Stepchild Latchkey - 2011


Although this is Stepchild’s entry-level twin it has a high-end, bomb-proof construction combined with Iron Maiden-inspired graphics. A medium/soft longitudinal and torsional flex mean that this board is perfect for intermediate all-mountain freestylers looking for a solid board to take them to the next level. If you’re looking for a light-weight poppy jibstick my advice would be to look at the Stepchild Jibstick or Joe Sexton. The Latchkey is available with a camber or rocker profile.

Manufacturer's Description:

This is Stepchild’s entry level twin snowboard and it definitely rocks! It has an injected wood/ABS core and also comes with the options of regular camber or reverse camber. In the reverse camber we added carbon stringers for some added support and pop. The board is great fir running to the hills with every day park riding and is still a trooper on the rails. We can’t guarantee that snowboarding won’t kill you but if you die then die with your boots on!

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Medium cost $

Rocker Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
144, 148, 153, 156

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Armocore (High Durable Construction)
Screened Base
Smooth “Soft Belt Base” finish – Pre waxed
Solid “pre-cured” biax fiberglass
10 inserts per foot
Non-stick UV Laquer coating
Armadillo Plate
Rocker (4 + 6mm)
Carbon Stringers

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Stepchild Latchkey

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