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Step on the Forum Youngblood Chillydog Snowboard and experience the funky-fresh flow of Chillydog Rocker w/Pop for yourself. This board shape combined with all the other park-specific tech will keep your head spinning all day long.

  • Chillydog with Pop has all the stability, predictability, and forgiving feel of Forum’s continuous rocker with the added boost of Pop zones just outside of your stance—let the huge ollies flow like water
  • Gnar core uses high-grade aspen for maximum strength without the expected weight. Constructed with Forum’s Grainbelt method, the core gets 10 times the normal compression strength of a normal core—this means you don’t have to hold back because you’re worried about snapping your deck
  • Freebase material ensures you have enough speed to get super high, is easy to wax, and handles abuse that would have other base materials committed to a psych ward
  • Biaxial laminates crisscross at 90 degree angles to give you a silky-smooth and forgiving flex—sexy, sexy, science
  • Swingers Club tip and tail design shaves weight, allows for easier spins, and better float in the deepness
  • Beveled edges show up tuned to your kinky desires-you’ll have to try hard to catch an edge

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I know the board is good for the park, but...

I know the board is good for the park, but how does it handle in pow, and groomed runs?

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according to past reviews, this board can handle any terrain you put it in. whether it'd be trees or powder, it'll work out. As far as speed goes, some say it's incredibly stable, others not. So I guess if you're good at high speeds, this board is good at high speeds.

im about 5'10 and 170ish pounds would 156...

im about 5'10 and 170ish pounds would 156 be a good length? Even if i want to mostly focus on park? im worried it might be a bit too big

I'm 5 feet 9 inches and 125 lbs. I'm in...

I'm 5 feet 9 inches and 125 lbs. I'm in the park 90% of the time and do small-medium jumps and jibb a lot. Also I wear a 10.5 in boots but will probably be getting 11's this season. What size board do you think is right for me? I was think the 152 but would I need a wide? I use a duck foot stance at +15/-15 if that helps.

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you may want a wide. but a 152 is perfect

Im 5' 9" and 145 lbs what size board do u...

Im 5' 9" and 145 lbs what size board do u recommend if i mainly jibb but do a couple jumps?

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Probably 152-154 but some people like them shorter and some like them longer.
152 would be fine if you aren't growing and easier for jibs than the 154, but stable enough for jumps, but since it is on the softer side, it may not hold up to high speeds as well as the 154, but you said you were mainly doing jibs, so it should be fine for what you want.

I wouldn't recommend the 156 at 145lbs unless you were doing boarder cross or wanted to go really fast.

I'm 6'1, weight 170 and shoe size 11-11.5,...

I'm 6'1, weight 170 and shoe size 11-11.5, should I get the 154 or 156?

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With a Size 11 shoe you are going to want to look for a Wide board. It is going to make your time on the hill that much more fun. Toe Drag = Danger. No one likes to catch an edge. If you upgrade to a Wide board you will have a million more times fun on the hill.. As for Size it's really just preference. This board is made in a wide 154 and 156.

For the youngblood when will the 151's be...

For the youngblood when will the 151's be available?

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Hey Austin,

It came in a 152cm, not 151. We won't be getting anymore inventory on our snowboards until mid-August.

just started riding park. would you recommend...

just started riding park. would you recommend this board to a beginner who wants to focus on park?

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Yeah, this is a great park board that is very forgiving for beginners.

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This is your board. Go from the fun Box to the biggest Jump in the park. After you ride this board everyone will know your name. This board comes fully loaded with a bag full of tricks. #1 rule have fun and enjoy the shred.

I have a question about this board, in...

I have a question about this board, in comparison to the neversummer Evo. I know they're both pretty flexible boards but i'm looking into which is better for the money.

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Both are great boards. I cannot speak much for the EVO, but I have spent some good-time on this Young Blood and it is wicked fun! A great board for the money that is flexible yet responsive when need-be. The chilly dog rocker is really fun to ride... front-board like it ain't no thang!

So i have the new Burton Mission bindings,...

So i have the new Burton Mission bindings, (non EST), and i was wondering if they will fit on this board?

