Compatriot Valkyrie Twin - 2012


Compatriot Team rider Rob Kingwill has always operated under the media radar, damn the man was one of the few men to beat Terje in the halfpipe during Terje’s almost unbeaten rule on the sport in the late 90s. Now Rob’s focus is on big mountain freeriding he’s still bagging big competition wins. Rob’s has two well-deserved pro models, the standard 158 twin is Rob’s board for all-mountain riding; cliff drops on powder days and pipe on icy days . When Rob hits the park he sizes down to his 154.5 with park camber for a more forgivinig and agile feel.

Manufacturer's Description:

Rob Kingwill’s pro model. Team rider favorite and athlete as the artist collaboration. Hand-drawn graphic by Rob Kingwill. Rob Kingwill designed and created an all-mountain, twin-tip ride with a smooth, stable flex pattern for big stompy landings.

Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding Recommended for big mountain riding High cost snowboard Camber construction Twin shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
158, 154.5 (Park Camber)

Riding Style: All Mountain


154.5 has Park Camber (0.05mm camber)
Rob Kingwill Signature Model
Knuckle Sandwich Sintered UHMW Sidewall Construction
CFX91 Carbon Fiber Stringers
Cowboy Core Full Wood Core
Designed in Jackson Hole & Built To Last

Compatriot Valkyrie Twin

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