Just when you think the Destroyer Snowboard can't get any better, Forum proves you wrong.
Forum didn't just give the Destroyer Snowboard a body job this season. They went under the hood and completely rebuilt this classic twin-tip freestyle board. Forum started with the core. Tip-to-tail wood with a 45-degree grain underfoot gives this deck extra edge control in icy parks. The sintered 7200 base provides all the speed you need when you're straight-lining a 40-foot table top, and the twin shape lets you land that beast switch without any problems. The Destroyer is also a touch softer than last year's model for better rail performance, but retains plenty of pop to get you up on the high box.
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any kind of snow
shreds pow, groomers, slush and looks sick. poppy as hell and ready for anything you throw at it
off the heazy
Ive used this board once so fare and have been pleased by many aspects. its nice and flexible, it cuts the really hard, and the graphics on it are bad ass. as soon as i got it, i prolonged the stomp pad till later and bit it hard because the top is so slick and super shiny.
I have only had this board for about one week, my first day out on the board I was very pleased! The board has great pop and just rides awesome. On my way to the mountain a few days later (my second day of riding) I noticed that there were all kinds on cracks in the top of the board. I just brought the board back and the shop is replacing it. So right now I am uncertain how I feel about the board. You would think after paying over 3bill for the board it wouldn't look like that after the first day.
This plank is mad gnar dude, its got killer shred and mad steez.