- 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
- FGel Sidewall squeezes winterfresh gel into each rail to dampen asphalt landings and giant step-downs, while adding durability and reducing chatter
- 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
- Biax laminate adds stability, predictability and durability
- Freebase base is extruded for easy maintenance, durability, and enhanced graphics
- Ridden by Stevie Bell
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How well does this board handle outside...
How well does this board handle outside of the park?
It handles great. It is a Park board, but you can fly through trees and groomers as well as powder depending on your size and the size of the board you bet. The shape is awesome, the tech is great. This board is really fun, and the Chillydog makes it even easier to ride. You will be completely stoked.
This board is really fun! in or out of the park, you will be way stoked!
i am stuck on forum boards i have an 08'...
i am stuck on forum boards i have an 08' youngblood team or ltd version and i want a new board this year but i don't know what to get. i am 6' 2" 175 lbs 11.5 shoe and i like to ride a little bit smaller of a board for control. what board does anyone suggest and what size. and oh btw i ahve a 154 now.
because of your boot size you should run a wide boar. If you like the youngblood then stick with it on the 55W, if you want to switch it up, try the destroyer 54W. Either of these boards will keep you stoked.
im about 6' 140 lbs and want an all around...
im about 6' 140 lbs and want an all around board that will freeride well and handle a terrain park at the same time. I'm unsure about size and was wondering if i should go with the 156 or 154 or even bigger. My boot size is 9.5/10 so should i go wide too? I'm 15 and still growin so this has to last a few years. any help would be appreciated
I would go with the 56, It will be a great board for you right now as well as next year. If you really think you will grow an other couple inches and put on 20-30 lbs then i would look at the destroyer 158, if not this board will be great.
At 5'4", 110 lbs., with a size 10 boot,...
At 5'4", 110 lbs., with a size 10 boot, would the 148 work?
It depends on what you want it for? I ride a 150 in the park. i'm 6', so the 48 will work because you are shorter and lighter than me. I would get it then slay the mountain with it. You will be stoked on the dampness and feel of the deck.
okay, im about 5'7" 125lbs & have a size...
okay, im about 5'7" 125lbs & have a size us 10.5 shoe
should i get a 148cm board or a 152cm
& should i get a wide board or no?
The 52 will work. If you duck your stance out I don't think you will have to worry about toe and heel drag. Your boot size is on the edge of making the switch to a wide board necessary. You should be fine.
Can I use any pair of bindings on this...
Can I use any pair of bindings on this board? And do you think the 152cm would match my bright blue and yellow jacket?( I know its weird to ask that but i need to know.)
any bindings will work with this deck. The top sheet is all black and white, except for the purple forum lettering in the corner. Yes it will match. You will like the deck so much that you'll forget what you're even wearing.
Hey I wear a size 11 boot. Should I go...
Hey I wear a size 11 boot. Should I go with a wide version of this board?
I'd recommend wide for 11US boots. Less chance of toe drag, more stable on rails and more lift in powder.
Hands down go with the wide. You will like it a lot better. It will cut down on toe drag and give you more life in powder.
ok so i wanted to get a rockered board...
ok so i wanted to get a rockered board this year. Im gonna be doing a couple backcountry days so i was thinker reverse camber for some pow.... so ive practically narrowed it down to this board and the rossignol angus. someone help me dicide!? which one will be better for bashin pow but still shredin the resorts here in colorado? anythin helps guys thanks : ]
This board is great, if you are looking at this because of the price then it will be fine in the powder. If you have a little more money to spend check out the Destroyer Chillidog. If you don't have the extra funds then grab this. The chiilidog will help you shred the deep pow. This board has swingers club, which means Forum has cored out certain parts of the tip and tail to help keep you tip out of the snow. Great technology. Make sure you get the right size. I'm 6' 165 lbs. I would ride the 156. It is up to you, I could ride the 159 no problem. It is up to you my man. Have fun, Shred for your life.
Do the Burton 08 Cartles work with this...
Do the Burton 08 Cartles work with this board?
It depends, If the cartles you are getting are ICS/EST (infinant channel system) for burton boards, you cannot do it. But, if you don't have the channel, the regular bindings, you will be fine!
In 2008 the cartel was not made with EST. So yes, your Cartels will work perfectly with the Youngblood if you still have the four hole disc pattern. I know they came with two discs in the box if you purchased them new. If you do not have the burton multi disk then go to your local shop and pick up a pair. It should run you about $10 for the pair. Check out the pic to get an idea of the disk i'm talking about.