Compatriot Lupara - 2011


No, no, no you’ve got it all wrong, Compatriot Snowboards aren’t new, they’ve just been dormant for the last couple of seasons. The Lupara is Compatriots jib and park weapon, like the pump action shotgun that adorns the topsheet the Lupara is perfect for destroying any transition in sight. Compatriot don’t do gimmicks, so you won’t find any namby-pamby rocker on the Lupara, this park ride uses Compatriots ridiculously poppy EN7 camber and bolsters it with carbon fibre stringers. At 151cm this bad boy’s sawn-off but you can still rip hard!

Manufacturer's Description:

Don’t be scared. Deadlines and angry bosses cannot infiltrate the mind or will of a dedicated snowboarder, so trade in your suit & tie for the best freestyle deck in the world, appropriately named after a sawed-off shotgun. With the help of team riders & park/jib gurus everywhere, we designed a high-end directional freestyle ride with the universality a freeride board and the agility of a lightspeed park board. The Lupara’s resume boasts of speed, light weight, and durability. The complex weave VerGlass Fiberglass, Knuckle Sandwich sintered UHMW sidewalls, and Durasurf professional grade base will make sure you get the job done right the first time. Highly experienced in rails, cheese wedges, and other administrative tasks. What’s in your briefcase? Enter the world of The Lupara. Artwork by Draplin Industries.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding High cost snowboard Camber construction Twin shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


EN7 Energy Response Camber System
Rockwell 48 Stainless Steel Edges
Knuckle Sandwich Sintered UHMW Sidewall Construction
CFX91 Carbon Fiber Stringers
Cowboy Core Full Wood Core
Built To Last, Made In The USA
Aggression index 6/10

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Compatriot Lupara

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