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Satisfy your craving for sweetness.

The all-new Forum Honeypot Snowboard is the latest hybrid-camber park machine to come out of Forum's technical test room, which just happens to be called The Honeypot. We know that Stevie Bell chooses to shred rails, boxes, and animal statues on the Honeypot because of the raised edges at the binding mounts as well as tip and tail, which virtually eliminate edge-catch. We also heard he has a love for sweets, which makes sense given that he lays down super-sweet style with icing on top.
  • Combo Platter profile combines camber and raised edges (like rocker) for the ideal blend of flex, pop, and forgiveness for all-mountain freestyle
  • Buttercup design raises the tip & tail contact points off the snow for a catch-free ride
  • Swingers Club technology reduces the amount of material in the tip and tail to lower swing-weight
  • Biax fiberglass laminate offers the most forgiving lateral and torsional flex for the most presstastic butterability
  • Gnar core features super-snappy aspen wood with reinforced wood at the edges under the binging inserts for strength

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5 5

Awesome But Fragile

The lightest weight board, great flex. So easy to manual you can just lean back a ride the whole hill. Lifted edges allow you to not catch edge and spin flat ground 360.

Tips are too fragile for park deck

Clipped edge once, dented the fragile composite on the front of the deck significantly. Not like those old school decks made of indestructible plastic composites. Just a heads UP.

Gentile, but the best board I have ever ridden.

The End.

Is a 151 Forum Honeypot to big for a 15...

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Is a 151 Forum Honeypot to big for a 15 yr old 113 Ib. 5'4" male?

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Its situational. If you're an experienced rider looking for something to rail into an turn with a ton of response then it would be fine. Most likely you'll want a shorter board that will be softer, 113lbs is real light. Depending on you're riding preferences you could ride a 140-147 ok probably.

I'm 5'9" 120 pounds, and I'm wondering...

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I'm 5'9" 120 pounds, and I'm wondering whether I could ride the Forum Honeypot 151
I'm only fifteen so I want the board to last a couple years. Would the 151 still work?

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You bet you can. That is the exact size of one of my co-workers and they run that size in the Honey Pot.

5 5

Honey Pot

The Forum Honey Pot is the second board in the Forum line to feature the amazing combo platter. This makes this camber board ride and feel like a reverse camber. It is loose and forgiving, and yet responsive and snappy.

Extruded base, that is durable and easy to repair. Light weight but really strong core. Grainbelt technology gives the core 10X the strength over a non-grainbelt deck.

Run this, new tech at a great affordable price. The Forum Honey Pot!!!!

5 5

Honey Pot

The Forum Honey Pot is the second board in the Forum line to feature the amazing combo platter. This makes this camber board ride and feel like a reverse camber. It is loose and forgiving, and yet responsive and snappy.

Extruded base, that is durable and easy to repair. Light weight but really strong core. Grainbelt technology gives the core 10X the strength over a non-grainbelt deck.

Run this, new tech at a great affordable price. The Forum Honey Pot!!!!