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Ride everything from sidecountry lines to springtime slush 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 for resort riding or backcountry booter sessions. The directional twin shape smooths out switch takeoffs and landings, while the CamRock hybrid-camber shape balances a 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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You guys know if you're getting the 2013...

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You guys know if you're getting the 2013 model? Please tell me you are.

5 5

love it!

I just bought this board in a 59 as my powder board. This board rips in pow and its twin shape is ideal for spinning off stuff and landing switch. For people that don't care about that, you'll still dig this board, it rips! It does not feel like I have a 159 under me while riding, rides like a shorter board. So outside of the pow this board is still a blast. It's fairly soft for a pow board which makes it fun everywhere else on the mountain. The camrock technology is spot of for giving the edge hold you need while still giving you a loose catch free ride. For someone looking for a great one board quiver or a sick pow stick, this is your board.

5 5

I LOVE this board, you will too.

The Jones MT is my third board: before her I had an old hand-me-down cambered Nitro. Next was a Burton Custom Rocker 162. At first I HATED the rocker, was sloshing all over the place. I got used to rocker, but found myself going back to the old camber board when the snow was hard and icy.
Enter the Mountain Twin. My MT arrived 2 days before Wolf Creek's incredible-early opening this year. I was there, and this board MADE me love her from the first run. It is way more stable than my Burton at high speed, it holds an edge like a cambered board when you want it to, but you can still play around on it. I have 30 days on it now, and it excels at everything I want to do (which is NOT park laps).
I did have a rough time on one outing to WC during one of their 4 foot storms. Submarine, back leg burn, it was just such deep powder that those long flat Wolf Creek run-outs were miserable. Having just now read the other reviews, it's obvious I should have just set back my bindings that trip.
The printing on the top sheet is starting to rub off but the board has some miles on her, also a bit scratched from being tossed in the back of the minivan with the kids' skis.
So, unless you're trying to ride in bottomless powder or you want a wet noodle for the park, this board is all you will need. I'm not looking to get divorced so I just own one board at a time. The MT is it, I absolutely made the right choice. (OK, so maybe I'm thinking of getting a powder stick for those 2 or 3 days each season, just don't tell the wife).

Mountain Twin ripping

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my first day on this board last season, I put it to the test a little

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sorry about the lame song...

5 5

It rips!

One of the better "All Mountain" boards out there.
The Good: Mellow Mag, nice blend of edge control with out biting on real ice while offering enough to still feel in control of the board. The softer nose and tail make charging crude a breeze while still having plenty of pop and float. Very stable at high speed on groomers too.
The Bad: With out full rocker it did submarine a few times in our PNW wet and heavy powder. Slight stance set back and good to go though!
Overall I would suggest this board to any, from beginners to expert. Perfect balance of control and playfulness. Check video for it in action.

5 5

Awesome Board!

This board was like a perfect pair of jeans. The first run I was poppin airs, riding switch, and laying down carves like I had owned this thing for 10 years!

Jones' photos do no justice. This board is much nicer in person. IMO it surpasses the work of art image that Arbor has for it's boards. I read that the workmanship was slack on these, but not true for mine. This board is as near perfect, or better than any Lib, Burton off the line.

As for the performance, it is spot on (Only 3 days so far.) I went from a cambered board to a c2 Lib, and reverse camber underfoot just wasn't very stable at speed. The Jones Camrock is absolutely the best hybrid design. Stable at speed and quick turning when you need it. The nose should be great for pow. The mellow magnetraction is very slight. The center of the board has an obvious bump, and the 2 points lust outside the inserts are more like slight arcs. The Lib mag scrubs speed, but the Jones is awesome. Holds an edge without gripping too much.

This board also has a high end fast sintered base, not the cheap extruded base that most boards have.

Awesome Board!
Awesome Board!

Awesome Board!

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This board was like a perfect pair of jeans. The first run I was poppin airs, riding switch, and laying down carves like I had owned this thing for 10 years!

