The Damage is a skateboard for snow, soft/medium flex and a low profile camber mean rails, jibs and kickers are effortless. Perfect for advanced freestyle snowboarders who are looking for a softer flexing board that’ll perform all over the park, or intermediates who want a catch-free ride that’ll make progressing easy as pie.
The Damage has completely changed this year. Featuring the latest Feather Light Core, the Damage is so light. The low camber construction minimizes the risk of catching edges and makes jibbing and jumping sooo smooth and fun. The slightly wider waist improves the stability and the float in powder. A great snowboard for skate style snowboarding.
Available Lengths (cm):
150, 153, 156, 158
Feather Light Dual Wood core
4000 grade sintered base
Low camber profile
Flex (150, 153): 3/10
Flex (155, 158): 4/10
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on September 07, 2009 at 06:08 PM
As former President of the Good ol USA i like causing Damage. And this is my weapon of choice for doing so.
The Damage is the dogs Bollocks when it comes to causing total carnage on the hill. The main difference with this board compared to nearly all others is that it has a zero camber construction. It is not a Rocker or banana it is not conventional it is in the middle somewhere kicking dust in the eyes of all that surround it. It really likes jibbing fallen skiers and little fat kids, if you keep the edges sharp you can even de limb passers by and sell the parts to the local take away.
The zero camber gives you pretty much the forgiveness and fun of a rocker but without sacrificing as much control as a full blown rocker or banana board. It is perfect for those riders who cant afford 2 boards, who realise that you cant actually turn properly on a rocker or banana but relish the buttery powers that they give you. This board gives you everything. Aimed at the whole mountain, with a little bias towards the park and boxes it gives you the goods in all conditions.
You float on the pow and melt from turn to turn, on the corduroy you can nail it knowing that the edge is there and will not slide out on, on the boxes you know that you have a little more forgiveness before you get bitten. You get mega Wu tang pop form dual wood core and super tight space age top sheet, you also get PIMP graphic which will get you girls (or boys) or both at the bar afterwards. How else do you think i got Condaleezza in my cabinet?? Again with all the Allian’s i have ridden you also get the fastest baser on the planet, no bull, this thing moves…Just ask Aaron Herbert rom Courchevel, he will be wearing a one-piece, with some gold chain and bling bling gigs and headphones on…If you can catch him….P.s he is probably riding switch upside down doing nose scooter wheelies.
Seriously though, if you are considering a rocker or banana boards but are concerned about not having the control of a normal board, nor the cash of Trump to buy two boards don’t fret the Damage from the good fellows at Allian is here. PIMP YOUR RIDE.
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