Compatriot RK Valkyrie - 2017

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Manufacturer's Description:

The 2011/2012 Valkyrie is the newest incarnation of Rob Kingwill‘s pro-model, featuring artwork by the man himself, depicting prayer flags flown over the Grand Tetons and the futuristic city of AVALON7. The topsheet has a subtle gloss over matte black effect, keeping the graphic subtle but powerful.

Kinger designed this board from the ground up, creating an all mountain twin-tip sled with a functional shape and our fan favourite Cowboy Core. Employing our proprietary CFX91 carbon fibre backbone and Knuckle Sandwich Sintered Sidewalls, this board has a smooth flex pattern that is stiff enough for park and pipe missions, yet allows the perfect amount of freedom/flex in the right places for when you want to throw a few slashers into the trees at Jackson Hole.

Camber construction Twin shape

Year: 2017

Available Lengths (cm):
154.5, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

EN7 Energy Response Camber System: FlatCamber
Knuckle Sandwich Sintered UHMW Sidewall Construction
CFX91 Carbon Fiber Stringers
Cowboy Core Full Wood Core
Built To Last, Designed In Jackson Hole

Compatriot RK Valkyrie

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