Jones' photos do no justice. This board is much nicer in person. IMO it surpasses the work of art image that Arbor has for it's boards. I read that the workmanship was slack on these, but not true for mine. This board is as near perfect, or better than any Lib, Burton off the line.

As for the performance, it is spot on (Only 3 days so far.) I went from a cambered board to a c2 Lib, and reverse camber underfoot just wasn't very stable at speed. The Jones Camrock is absolutely the best hybrid design. Stable at speed and quick turning when you need it. The nose should be great for pow. The mellow magnetraction is very slight. The center of the board has an obvious bump, and the 2 points lust outside the inserts are more like slight arcs. The Lib mag scrubs speed, but the Jones is awesome. Holds an edge without gripping too much.

This board also has a high end fast sintered base, not the cheap extruded base that most boards have.

Mtn Twin w/ Union Force Bindings

Mtn Twin w/ Union Force Bindings

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This is my setup, and it's incredible. The Jones handles great in powder, carving, and on jumps. Everything I need in a board, the Mtn Twin does and it does it well. Also, the graphics look sick and I love the film topsheet as you can see the wood core. Great board!

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How does this board flex compared to c2 boards? Is it stiffer than a TRS..as stiff as the T.Rice? Also, how durable is the topsheet? It looks like the board in the pic you posted fell off a roof rack.

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I've never had the TRS so I wouldn't know about the flex level in comparison, but it's pretty stiff, not too much flex and a lot of pop.
And the topsheet gets these little discolorations in the topsheet where it hits something but don't worry, those aren't actual chips out of it. Although it holds up well and I haven't had any really bad gouges on the film, it's probably less durable than a traditional topsheet.

5 5

Love it.

This is a great all mountain ripper in my opinion. I have 13 days on this thing and is never has disappointed me. The snow conditions in Summit County have been less than ideal so far and thing works well in the icy hard pack. It's super stable...camrock just works for me. I like the feel modified magnetraction compared to Lib/GNU or Rossi. I know because I've had all three and mellow mag is way better. It doesn't get too grabby and track like full mag can do, yet I'm always confident in my edge control. The only thing that might be better is Arbor's grip tech. Pop is good for natural hits. I had an Never Summer Proto CT originally but I sent it back. That board was way too loose and didn't grip well for me.

Buy this board, you won't regret it. It handles steeps and speed well...I can't wait to take it out is some pow. My only gripe is that the top sheet glassing has dimple imperfections. I've seen this in almost every AMT.

On another note...Backcountry needs to carry YES. I like Nidecker's builds. YES would give some more selection on shapes with mellow mag and camrock.

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Do you know how the Mtn Twin flexes compared to a Lib? (TRS, T.Rice, or GNU-RidersChoice?) I just happen to be familiar with those boards...

I ride a Lib c2 right now and feel that my old cambered board has more stability. I like the floatability, but don't like balancing on the belly of the board. The Jones hybrid camber is the opposite of what everyone is doing, by putting the camber back underfoot, but does the shortened camber decrease stability..?

Basically, will I feel more stable on the Jones, and still be able to hit some park laps.

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I have a 155 and in my opinion its a medium flexing board that's a bit more on the softer side of medium in the nose and tail. It's softer than my Rossi One Magtek which I sold to buy this one. Will it be more stable than a camber board?? Probably not. It's I feel I have good control at the speeds I ride on blues and black but I'm not a super speed freak. I prefer to carve some good turns than just straight line bomb a run.

You'll be able to hit jumps just fine with this board but I really don't think it's the best on rails. I have another board I ride in the park. That's my two cents...hope it helped.

Is there anywhere to Demo Jones Snowboards...

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Is there anywhere to Demo Jones Snowboards in or around Vail?

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Hey Soren, same answer, I would check the dealers in CO that carry Jones', doesn't look like Jones' boards are doing to many demos this year...