Rails, kickers, pipe and monster hips, the Eero will help experienced freestylers dominate the lot. Triaxial glass for great edge grip and a tri-radii blended side cut for great for lively carving.
Once again Eero has made an amazing season, stepping up and innovating tricks on jumps, rails or whatever he is riding. He lives and breaths snowboarding. Each one of Eero’s pro models is tuned and designed to fit the situation that he is riding in. With all that he rides durability is a factor so we have added ballistic impact panels for ultimate strength. A softer flex in the smaller sizes makes the board more maneuverable at slow speeds. In addition, he incorporated a profile tip which planes in powder and has less swing weight.
Available Lengths (cm):
Powerlite core: ultra light tip-to-tail wood core reduces
Tri-lite laminates: custom tuned triaxial fiberglass
New ballistic impact panel: Kevlar® impact protection under your feet
Tri-progessive sidecut: three radii blended to accelerate you through your turn
Profile tip: tapered to disperse energy and reduce swing weight
New sintered speed Formula base: sh#%t’s fast
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on November 27, 2010 at 02:25 AM
So I weigh 125 and I ride park, rails, medium to fairly large jumps and pipe, should I get a 149 or 152, and also how would this stick do on powder?
on November 27, 2010 at 05:03 PM
This is this years Eero Ettala
It’s a cambered park snowboard so it won’t be particularly good in powder. Look for something with a bit of rocker in the profile for extra float. For Pipe and big jumps, it’s ideal.
The length you go for will depend on your height too, go for the length that is about chin high on you if you want to be riding pipe, you’ll want the effective edge for icy walls.
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