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Ride everything from sidecountry lines to springtime slush laps with speed and style.

If your idea of a terrain park involves natural gullies, windlips, rollers, and pillow lines, the Jones Mountain Twin Snowboard is your new all-mountain freestyle machine. The directional twin shape smooths out switch takeoffs and landings, while the CamRock hybrid-camber shape balances rocker's floaty, forgiving feel with plenty of control and pop between your feet.
  • CamRock hybrid-camber shape uses an equally rockered tip and tail with mellow camber between the bindings for a playful yet controllable ride
  • Modified Magne-Traction edges add five contact points - mellower near the tip/tail for finessing turns, and more exaggerated between the bindings for powerful grip
  • Thin film topsheet replaces traditional plastic for less weight and environmental impact
  • Carbon-infused sintered base is incredibly fast, and partially recycled for extra eco-friendliness

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5 5

Amazing Stick

Simply amazing stick!! The first time out, it felt I had been riding it forever. It did everything I asked, and I had instant confidence in it. The Mountain Twin has the hybrid rocker camber combination that most makers have put into their lines this year. Made famous in 2009/10 by the Rossi Angus, the technology just works. The rocker tips float in pow, and the traditional camber helps you enter and hold a line in the turns. What does this board have over the other rocker \camber boards: it's a true twin, and it has the Jones’ version of Mervin’s Magnetraction. Rather than pronounced bumps, this board has what looks more like little waves. A nice compromise, these subtle little waves give you that little bit extra when cutting through the ice or maneuvering crud. The see-through top sheet and limited graphics are awesome, and the board rides as good as it looks. If you are fortunate enough to find one, buy it quick.....

2 5

VerY UnHappY

WoW... I called & called on deciding between this board and a Rossignol Angus Board. Every one recommended the Jones Board because of all the hype this board had. I followed the advice & got this board on Tuesday & already the top sheet is peeling. What JUNK! It also isn't that great of a ride.. The NOSE sinks in real easy on powder. So you gotta really lean back on it if you want it to stay afloat... the ride was pretty hard to push around. I have never ridden a Magne Traction board but if this is what it feels like NO WAY they could keep it. I'll try Mervins magne-traction later.. but I WILL STAY AWAY FROM THESE JONES BOARD.. I'll be returning this today which is Friday!! WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT!!!

5 5

All mountain magic

When I want to trade off between doing laps on the jump line, searching for smooth steeps, and sniffing out left over pow stashes I grab my Mountain Twin. The rockered tip and tail stay evenly afloat riding regular or switch and the camber and Mellow Magne-Traction combination keeps me confident on edge. The go anywhere maneuverability of the Mountain Twin make it my easy all-day choice from first chair to the afternoon backcountry powder lap.

All mountain magic
5 5

Fun!

Took this board out to Snowbird yesterday - and it was fun! I have had my eye on this board for a while because I prefer this camber profile and wanted mag (I currently have a Gnu with c2btx and a Prior AMF split which has the same camber profile as the Jones - I love the prior but always wished it had mag - The Jones is my ideal board). My only concern with this one was whether it would be as stiff as I wanted. Turns out it's not that stiff (I would agree with the medium flex designation). But what it lacks in stiffness it makes up for in fun. This thing is as poppy as a rocker board is going to get. It butters like a dream. Spins like it was made to do it. It is pretty forgiving. Turn initiation is a breeze. The base is FAST! The board is light (threw some Burton C60s on it). There really isn't any adjustment period with this board - I threw it on and threw it down the first run. Will probably have to bust out a stiffer ride for the big lines. But this is a great all mountain jib board!

I would say the board description on the Jones website and here will give you an accurate idea of what to expect.

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5 5

Fun!

Took this board out to Snowbird yesterday - and it was fun! I have had my eye on this board for a while because I prefer this camber profile and wanted mag (I currently have a Gnu with c2btx and a Prior AMF split which has the same camber profile as the Jones - I love the prior but always wished it had mag - The Jones is my ideal board). My only concern with this one was whether it would be as stiff as I wanted. Turns out it's not that stiff (I would agree with the medium flex designation). But what it lacks in stiffness it makes up for in fun. This thing is as poppy as a rocker board is going to get. It butters like a dream. Spins like it was made to do it. It is pretty forgiving. Turn initiation is a breeze. The base is FAST! The board is light (threw some Burton C60s on it). There really isn't any adjustment period with this board - I threw it on and threw it down the first run. Will probably have to bust out a stiffer ride for the big lines. But this is a great all mountain jib board!

I would say the board description on the Jones website and here will give you an accurate idea of what to expect.

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I've had about 5 days on this board now. I did notice that the nose sunk a little in the pow if I wasn't going very fast. I haven't found that you have to lean way back... It seems to ride similar to most reverse camber boards in pow. I still think this board is super fun. It also seems to respond better the more aggressively you ride it.

I have noticed that the topsheet scratches easily. But no peeling or construction issues.

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When I got this board I pushed it around just like any other board I get or have. I want to make sure I'm gonna like it. The conditions we currently have are amazing here in SLC... powder for days etc. The more aggressive I rode this board the more unstable it felt.