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Stop thrashing a wimpy board each season and switch to the ultra-burly Stepchild Hammerhead Snowboard.

Stepchild made the Hammerhead Snowboard tougher than a coffin nail for boarders who need a solid ride that boosts big and takes a serious hit without going down like the Titanic. Stepchild softened the flex just a tiny bit on this season's board by shaving 2mm off the core, and then added a fiberglass layer over the binding inserts for reinforcement. Burly sidewall construction and a blunt-tipped true twin shape help the Hammerhead survive the terrain park's biggest jumps and live through botched rail and ledge attempts. Stepchild integrated carbon stringers into the tip-to-tail poplar wood core to increase pop and keep this board from getting soft just because you ride the crap out of it for a few seasons straight.

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Solid Board

I wanted to add an all-mountain twin to my gear and glad I stumbled across this plank. This is a super tight board. Plenty of pop for the quick hitters, good balance for landings, and can give you enough speed to get from top to bottom in no time. Lots of fun in the park too.

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Green martians

What's that great stuff. I believe in aliens, not so, almost with more than 2 arms, better shape and antennas. But good beginning, old men. They'll be kicked. It's not my favorite deck, I will look for another bigger.