Freestyle snowboarders don’t really get any more serious than Pat Moore. Pat tweaked the flex on his pro snowboard for 2011, the overall flex is softer, but Pat has stiffened up the tail for mega pop and sticking powder landings.
Progression through passion.
This year’s pro model shows a side of Pat that nobody knows. It features a new progressive freestyle shape that helps him slay everything from the Sierras to his New Hampshire home front. Its softer and more playful flex with a stiffer tail offers up more fun goofing off in the mini park but still means business when its time for Pat to go to work. The graphics show Peter Line’s view of Pat’s other side and include a cameo from Thunderpuss, Pat’s cat.
Available Lengths (cm):
Light Triax laminates
Stiffer tail (directional flex)
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on January 27, 2011 at 03:18 PM
Hi guys, Would you recommend this board for faster rides on ski slopes? I am looking for board which would be stabile in highier speeds and skillful in turns. Fine for powder and jumps over moguls. ... simply something universal but high-guality. I like this board, but I am not sure if is it for me.
on January 27, 2011 at 10:32 PM
Hi Peter, the Pat Moore is meant for freestylers who want to hit bigger jumps and pipe. It will work fine on piste and great in the park, but for powder the twin shape isn’t ideal. A board with a slightly directional shape would be more suitable.
on February 06, 2011 at 02:44 AM
Thanx Tich for your answer. I have already bought this board. I had before a directional snowboard so I wanted to try somthing new. I hope this board will be fine for my type of riding and allows me to learn new tricks (hope I’ll not have to sell it :/ ). As soon as I try it I will write here some recension about it. ;)
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