Compatriot The Movement - 2012


Solid all-mountain freestyle performance and nuke-proof construction are trademarks of the Compatriot Movement. The fact that these boards are designed to work in and are tested in Jackson Hole means performance is a given.

Manufacturer's Description:

Enter EN7 Positive Camber, the ultimate in classic energy-responsive camber construction.  Employing our proprietary CFX91 carbon fiber backbone and Knuckle Sandwich Sintered Sidewalls, this board has a smooth flex pattern that is stiff enough for Centered stance option and lightweight Cowboy Core construction.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Recommended for big mountain riding.

Medium cost $

Camber Construction.

Directional Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):

Riding Style: All Mountain


EN7 Energy Response Camber System
Rockwell 48 Stainless Steel Edges
Knuckle Sandwich Sintered UHMW Sidewall Construction
CFX91 Carbon Fiber Stringers
Cowboy Core Full Wood Core
Designed by Jackson Hole & Built to Last

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