Apo BCK - 2011


A surprising popular women’s freestyle snowboard on Snowboard-Review.com last season. The BCK meets the needs of female snowboarders with some riding time under their belts who demand the feel and precision performance of camber but want a forgiving and fun flexing snowboard so they can press and jib with the rocker kids.

Manufacturer's Description:

Fun in each run!

The BCK makes each square foot of snow a playground. This board has powerful pop and a strong structure, just what you’ll need for an energetic ride over any obstacle. An allround freestyle board for intermediate to expert riders.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Camber construction Directional twin shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
144, 148, 151

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Biaxial Fibreglass
Alpha core - Poplar wood core
Double flex core profile
Directional Twin shape
Sintered 2000 grade base

Similar boards: Salomon Ivy - 2011 Nidecker Divine - 2011 Rome Blue - 2011 Endeavor Boyfriend Series - 2011

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