A high spec twin at a medium cost, the Contract CF77 is everything you’ll need to jib and bonk your way around the whole mountain. Lay tech kinked handrails and super-sized park transitions in your wake. Contract have thrown in a wood / honeycomb core to reduce spin inertia without loosing impact resistance, explosive acceleration into spins in a board that wont break when you throw it down a tripple kink in your local hills car park.
Take the CP77 and inject a dose of aggression, and you’re left with the CF77. You’ve got the pop of the CP77 with added strength and power, demanding you hit the pipe and big kickers harder than ever before. As with its slightly-tamer brother, powder riding comes naturally with the CF77, but it wants you to ride it fast, hard and to its limits. Before you know it, you’ll be performing awe-inspiring slow-motion drops off giant powder lips and landing them with the power and response you’ll need from such a hardcore board. If you like it fast, hard and responsive, then the CF77 is waiting to make you the king of the mountain. True twin tip.
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