Dominate the terrain park and then take on the rest of the mountain with the Forum Destroyer Snowboard.
The Forum Destroyer Snowboard isn't one of those noodle-soft rides that can take on a rail and nothing else. This responsive board rips any freestyle terrain on the mountain. Tip-to-tail wood with a 45-degree grain underfoot gives this ride extra edge control in icy parks. The Fluid 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 Snowboard's medium flex lets you nose-press the rails while still retaining plenty of pop for the kickers. *We can't control which base color you'll get, but we're sure you'll be stoked.
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I road this board all last year and even with the crappy limited snow we got this board made it fun even on the days when u road up the lift thinking oh man crappy snow NO its still a pop it drop it blast it h3ll of a ride.
Looking for an alternative to the stiff...
Looking for an alternative to the stiff 160 i rode last season, I spend all of my days at the Northstar park and need something much more versatile. Im 6'1" and 185 lbs, and don't know if i should get a 156 or a 158 but the destroyer seems like its right up my alley. Any suggestions?
Go for the 156, if not the 54, but the destroyer is a great board, though i would say if your more for booters go youngblood, more for rails go for the destroyer.
With out a doubt the destroyer is the board for you, it all depends if you like them big or not, either size would work. i'm a bit smaller than you and i ride the 154. This year it comes in chilly dog(which won good wood) if you want to try out the revers camber.
hey, just wondering how butters are on the...
hey, just wondering how butters are on the destroyer, are they nice and smooth?
Hell yes they are, the overall flex of the board is perfect. You can press anything but you'll still get enough pop to get your 270 outs nice and clean.
This board rocks, I rode it all last season and was very pleased. It rocked in the park, tons of pop but struggled in deep snow.
how is the manual when it comes down to...
how is the manual when it comes down to pow and throing 3s on kickers??
All day long saan! Those three's will be fives before you know it!
The manual is legit in the park for sure, but i would never ride mine in pow
keep that board in the park, where it belongs
if im a begginer to intermitiate rider and...
if im a begginer to intermitiate rider and trying to improve my jibbing this next year would this be a good board to buy
you might want to try a softer board like the manual
i thought riding this snowboard was equivalent to basking in the land of milk and honey. i think if you are going to ride this snowboard you will be born again.
broflowsi this board jibs on the triple kink and has enough pop to throw down some back 3s. Its edges float over the powder deluxe with no problem bro. I be chillen with my broflowskis on the park running from my crackas. Its all good in the hood wen i got this joint strapped to my boats. Shred the gnar brokowski!!!
this board has sick pop when i ride the double kinkers in wintergreen i throw some steezy 9s with it. its got good twin shape and mid flexits balance is awesome for some mellow powder. its perfect off coarse trails of powder deluxe with a good flex for high ollies.. its really good to take to the street and hit hit ga rails or pop off ledges and throw dwn some back 3s with mellows all over them.
is the destroyer better for rails or...
is the destroyer better for rails or jumps????
a little more jumps, not super soft like a jib stick
definitely jumps. its got a stiffer flex which will make hitting and landing big jumps a lot easier. but none the less, this board will dominate any rail you try it on.
is this board more for jibs or jumps or...
is this board more for jibs or jumps or is it just an all around park board?
all around park
shred some pow, hit a back three on a jump, and back lip slide a rail, its perfect for it all.
Super Sick Board
Alright, so I am a lucky guy that gets to ride a lot of boards...and a lot of the boards that I have ridden have been really overrated (Rome Mod, for example)..sorry Rome shreds. Forum is easy to hate on since they are owned by big brother Burton...but, that being said, this board is not overrated..its sick. Its a super versatile board that is at the top of my list for park performance. Bottom line, buy this board with confidence.
Such a great board.
This board was so good. I took it out for the first time and I was already hitting 40 foot kickers. Handles them great. Good on the boxes and rails too, did a box that i broke my hand on last year, but this year with the board, it's soo much easier to do it. great board, highly recommended!!
Love it! good shape, fast, and the flex is perfect for just about anything from rails to kickers to back country. the stance is nice and wide for good balance on rails and looks amazing with my burton cartel bindings.GOOD BUY!
Is this only a good beginner board? I heard...
Is this only a good beginner board? I heard it was.
its a prgressive board, probly wont be good if ur a pro going off huge kickers but if ur an average/advanced rider then it will be fine, this is just a park board for the rest of us
Dank dude, dank. This board is sick. I bought it for all mountain and it's definitely stiff enough for everything. Very solid riding. I'm 6'0 165 and got the 158.. I think a 156 might be better just due to additional maneuverability. The graphics are really nice.. they don't show up nearly as well online. I hooked this baby up to a pair of Burton missions with the camo and it looks fantastic. It does have a bit wide stance though, I don't know why.
Will this be good on the mountain? I mean...
Will this be good on the mountain? I mean is it good only for the park or you can ride it on the mountain also?
I took it out on the mountain, it's fine on the mountain, not the best, but who can complain, it's a park board. i wouldn't buy it unless you're going to be mainly doing park.
well if you want to get serious about riding on the mountain i suggest the ripper mark II it is just sensational on the trail whether its mount kilamanjaro or a bunny slope. anyways the park board lover of boards is talking about is soley for parks so do what you will but dont get crazy.
This board is an awesome twin tip. I ride a really wide stance to have balance on rails and with my feet all ducky. This thing takes everything like a champ, rails, kickers, big air you name it, its awesome at it. Very easy to ride switch and regular with its twin tip design. My only complaint is that it is heavier than I would prefer and it isn't as flexible as anticipated. I haven't worn it all that much yet so I'm assuming it can only get better. I ride mostly park and the occasional backcountry, it keeps speed like a champ and I would certainly purchase it a again.
I <3 Destroyer!!
I'm a guy who loves to bomb verys and ride powder, and then tear up the park. This is EXACTLY what this board is perfect for. The flex is absolutely perfect but is still stiff enough to ride anything. Not to mention it's just so beautiful. I took the Destroyer out today and built some jumps and a picnic-table rail. All I can say is WOW! I am so in love with this board and if you're considering it, BUY IT!!!