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There’s a reason that the Forum Destroyer Snowboard has been Forum’s flagship board since the beginning: it kicks ass for all things freestyle. Simple, ain’t it? Terrain park, street, backcountry hits, whatever—this freestyle snowboard gets it done.

  • True twin shape for switch takeoffs and landings
  • Beveled edges won�t snag on rails
  • Swingers Club construction reduces swing weight for easier spins
  • Formula base is fast and durable no matter where you ride
  • Ridden by Joni Malmi, Jake Welch, Stevie Bell, Nic Suave, Pat Moore, and now Andreas Wigg

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What's the difference between a board for...

What's the difference between a board for jibbing and a board for park? aren't they the same? and what are the benefits if I get the chillydog version?

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This one does it all. No need to get a super softy unless you're doing only street rails. The Chillydog version makes it real loose and easy, super fun.

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DakkaGuru has good advice. super soft is for Jibbing only, a park board does it all in the park.

i am about 70 kg with a size 9 boot, im...

i am about 70 kg with a size 9 boot, im looking for a board that will be good for everything in the park and be really good for jumps. what size board would be best for me?

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If you want an all-around good size I would go for something around a 150-152. You are pretty light and you have a lot of options,but I would def say go for something in that ball park. If you like your board a lil smaller because you mainly ride park then go for something like a 148-150. If you go too big, it might throw you off a little in swing weight. Im 6'/165lbs and I ride a 154 for my everything deck, but mainly ride park as we do not have mountains in Ontario :( Hope this helps brotha

How is this board on say glades and...

How is this board on say glades and groomers??

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Awesome. It handles great in all conditions and types of snow. An all around mountain killer for sure.

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this thing is an amazing board it can handle all types of snow it can handle groomers just fine

i am 5,5 about 125 and have a size 10 boot...

i am 5,5 about 125 and have a size 10 boot What should i get i ride park most of the time and plan on growing over the summer

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The destroyer 48. If you are growing then run the 52. This board is awesome. It is great on rails and jumps.

I'm 5'6" and weigh 138 pounds. wat size...

I'm 5'6" and weigh 138 pounds. wat size should I get?
Lyman, what's the difference between a board for jibbing and a park board?

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The 148 will be fine, but if you plan on growing, then get the 152 for sure. I rode a 53 for two years as my all over board. I weighed about 165 and was 6' tall. If you want it just to jib on then go with the 48. If this is to be your park board, then get the 52

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what if I were to get the chillydog version?

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I wish I could give it 3 1/2 stars. It is a fun board with some snap. Just not a fan of the stance option on the board. In powder it is not that sweet. I would recommend it for the park any day of the week. Great ollie power 9000!

I'm not a rail rider anymore so I can't give you any feedback on that aspect.

do i need to have a wide body board with...

do i need to have a wide body board with my size 13 boots or will the waist on a reg board be ok?

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Na man, I would run the wide for sure. Usually you can get away with a non-wide board up to a 10.5 or even an 11, depending on your stance. But 13... wide boards for sure.

Core Picture

Core Picture

The core of this deck looks like this, the angled pieces give the edge 10 times more strength!!!!

5 5

Kills it!!

Destroyer. The name says it all. Awesome all around park board. Good snap and pop, to get in and out of pressing on rails and other jib features. Yet stiff enough to keep you from sliding out the back seat on jumps. You will not be sorry about this board.

i dont know to go with the normal destroyer...

i dont know to go with the normal destroyer or the chillydog one. pros and cons of the two?

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If you like camber then no chillydog. if you like reverse camber then chillydog. Chillydog will be a looser ride. More playful, you can get a way with a smaller board and still rider powder. Camber... tried and true feel and flex. Great times are in store. It all depends on what kid of ride you want.

5 5

One of the best park boards

The destroyer is legit, one of the best shapes available. All around park killer, it can handle both Jibs and jumps. I ride this and love it. The core has great stability and strength. I have yet to blow the edge on my 08/09 deck, that i still ride as well. You will love it.

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forum destroyer

definitley a sick board. i have the 2008 and its a little stiffer than i hoped but it holds up really nice and stable at high speed and also gets the job done on the jumps. im very satisfied. i reccomend this board