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Built for the parks and riders who inspire the guys who build it.

Gongs, cars, wild animals, and giant tubes bangin' out beats from both ends—the variety of crazy features in terrain parks these days requires creativity from both riders and snowboard companies. The Signal Park Series Snowboard is inspired by (and designed for) the mix of features and terrain as well as the style of the riders that shape freestyle snowboarding into what it is today.
  • Signal rider and rockstar Jake OE demanded his model have bats on the topsheet ... so it does
  • Tapered core is thicker between the binding mounting areas and thinner out to the tip and tail to create the super-soft, park-specific flex and low swing-weight
  • Alternating grain in the poplar wood core give the soft core strength and pop
  • Wide stance options give you more control and stability in spins and landings
  • Biaxial glass sheets on top and under wood core give it durability without adding stiffness
  • All sizes have clear windows to show off the wood core

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How would this work for a beginner boarder?...

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How would this work for a beginner boarder? If not this, which of your wide boards currently in stock under $300 would you recommend for a beginner?

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Yes, but probably not the most forgiving board in the world, rocker boards are a little bit more forgiving than camber. Also make sure its the right size for you... when the board is standing up it should be at least as tall as your chin, but not taller than the tip of your nose, as you progress, you will find smaller boards will be better for park and larger boards are aimed more at powder (for the most part). Everyone has their preferences. If your boot size is 12 or bigger then you should get a wide board, otherwise stick with a board that isn't wide. Almost every company makes both camber and rocker boards, or a combination of both. Hope this helps at least a little bit.

Yes, but probably not the most forgiving board in the world, rocker boards are a little bit more forgiving than camber. Also make sure its the right size for you... when the board is standing up it should be at least as tall as your chin, but not taller than the tip of your nose, as you progress, you will find smaller boards will be better for park and larger boards are aimed more at powder (for the most part). Everyone has their preferences. If your boot size is 12 or bigger then you should get a wide board, otherwise stick with a board that isn't wide. Almost every company makes both camber and rocker boards, or a combination of both.  Hope this helps at least a little bit.
1 5

disappointed

My son had this board for one month and it cracked in the nose and tail by the bindings. Sent it back to Signal and they said they would not cover it. Claimed it was the bindings not the board. My son rides Flux Super Emblems. Made in America does not mean much if you can't stand behind your product.

1 5

o no !

i snaped my jake series just doing a lip slide and i was in the senter a little to much where do i send it to get a new one

Ships to Canada, yes?

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Ships to Canada, yes?

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yah ey? haha Yes it does.

3 5

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this is a really good board i have the jake but it's a little to big for me to do presses on rails so i think they should make the jake like a 144

Hi,

I've just bought this board 154cm and...

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Hi,

I've just bought this board 154cm and Im 5'9" at 165lbs. Do you think it's too long for me for buttering and ground tricks? My stance is 54cm and it's really hard to make press on this board i need to use my muscles. Any tips what should i do to make this board more BUTTERable? :) thanks!

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Widen your stance maybe? Idk how this isn't BUTTERable, this board is a NOODLE!

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dude that board is way too big that would be good for like a powder board

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it goes by weight not height it's not to big its fine

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it goes by weight not height it's not to big its fine

Is this board so flexy that it doesnt have...

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Is this board so flexy that it doesnt have much pop? or does it still have decent amount of pop?

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hey man this board is only a soft-medium on a flex scale plus its a regular camber board making it quite poppy. hope i helped man

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just got it in the mail last weekend. its got pop for sure. simple sexy base graphics by signal as always.

5 5

sick ride

i got this with union cadet dlx bindings and its worth every pennies.
its so sick i rode it only 1 time and i love it already.

sick ride