Palmer Jade - 2010

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Looking for a park specific ride to start tearing up the park? Look no further! The Palmer Jade has a twin shape, soft smooth flex and a predictable tri-radial sidecut, everthing you’d expect in a women’s park board.

Manufacturer's Description:

Awarded Future Snowboarding Magazine’s MVP for three years straight, the Jade features a true twin shape with smooth flex for confident control. With a tip-to-tail poplar woodcore, full wrapped edges, Isospeed 4400 base and a lifetime of consistent flex thanks to prepreg technology, this board remains true to Palmer’s roots in innovation. Girl’s best friend, especially in the park or rails.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Camber construction Twin shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
142, 146, 150, 153

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Prepreg
Full Sidewall Construction
Full Length Poplar Woodcore
True Twin Shape with Tri-Radial Sidecut
Stone Ground Screen-Printed 4400 Isospeed Base
Centered Stance
Full Wrap Edges
Art by Delphine Ettinger (New York City)

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Snowboard Review:

The Palmer Jade is the epitome of park confidence, and it was great fun to ride. I found it playful and flexible, and it just wanted to bounce around the mountain. I think it’s a board for girls who are just discovering the park as it was easy to turn into switch and I was confidently in control when lining up to jumps. It wasn’t amazingly fast but I found it strong for cruising around the mountain, and it let me have fun off walls, banks and little drops. If you want to push your park riding then definitely pick up the Jade.

Posted by Kaz Willmer in • Palmer

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