Every other board can go suck a fat one.
Despite its name, the Stepchild Sucks Snowboard flaunts its all-terrain freestyle superiority with numerous Transworld Good Wood awards and a cult-like following of loyal fans and pro riders, such as Stepchild pro Simon Chamberlain. A true jack-of-all-trades performer, the Sucks banishes old, beaten boards to dust-filled basements once you've experienced the freakish freestyle capabilities of this all-mountain weapon.
Loaded with a high-energy Kicker 1 core, this board features tip-to-tail poplar wood for enhanced pop and spring-like response when flying across the park or zigzagging across tourist-jammed runs. Ideal for riding the entire mountain, the Sucks is upgraded with triax fiberglass for snappier response and stiffer torsional flex. Reinforcing breakage-prone areas where other boards simply fold like a taco, Armadillo plates add substantial strength under the binding inserts for heavy grinds and flat landings. A Structurn SnagFree base is dimpled in design and scientifically proven to be faster than traditional flat bases by substantially reducing friction when riding across varying snow surfaces.
- Twin shape, centered stance
- Regular camber
- Kicker I core: high-energy poplar core
- Triax fiberglass
- Armadillo plates: fiberglass reinforcements under binding inserts
- Structurn SnagFree base: dimpled design for reduced friction