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Put new blood into your riding.

Forum packed just about every freestyle-specific feature into the Youngblood Snowboard, so you get the ride of your life, every time. It’s no wonder pros like Jon Malmi and Stevie Bell count on this board for their video parts.

  • True twin shape lets you ride switch with ease
  • Beveled edges reduces the chance of a snag when you hit the rails
  • Swingers Club construction reduces swing weight for easier rotations
  • FGel Sidewall increases durability for urban sessions
  • Ultra-tough freebase gives you all the speed you need to hit huge gaps

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im 5.8 1/2 and 158 wich size should i...

im 5.8 1/2 and 158 wich size should i get
i ride a lot of park

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Hey my man, a great park size for you would be around a 52. You could run the 54 if you want to take some pow runs, but a 52 would be sick.

Check it here:http://www.dogfunk.com/snowboard/Forum-Youngblood-Chillydog-Snowboard/FRM0442M.html

I have a size 11 boot, would i get toe...

I have a size 11 boot, would i get toe drag with the youngblood 150 " waist?

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It would be wise for you to size up to the 154 or the 56. If you have a boot that has some sort of sizing down method then you may be all good though, for example all burton "park" boots and all Forum mens boots are built on a size smaller outsole. This means an 11 would actually be a 10 footprint. The Salomon F-20 is also pretty damn slimming, a 12 in that boot is almost the same size as a 10.5 in some companies. So if you have a "slimming" boot then no, toe drag is not a problem. If not, then run the 154 and duck your stance out.

so is this the same thing as the ...

so is this the same thing as the chillydog?
reverse camber?

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No, this youngblood is camber. The chillydog version is sold out. This deck is really fun you'll be stoked

forum youngblood or burton blunt? i ride...

forum youngblood or burton blunt? i ride all jibs and rails and loveeee to press a box still undecided help!

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Run the Youngblood for sure. This deck kills it. Out of the box its ready to press. The beveled edges are rail friendly(but I still take mine all the way off). Legit pressing , as well as jumping. It is a great park board and jib deck.

Ok I'm about 5'7 and 110 lbs. what size...

Ok I'm about 5'7 and 110 lbs. what size should i most likely go with?

I love the way the board rides but when i...

I love the way the board rides but when i got home after the first day of riding with it noticed the top sheet was cracked.... hoping my warranty should cover that right?

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If it is straight up cracked, then yes it would be under warranty. Call forum up for sure.

does this board got good flew?

does this board got good flew?

i have a question
BTw this board his sick...

i have a question
BTw this board his sick ass !
but i dont get y u guys have a picture of 3 diffrent picture of the bottom of the board??
does it mean it changes collors when it touches snow or does it mean when we buy one we get one radomly??

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No it does not change color. The base is a Di-cut, These means that they use different colors on the base to save money. This is how all Di-cut bases are. It is kind of like a lottery, one in three chances.

i have a question
BTw this board his sick...

i have a question
BTw this board his sick ass !
but i dont get y u guys have a picture of 3 diffrent picture of the bottom of the board??
does it mean it changes collors when it touches snow or does it mean when we buy one we get one radomly??

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No it does not change color. The base is a Di-cut, These means that they use different colors on the base to save money. This is how all Di-cut bases are. It is kind of like a lottery, one in three chances.

i have a question
BTw this board his sick...

i have a question
BTw this board his sick ass !
but i dont get y u guys have a picture of 3 diffrent picture of the bottom of the board??
does it mean it changes collors when it touches snow or does it mean when we buy one we get one radomly??

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No it does not change color. The base is a Di-cut, These means that they use different colors on the base to save money. This is how all Di-cut bases are. It is kind of like a lottery, one in three chances.

Ok well let me repharse then if someone...

Ok well let me repharse then if someone is paying the same amount of money why would anyone get the regular camber vs getting the chillydog for the same price? What rider or why get the regular camber for the same price vs the chillydog?

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I love camber. I feel it responds better than reverse camber. I like the snap it gives me when coming out of nose press or landing in the back seat. On the other hand my co-worker will only ride reverse camber, he says he can feel no difference between the two boards. Different folks different strokes. The same materials are used in each board, the only difference is the core shape. That is why they are the same price.

Is there a really huge difference between...

Is there a really huge difference between the Youngblood and the Youngblood Chillydog? For what reasons should a rider get one board vs the other what are the differences between these boards?

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Chillydog is reverse camber. Youngblood is camber. It all depends on the riders wants. Chillydog is going to be a little easier to ride, more forgiving and looser feel. The camber is going to have the traditional flex of a camber board.

i'm 5'11 165 and size 13 boots should i...

i'm 5'11 165 and size 13 boots should i go for the 156 or 159 for park and a little down hill and should i go with a wide thanks

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Get the wide for sure, the 156w would be perfect for you. Wide boards or for anyone boot size 11 and up. This board is tight, you will be stoked.

Based on what I asked and said before what...

Based on what I asked and said before what would be better for me the regular youngblood or the youngblood chillydog or is it just based on personal preference

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Personal preference, camber or reverse camber, it is up to you. Chillidog is going to be a looser feel of a board, way fun on jibs and boxes, it will be good for your size jumps as well. Either is a great choice though. I ride chillidog and love it. I also like camber.

Hey I wanna get this board but im not to...

Hey I wanna get this board but im not to sure if its right for me. I hit about 20ft jumps and im beginning to do rails. I also just hit some runs sometimes. Lastly im still growing im about 5ft5 I want this borad to last me a couple seasons. But like i said above I still ride runs so should I go with a 148 or 152 right now im using a 145.

Best Answer Responded on

If you know for sure you are growing, i would get a little bit bigger of a board so you can still ride it next year. This board is great for getting used to rails and jumps. Super durable and a great shape will allow you to learn what ever tricks you want to. Have fun with this.

How do you know what the bottom of the...

How do you know what the bottom of the board is going to look like? there is three

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They are random. We don't even know what we are going to get when we order them from Forum. "It's like a box of chocolates, you never know what your going to get"

thanks for advise, i saw the movie Forever...

thanks for advise, i saw the movie Forever Forum where two guys making really big jumps whit this board, what you can say about this?

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I can't remember who those kids are off the top of my head, but i think one of them was Daniel Ek, the kid weights about 65 kilos, which is about 140 lb, that is super light. If you want to hit those kinds of jumps then go a head. It is made for the street, but jump on it if that is your hearts desire . It is still a legit board and i know you will be stoked to have it.

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my weight is 62 kilos, and I'm makink 30-40 fit jumps, so I think this board wil be good for me

is it good for big air's?

is it good for big air's?

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It is a rather soft board so you may want to consider something stiffer for "big airs"

Best Answer Responded on

It depends on how big you are talking. 70 foot jumps? go with the destroyer, 20-30 feet jumps, it will handle. You should know that this is a rail board, not made for "Super Big Airs"

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Predicability

The Youngblood is a great predictable park/street board. A true twin with a predicable flex time and time again. The "swinger's Club" means that the tip and the tail have been machine cored to help keep your tips up in powder and stop you from over rotating. The FGel that is injected into the sidewall that is visible so you know its there, giving you that little extra cushion in hard landings.

Predicability
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Predicability

The Youngblood is a great predictable park/street board. A true twin with a predicable flex time and time again. The "swinger's Club" means that the tip and the tail have been machine cored to help keep your tips up in powder and stop you from over rotating. The FGel that is injected into the sidewall that is visible so you know its there, giving you that little extra cushion in hard landings.

Predicability