An advanced freestyle snowboard with a narrow waste and forgiving flex for advanced women riders. Warning: Growing a moustache is not compulsary and may scare away male attention and friends.
Fun for those with small….feet. A step up from the Harlequin, the Moustache Rider is designed for the more advanced female rider looking for a quality board with a good twin shape. The Quadrax fiberglass and Kicker I core combination ensures a long life of smooth flex and poppy ollies. The Moustache Rider comes with a Structurn base and a smooth “soft belt” finish. The board also comes pre waxed so it’s fast and ready to shred right off the shelf.
Available Lengths (cm):
146, 149, 152
Kicker I Core
Structurn base finish - die cut
Smooth “Soft Belt Base” finish – Pre waxed
12 inserts per foot
Non stick UV Lacquer topsheet with Silver Flakes
Armadillo insert reinforcement
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on April 19, 2010 at 08:38 AM
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