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Yes, any new Burton bindings come with two sets of plates and and easy how to setup guide. Just use the plates designed for the 4 hole pattern which is what the Forum Chillydog will have

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Perfect for me

I have been riding this board for the past two weeks and love it. I am 5'9'' 170 and ride the 154, it handles my weight and is stable at speeds. Powder has kept me out of the park and this board can handle any terrain I have rode so far.

im stuck between the youngblood and the...

im stuck between the youngblood and the manual. I go to North carolina mostly so its pretty icy, i go to the park a lot, i dont like rails to much though, more for jumping small to medium kickers. What do you think? im 5'8 and 128 pounds

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Youngblood is the best board. The Manual is pretty soft and the youngblood holds an edge better than the manual.

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please help

I have size 12 boots and i was wondering if it would still be ok if i bought the 156?

youngblood or scallywag?
im 6'0 150lbs and...

youngblood or scallywag?
im 6'0 150lbs and i spend 70 percent of my time at the park. im a jibster and currently ride a burton hero 154 which isnt cutting it.. what size should i get???

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152 for sure it will fit you perfectly it will be nice and buttery for your jibbing and still be able to take it off smaller jump like 20- 40 feet, any bigger and it might get a little unstable and you could have trouble holding an edge on the bigger jumps... hope that helped

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I would stick to the 154. This will be small enough to jib on and big enough when you want to take it through the trees. You could run the 152 but I think the 154 would be a better bet.

I need so advice, would it be smart to...

I need so advice, would it be smart to detune this board? I will use mostly for park, hitting rails, boxes and kickers, and doing some buttering.

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For sure, I take the edges off my park boards. New edges do not go well with Rails. Just know you will be a bit sketchy on super ice days.

Is the 2010 Burton Dominant better?

Is the 2010 Burton Dominant better?

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I would go with the youngblood. This board is legit, the core is super strong and durable. It withstands direct impacts, and rides really well. The continuous rocker offers a predictable ride every time you get on it. You will not be disappointed at all.

I want a park board and im about equal on...

I want a park board and im about equal on rails and jumps.I do them both and i was wondering if you think this board 148 or the 2010 Burton Dominant 146 would be better for me?

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This board is legit, you would be stoked on this board for sure. The 152 is the smallest size left in this but how much do you weigh. If you are around 140 to 160 you could run the 152

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Im 5ft3 101lbs and i wood have to run the 148 but my question was if you wood recomend this board or the 2010 burton Dominant for park i do smaller jumps and i want a flexabile board for presses

2011 youngblood

2011 youngblood

Since I bought this board, ive covered over 30,000 vertical feet with it; and ive been able to do things, ive never been able to do on a snowboard before. The flexibility on this board is outrageous, and it has such a nice edge that it just carves into the mountain, making it dam near to catch an edge doing anything! This board handles incredibly in the park too; so much more height and control off jumps.

Im saving up for the Forum shaka bindings next.

i'm a solid park level rider looking for...

i'm a solid park level rider looking for a good park board that has good flex for jibbing but also will give me good stability for jumps. would you suggest this board or go up a step with the forum destroyer?

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The destroyer is going to have the same rocker shape, but it has a better shape in the tip and tail that doesn't effect the performance of the board it just looks better. Anyway, the destroyer has carbon stringers in the tip and the tail to give you a bit more snap, and it has a nicer core and base. But both at great boards and will perform really well.

I am 5 ft3 and 101 lbs. Would the 148 be...

I am 5 ft3 and 101 lbs. Would the 148 be an ok board for me.Also is it good for presses.I want a board that is stiff enough for jumps but is still flexabile enough for pressing. Have any suggestions on other boards that wood be for me. Please get back to me

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For sure it would be ok for you. Run it, this board is really fun. You will be stoke on it.

im 5' 8" (176 cm) and im around 160-170...

im 5' 8" (176 cm) and im around 160-170 lbs/pounds (70-80kg) and have freaksly small feet 7.5 men and i cant decide witch size to buy forum youndblood 148 or 152..

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152 if you like smaller boards or the 154. i'm 170 and run the 154, it works really well for me in the park.

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im much freestyle/park person little bit of pow and park.