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Yes team rider Austin Sweetin uses the Jackpot Snowboard for everything from hitting gnarly urban rails to shredding balls-deep powder in his home state of Washington. A twin shape and medium flex give it freestyle sensibilities, while a hybrid camber profile keeps it ready to tackle any terrain you put it in.
The CamRock profile features mellow camber between the bindings for pop and power, with rocker at the tip and tail for float in pow and a catch-free feel on hardpack. Poplar in the core keeps it lightweight and lively, and beech Impact Blocks underfoot increase strength and prevent binding blowouts.
A layer of triax glass on top gives it the pop you need to send it huge off kickers, while biax glass on bottom keeps it loose enough to press in the park. The sintered base is fast and absorbs wax well to help you clear the big kicker, and it's durable to resist damage from rocks and stumps hidden beneath the snow.
- Mellow camber underfoot, rocker tip and tail
- Twin shape
- Triax over biax glass
- Poplar core with beechwood Impact Blocks
- Sintered base
- Radial sidecut
- Note: colors and graphics on diecut bases vary; we can’t guarantee what one you’ll get
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is the freestylers textbook freestyle board. The camrock gives you stability and pop under foot and between your legs. The rocker in the nose and tail give it great float and spin initiation. What more could you ask for. Rocks