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Destroy your enemies with Forum’s Chillydog rocker.

Based on the popular Destroyer Snowboard, the Forum Destroyer Chillydog Snowboard takes all the best features from its straight camber brother and gets the reverse-camber makeover. Chillydog continuous rocker gives you a catch-free ride with plenty of stability and float. Forum also updated the Destroyer Chillydog Snowboard with beveled edges for fewer hang-ups, and used Swingers Club technology to reduce tip and tail weight for improved spinning.

  • Chillydog Continuous Rocker geometry is based on one continuous circle, delivering a smooth, consistent and stable ride full of jibbing potential and a surfy ride in pow; traditional contact points are lifted at the tip and tail for catch-free take offs and landings
  • Swingers Club reduced-profile tip and tail spin faster and press easier
  • Gnar core is made with lightweight Aspen wood for a smooth responsive ride with lots of pop, and grainbelt technology adds critical strength under the bindings
  • Beveled edges reduce catching on take offs and landings, and pre-ground edges are ready to thrash rails without needing to be tuned in your rec room beforehand
  • Light Triax laminate adds smooth flex and balanced stability
  • Formula base is sintered and as fast as your uncle�s muscle car (without the mullet)
  • Ridden by Daniel Ek
  • Good Wood Award winner

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i fit a us size 11 shoe and im 6'0. would...

i fit a us size 11 shoe and im 6'0. would i be ok getting the 156 with 250 width and still avoid overhang? or should i be getting the 156w or even the 158?

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ps. my planned use for the board is both freestyle/freeride.

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You'd be okay on the 250 waist but personally I would go for the wide (as the wide is not a true wide -- more mid-wide) Anything above a 254 would be banger.. Don't go above a 258 or 260

Drop in a a 156 Wide... it will not be slow edge to edge and, in addition, gives you a lil' more surface area to land those tricks and not get caught up on Front-boards.

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ya u should be good on the 156 im 6'1", 150 lbs and i ride a 153 (DC pbj but for freeride/ park its a good fit

Destroyer or Youngblood
Im 5'9 160 and im...

Destroyer or Youngblood
Im 5'9 160 and im stuck between the destroyer and youngblood chillydogs. I like powder and jumps but i love to butter shit up.
156 Youngblood or 156/158 Destroyer, any suggestions?

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The Destroyer all the way. This board is tight, an upgraded core over the youngblood that will give you the support you need, and the chillydog will allow you to "butter shit up". You will be stoked on the way it rides. I love this deck.

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i want a little bit wider board. should i go with the 156w or 158?

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Fun stick

Me: intermediate-advanced, riding 5 years, ~20-30 days per year. Prefer charging steeps, trees, and open bowls, but opening it up in the park and expanding the skill set lately, mostly on account of moving from the Bay Area to Minneapolis (steeps and Midwest do not get along). I have been between 190-200 this season and ride the 156W. I put about six days on this thing, mostly in hardpack conditions.I've been a fan of the standard Destroyer for the a couple seasons, so I decided to give this badboy a shot. The Destroyer Chilly is a really fun, versatile board. I have ridden a Banana and owned a TRS BTX and hands down prefer the Destroyer Chilly. Compared to the BTX, the continuous chilly rocker seems to give a bit more power and bite closer to the contact points. It's pretty burly in the middle, but softer in the tips, so it holds a surprisingly solid edge at speed but is still plenty playful in the tips for butters and presses. At my size, I was pretty impressed at how well it held up at speed when I took it out to Snowbird and the Canyons in Utah, both in softer snow and hardpack/ice. It is an absolute BLAST in bumps at speed. The base is pretty fast and I was pretty impressed at how it held edge without any sort of help from magnetration or similar sidecut gimmicks. I (unfortunately) haven't had the chance to ride it in powder, but being reverse camber I have little doubt that it'd perform well relative to size.The biggest weakness, like a lot of rockered sticks, is pop. It's better than a lot of reverse camber boards I've ridden, but nowhere close to a solid cambered stick. On the plus side, it's easier to kind snap an ollie since you don't have to fight the flex of the board as you would on a cambered stick.I enjoy it and was very surprised at how well-rounded it was. I bought it with the intention of having a board that would be a bit jibbier than anything in my quiver, but still be able to handle the mountain, and it actually turned out to be quite a lot more aggressive than I had expected. As the other review says, if you're looking for a versatility, cannot afford multiple snowboards, and want some rocker, this is a great option.

is this board good for a size 13 foot? or...

is this board good for a size 13 foot? or shud i just go for the YB chilidog 156w?

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with a size 13 the waist on this is awfully narrow. You'll probably be better off with the 156W.

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Hands down go with a wide board The Destroyer wide is a legit board. If that size is not available go with the youngblood wide.

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156 Wide for realz! All Chilly dogs are wicked-fun! yummy to eat, too!

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kill everything

ok this board is so ill floats like a champion i rode some powder and just floated over it like nothing the pop on this think is ill to and it still lets you butter for days. edge to edge was super nice and all in all this board is dope get it

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Love It!!!

I have rode this board on jumps, rails, and some pow so far in the season. This board is really nice it is very poppy but stiff enough to handle speed well. I can ollie on to high rails but i can also bomb down runs and after go ride some back country with one board. Even though forum describes it as a park board it can do everything else very well!!!

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Review Title

Forum took the already amazing, kill anything and everything Destroyer then added Chillydog to giver you the best of everything with one board. Get you 156 that you normally would ride and be amazed by the versatility of this deck especially if you don't have the funds for a full quiver of decks. From park to powder it is unstoppable.

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Review Title

Forum took the already amazing, kill anything and everything Destroyer then added Chillydog to giver you the best of everything with one board. Get you 156 that you normally would ride and be amazed by the versatility of this deck especially if you don't have the funds for a full quiver of decks. From park to powder it is unstoppable.

thanks mate, appreciate it. im trying to...

thanks mate, appreciate it. im trying to choose between the desroyer and the k2 believer. any pros and cons you know about either??

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To be honest i do not know to much about the K2 deck. The destroyer on the other hand is awesome for a few reasons. The flex holds for well over 100 days. You get the same pop and snap season after season. Same consistent pop equals predictability that in-turn equals constant fun! The core of the Destroyer is made totally out of poplar wood and also has Brain-Belt-Tech. This is where we have about 2 inches of 45 degree angled sections of the core going from center to contact points that gives strength(10X) and durability. Check out the pic to get a better idea of what i'm talking about. I love this deck.

To be honest i do not know to much about the K2 deck. The destroyer on the other hand is awesome for a few reasons. The flex holds for well over 100 days. You get the same pop and snap season after season. Same consistent pop equals predictability that in-turn equals constant fun! The core of the Destroyer is made totally out of poplar wood and also has Brain-Belt-Tech. This is where we have about 2 inches of 45 degree angled sections of the core going from center to contact points that gives strength(10X) and durability. Check out the pic to get a better idea of what i'm talking about. I love this deck.

hey, im 6'1" and weigh about 180 pounds...do...

hey, im 6'1" and weigh about 180 pounds...do you reckon this board will be alright for general all mountain freestyling?? or would it be too soft?

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It is not too soft. I would go with the 158, but you could get away with the 156. This board really kills it. Great shape and great flex, and awesome feel with the chillydog.

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Im about the same and I love it, I ride a 156, Can do anything