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5 5

The PYL is a confidence builder and a big mountain staple. The slightly tapered shape destroys the deeps and steeps. Rocker in the nose and tail gives the board a very effortless spin initiation.Love the ash wood top sheet. Not only does it look sick it absorb's allot of chatter.

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5 5

This board has revamped my love for snowboarding. The surface area in the nose make you crush snow like Kelly Slater in the white water. Having such a long rocker and flat profile makes this bad boy easy to loft off it's edge. It spins amazing as well just dip that shoulder and wahooo 420, I mean 540.

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5 5

The new underbite Basic is second to no one. The cam rock is super fun and the new shape is a freestylers ice axe. Underbite gives the board tons of grip driving power into your contact points. Making it a super fun board to take out of the park as well.

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5 5

This is the freestylers textbook freestyle board. The camrock gives you stability and pop under foot and between your legs. The rocker in the nose and tail give it great float and spin initiation. What more could you ask for. Rocks

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5 5

This board is a great introduction to the line. It is a true locals board that will provide you with a ton of pop and last. The new foil in the sidewall absorbs all the harsh landings from big jumps. The directional volume twin is a quiver killer for a freestyle dude because it still has mad float in pow.

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5 5

Well they read my mind when making this asym a little softer for this season. This cam rock is a killer. It really balances out that natural indifference and makes you ride switch like a boss.

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5 5

Wow, What a concept dual camber. This thing is a aggressive freestylers ticket to landing in the saddle. The pivot spot between your feet enables you to transition from the mellow sidecut in the front end to a tighter sidecut in the back designed to punish turns.
Super crisp edge to edge.

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5 5

This board is a freestyle weapon. The camber between your feet gives stability and the racker profile makes things very buttery. The spin initiation is effortless due to the fact these guys put less material in the nose and tail. Great ollie power with the addition of carbon stringers. Killer thanks GiGi

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5 5

If you like to hit rails and jumps than the Paxon should be your board. The reactive flex rocks when your mocking down the hill giving you edge grip. When you pop this board up into a rail it concaves giving you less hang-ups. Awesome, I like to say it works in your favor in any scenario. Wow

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5 5

The Brainstorm rocks. This board is what I like to call a Quiver killer.
Set back a hair on the sidecut and the long rocker make this board crush powder. It performs amazing in the park as well due to the camber under foot and carbon inlay. I love the shape as well.The nose and tail shapes help lock in those grabs.

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5 5

The select is a all mountain freestyle binder that takes the cake. The new softer fiberglass reinforced chassis system is so comfortable. When it comes to fine tuning the fit Now has thing's on lock. They give 3 types of urethane to uniquely customize the response of the chassis.I like to run a harder durometer on the outside to give a cant like feel. With the skate chassis system you are guaranteed a longer day on the hill. You won't be putting as much energy into the toe/heel. Giving you more energy for that last run. The new high back is a perfect fit for this binding offering a little more support for those big tricks.The halfback is a great add on as it rules in the streets and rocks the pow like Kelly Slater.

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5 5

I have been on Now since day one and the new Chassis is awesome. They used to run a aluminum disc under foot and now its a fiberglass reinforced plastic. This gives the binding a softer flex and really differentiates the IPO from the Drive. If you are lapping the park and hitting jumps you will love the free flex high backs. They never seem to get in the way yet the offer great support. Skate tech is amazing !! this design enables you to put less energy into your toe /heal. Gives you more energy to crank out tricks with your crew. I like to call them the rocker of the binding world. Technology that makes snowboarding easier..

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5 5

This binding is a all mountain freestylers ticket to a longer day on the hill. With the skate chassis and the new calfback highback your putting very little energy to achieve a amazing toe to heel response. I love the added extra eva under my feet to absorb those big harsh landings you encounter while jumping around the mountain.This chassis system has a little quicker toe to heal due to the aluminum disc under foot. I have rocked it without the highbacks on a pow day and was amazed on how i still had a strong heelside grip because of the high heelcup. Awesome!!

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5 5

The Mnt Twin is a board that kills the hill and the park. The nose has a little more rocker giving it a directional feel in the deep stuff. When it comes to jumps and rails the profile is very forgiving. You can butter this thing for days. Made me wanna jib some stuff with that killer blunt nose.

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5 5

Wow,
I have the 156 and I'm 190lbs this profile is almost impossible to go over the handle bars. The bevel in the tail gives the board a great release on hard pack. This is not just a pow board, it rails on the crud. The bamboo gives it a lot of dampening from tip to tail. Timeless shape I will always enjoy. Amazing float!!

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5 5

The Solution is the board that will get you to those turns you will never forget. Then when you get out there build a jump and land some bangers. With the mellow mag on the inner ski the board has a great lockup, almost like a puzzle.This board really shines around the resort as well for jumping out the side country.

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5 5

This board is a game changer...With the nose and tail being so light it will take your spins to that extra 180 or 360 your looking for. The Camber profile crushes pipe and has a great spin release with the bevel off the contact points. The pop you get out of this board is amazing. With the super light profile makes you feel like you can ollie a dump truck.

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5 5

I was able to take this board for a demo and it opened doors I did not know existed. I'm very familiar with my regular Flagship so this was quite the treat. It had a quicker toe to heal transfer which was a delight. It seemed you didn't need to put as much energy into your turns. When it got in some crud it left trenches. Super fun all Mountain shape is timeless and amazing in the powder.

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5 5

If you like to charge the hill and maybe send some big cliffs then the Flagship has got your back.The ash wood top sheet provides superior dampening and a real consistent front to back flex. The carbon fiber in the nose keeps down vibrations and provides a lot of acceleration in and out of your turns. When it comes to riding trees and technical terrain Jones has things on lock. I downsized three two five cm on this board due to its amazing float. If your looking for a board you won't have to switch out or change your stance all winter this is it.

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5 5

Wow they did it again. Jones Hovercraft is a board that will get you to those turns you will never forget. The wide blunt nose enables you to downsize and enjoy the float of boards that are almost 10cm larger. When your cruising the frontside groomers with the fam it still has a great turn initiation and release. The mellow mag has great grip on the blue /black ice. I got a buddy who rocks this board with hard boots and shaves his beard every morning laying it down no kidding..All I can say is don't pigeon hole the bamboo beautiful quiver killer a pow board. It rails and will take everything you can throw at it.

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