Ghoulish graphics and easy flex for park-slaying small fries.
Decked out in bright, ghoulish graphics and featuring a soft flex, the Stepchild Park Rat Kids' Snowboard is designed to give lightweight rippers a fun and easy riding board for all-mountain riding and park pursuits. Designed as a directional twin, this board has a slight setback—providing the versatility needed to float powder, cruise corduroy, and slay the park. A traditional camber profile retains pre-loaded spring for popping off jumps and gives edge-to-edge response for hauling down the mountain.
Inside the guts of this board, you'll find an Armorcore with poplar stringers and an advanced wood-derived composite material. The wood-derived composite supplies this board with an extremely flexible, yet highly durable core. Coupled with smooth-flexing biax fiberglass, this board exhibits a playful feel for lightweight riders who want to butter and press through the park. This also equips small riders with the easy turn initiation needed to link first turns and progress without the challenge of learning on a stiffer, unforgiving board. Armadillo plates reinforce breakage-prone binding zones for hardcore riders who use abuse their board on a regular basis. A SnagFree base adds strength and low maintenance glide for kids who don't tune their boards on a regular basis.
- Directional twin, setback 0.4 inch
- Camber profile
- Armorcore: poplar stringers with advanced wood-derived composite
- Biax fiberglass
- Armadillo plates: fiberglass reinforcements under binding inserts
- SnagFree base: hard, durable, easy to maintain
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This board is amazing. I love on how board slides your boards edge doesn't get caught. Super smooth and easy to use. Great board and would definitely recommend to anybody that loves park. Also, great amount of flex, the perfect amount.