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A soft flex makes the true twintip Santa Cruz Jon Kooley TT Pro Snowboard a blast to ride. Everyone from progressing riders to advanced aerial artists will enjoy this Transworld Snowboarding '08 award winner. Santa Cruz used its Bi-O-Metric construction on the Jon Cooley Snowboard, which means this snowboard has no true tip or tail, just a heelside edge (marked with a foil stamp) that has a deeper sidecut. This sidecut gives you a better, tighter heelside turn with less effort, and you can ride switch without your board feeling different. Comply sidewalls provide increased dampening for stomping big airs and great edge hold for carving icy park walls. Jon Kooley tops off his signature board with disturbing cartoon-like graphics. *We can't control which base color you'll get, but we're sure you'll be psyched.

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Is this a neon bottom board?

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Holy Kooley this thing is fun! The tt sidecut on the Kooley is sooooo good for park and pipe it's not even funny! Everyone rides duck in the park these days which means that you have different toe and heelside edge pressure on your board when you ride, the Santa Cruz sidecut is the only one on the market made to compensate for this! I thought that heelside turns, jumps (esp. spins and backside walls in the pipe) and landings were much easier on this board than anything that I have ever ridden in the last 14 years. Add that to the shock-absorbing sidewalls and the golfball-like dimpled base that makes you go faster in slushy and changing snow conditions and now I don't ever want to ride anything else in the park!