A softer option than the DFL, the Drake Venice is an all-mountain snowboard with a freestyle skew. Biaxial glass and a smooth dual radius sidecut provide smooth, effortless carve entry and exit and forgiving landings in the park.
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Pipe, kickers and piste, you can ride it all on Drakes top of the line women’s freestyle snowboard. Triaxial glass for improved edge-to-edge response and grip through carves, plenty of width underfoot and a transitional sidecut for improved stability and confidence on larger transitions.
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The Drake Riot has a narrow waist, Carbon reinforced triaxial glass and a high grade sintered Structurn base which make for a lively park ride, the transitional sidecut has been thrown in to provide increased stability and easier carve initaition for strong intermediate level riders and up.
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What can I say.. the Urban’s name says it all! A soft buttery ride for locking onto rails in the park or in the city with a mellow transitional sidecut to reduce that catchy feeling on the approach to your chosen jib. You’ll have to pay extra for the compulsory faux gold chains and Ghetto Blaster.
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The Drake DF1 is an ultra high spec board designed for aggressive and advance freestyle snowboarders. Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement has been added to triaxial glass to produce a torsionally stiff and extremely reponsive ride with good damping properties. The radial sidecut provides predictable handling up large transitions and the ultra fast Sintered 7700 base with graphite and nano additives and a Structurn finish should help you boost massive airs out of the pipe.
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The Battle is crammed with a 15mm set back stance, long effective edge, firm torsional and logitudinal flex and a high density 7700 grade sintered base, the result is a strong freeride offering from Drake.
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The Drake Player is a forgiving all-mountain snowboard for beginners through to intermediates. Featuring a durable and easy to maintain extruded base, a mellow sidecut and biaxial glass. Perfect if you’re just getting to grips with the basics of snowboarding. Remember don’t hate the Player, hate the game!
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The Drake Empire is ideal for beginner snowboarders, biaxial glass and a transitional sidecut make for a forgiving ride which initiates and exits turns with ease.
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