Forum Craft Women’s Snowboard with the highest honors in the industry. Take your mad freestyle skills to the terrain park with the Forum Craft Women's Snowboard. This snappy, responsive freestyle snowboard has a forgiving tip and tail flex for buttering the boxes, and it maintains plenty of pop off the kickers. The Craft Snowboard's directional-twin shape doesn't hold you back when you're rolling switch, and its ultra-fast sintered Fluid provides all the speed you ever want. This Forum board's narrow shape provides excellent edge control to riders with small feet, so you can tear up the park and pipe with confidence. *Forum supplies us with random base colors, so we have no control over which ones you get. Good thing they all rock.
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Not for the light of heart
This board is for girls who want to RIP! The super aggressive sidecut on this board make for crazy-fast edge-to-edge control, and it is super poppy once you can get it to bend.So fun, not for the timid riders by any means, but when you think you are ready to start showing the boys up, this o
PS- I love that forum sells softgoods in the same patterns as the graphics on their boards!!
I would classify this board as freeride rather than all mountain freestyle
I love the park but I also love the trees and powder so I chose an all mountain freestyle to cover my bases.My previous boards have been mens freestyle boards that I used for everything.
I have always ridden mens boards and was looking forward to trying my first womens board.The biggest difference that I noticed was that this womens board has quite a narrow waiste and decent side cut. I found these features great for freeriding (quick edge to edge and very responsive). However I also wanted a freestyle board and this board is a lot stiffer than I expected for a womens flex 4! Maybe if I spent a couple of months breaking it in it would be OK but I was disappointed as it is WAY too stiff.
I think this board rides much more like a freeride board than a freestyle board. Ths is due to the stiffness, side cut and narrow waiste.I'm sure this is a good board in the right hands but not what I had expected in a womens all mountain freestyle.
I love this board for Park riding and some groomer cruising. I rode it on a deep pow day in utah, forgot my other board in salt lake and only had this or my 143cm k2 va va voom. So I chose this. It was not super great in the powder like other claim. Maybe if I have a size up from my 148. Being a twin tip it did not rocker back enough in the powder. But as far as park and pipe riding this is really fun. Had lots of fun days in the pipe with this baby. I wear size 6 1/2 boots and this narrow board was so responsive for my small feet and bindings. You will NOT regret getting this board AT ALL.
The Perfect Women's Board
I rode the Forum Craft last season. I love this board! Its soo much fun to ride, really buttery and lots of pop and response. Can take it in the park, pipe, fast groomer/roller runs, and it holds it own on big POW days! Its stable at high speeds doesn't chatter, but still is able to press in the park! LOVE LOVE!