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Jibby goodness that's not afraid to leave the park.

Johnnie Paxson is known for his skills in the streets, but he always slays it no matter what he's riding. That's why his Slash Paxson Snowboard has a jib-focused design that can hold its own anywhere on the mountain. It has a flat profile that's playful for rail riding, but stable at high speeds and on big landings; Ultimate Traction Bumps help maintain edge hold on steeps and in icy conditions. It also features a Reactive Flex fiberglass layup, which allows the board to flex from edge-to-edge for a concave shape while sliding rails in order to reduce hangups.

  • Neutral camber is flat for a playful, yet stable ride
  • Reactive flex biax glass layup makes the board flex across the width, which lifts the edges while boardsliding to reduce hangups
  • Pop core is made from beech and poplar with ash in the tip and tail for a lively and responsive feel that's still flexible for jibbing
  • Ultimate Traction Bumps positions five bumps along the effective edge for grip in icy conditions
  • True twin shape for easy switch tricks
  • Diamond Finnish base is durable and fast
  • Tip Protectors metal wrapped tip and tail for durability
  • Inverse cut tip and tail reduces swing weight and makes for easy grabs

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3 5

eh...

This was my first time riding a full on neutral cambered board and it was a bit weird, almost harder to initiate turns. However, it did have real nice pop, sweet shape/graphics, and once I got a bit more used to it was a pretty fun ride. The biggest downfall though was the weight. This thing was extremely heavy in my opinion. I also have a 156 Yes Jackpot and was riding this board in a 156. This board was way heavier than the Yes board with the same bindings on it. Anyways, kept the Yes and sent this back.

3 5

Eh...

This was my first time riding a full on neutral cambered board and it was a bit weird, almost harder to initiate turns. However, it did have real nice pop, sweet shape/graphics, and once I got a bit more used to it was a pretty fun ride. The biggest downfall though was the weight. This thing was extremely heavy in my opinion. I also have a 156 Yes Jackpot and was riding this board in a 156. This board was way heavier than the Yes board with the same bindings on it. Anyways, kept the Yes and sent this back.

will a size 10.5 boot with large bindings...

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will a size 10.5 boot with large bindings work on this board? Im looking at sizes 156 and 154

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You should be good with either of those; I have 11.5 foot and usually try and find a 253 width or wider deck. With a 10.5 you should be alright on the 154 and for sure good with the 156.