You've reach the end of the rainbow.
Newly appointed 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 and Tragna-Maction edges keep it ready to tackle any terrain you put it in.
The CamRock profile features 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. The Tragna-Maction sidecut creates two subtle extra contact points along the edge for superior grip on icy slopes. Poplar in the core keeps it lightweight and lively, and beech Impact Blocks underfoot increase strength. Triax glass gives it the pop you need to send it huge off kickers. The sintered base is fast and absorbs wax well to keep you moving through flat spots, and it's durable to resist damage from rocks and stumps hidden beneath the snow.
- Rocker between bindings with rocker at tip and tail
- Twin shape
- Tragna-Maction sidecut
- Triax glass
- Poplar core with beech Impact Blocks
- Sintered base
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This board is absolutely awesome, this is the second year i got one, cuz it is just perfect. I originally bought it cuz i saw it on transworld's good wood n they were right it's good wood indeed. super responsive and really poppy while still feeing like a noodle. super good support in the powder too. highly recommended!!! BUY ONE NOW!!! YES!!!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Triax fiber glass, cam-rock and extra traction on the side cut makes the Jackpot a favorite in the park. Hands down these are the tools that perform for you when charging.
Beech wood impact blocks line up with your inserts and give you landing power and snap for flat land hops.
Enjoy this wonderful award winning deck.