Forum Honeypot - 2012

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The Honeypot seems to be the board that Forum’s engineers experiment with their latest ideas every year and also tend to hit the sweet spot on the graphics front too. This year the Honey Pot gets the all new Grand Pops profile; traditional camber between the feet and then a flat profile from the bindings to the start of the kicks. Controversially, the Grands Pops profile is identical to DC’s new Lock and Load Camber, which might ruffle a few feathers. From the middle of these flat sections to the ends of the tips run the Car Bomb Carbon Booms, web-shaped carbon reinforcement designed to give explosive pop.

Manufacturer's Description:

What comes from The Honeypot is an experimental phenomenon where new technologies come to greet the snow. The new Grand Pops profile will add more ups to your ollie when you need it most and the Car Bomb Carbon Booms provide an exponential boost to your park-riding skills. Tomorrow’s next on-snow progression is being built in the Honeypot lab today, so get on the Honeypot and experience freestyle progression hard at work.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for halfpipe riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Medium cost $

Camber Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
151.5, 154.5, 156.5

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Profile: NEW Grand Pops
Shape: Twin
Core: Gnar
Laminate: Biax
Base: FreeBase
NEW Car Bomb Carbon Boom
Flex 4

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