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A true park weapon.

Hit the park hard with the Signal Flat Park Snowboard. Zero camber forgives on landing but still lets you carve hard when you need to. Signal lightened up the tip and tail to make the Flat Park easy to spin and the ultra-beefy construction lets you shred the park and the urban jungle without having to worry about snapping your stick.
  • Super durable Magnum ABS sidewalls
  • Fast, durable sintered bases on all models
  • Park Profile core, which is thinner on the nose and tail but has a standard thickness between your feet for low spin weight and added responsiveness
  • The alternating grain structure of the Poplar core for maximum strength and added pop
  • Biaxial glass gives the Park its soft tip to tail flex
  • Nylon 8210 top material provides a softer torsion flex
  • Carbon stringers from tip to tail for added pop and strength

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it looks really good I must say. It is very light, but it seems to be pretty rigid. Haven't tried it out unfortunately (since its not winter yet -.-) but overall good price and quality.

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From the picture it looks like this board...

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From the picture it looks like this board would glow on the snow? Would it?

i know signals have been rumored to be the...

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i know signals have been rumored to be the same structure as capitas, if so what capita does this replicate ?

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Hey,

The only reason it is similar is because it is flat camber. A lot of companies are doing flat camber though. Capita has several boards using "FK" or flat kick rocker.

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warranty on this bad boy?

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warranty on this bad boy?