Dependable performance that won't leave you in the poor house.
Do you find yourself couch-surfing from one resort to another? Does your favorite meal consist of free hotel continental breakfasts, especially ones that you've poached? We didn't want to come out and say it, but you just may be a bona fide shred bum. (It's alright, admitting you have a problem is the first step.) Save yourself even more moola this season and pick up the Stepchild Dirtbag Snowboard for dependable performance that won’t break the bank. A true twin shape and flat profile provide a skate-like feel often found on pricier, high-end decks without sacrificing dependability needed by hardcore, 100-day-a-year riders.
Incorporating a loose, skate-like feel and poppy flex for terrain park junkies, the Armorcore is coupled with biax fiberglass for a highly flexible ride. Although playing in the park is a fun way to spend an afternoon on the slopes, this board is equipped with a flat camber profile for increased control and stability when you're bombing down cruisers or catching air off natural hits. Armadillo plates reinforce breakage-prone binding zones when crushing huge landings and gaping onto handrails. A SnagFree base is hard, durable, and easy to maintain so you don't have to spend money or time fixing costly base repairs that would be better spent acquiring and drinking cheap beer.
- True twin shape, centered stance
- Flat profile
- Armorcore: poplar wood stringers with advanced, wood-derived composite
- Biax fiberglass
- Armadillo plates: fiberglass reinforcements under binding inserts
- SnagFree base: hard, durable, easy to maintain