Palmer P-Line - 2010

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The Palmer P-Line is a soft flexing beginners ride which still packs a fast base and PrePreg laminates. Once again Palmer have commissioned some conservative graphics for the P-Line so your new purchase won’t be out of fashion next season. A great beginners ride minus the bull.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Ultimate Value Board. Overwhelmed, confused, intimidated about selecting a snowboard? Rows of boards to choose from, too many graphic choices, and lots of very confusing technical terminologies and distinctions. What’s my riding style, the sales guy asks? Wow … What do I know? I just wanna go snowboarding. I’m looking for a snowboard to do exactly that. Make it easy for me!

P-Line ... Always right! Easy selection ... Made for snowboarding. No riding style differentiations. Simple … timeless colors and graphics. Clean and simple but with a modern cool design. Ease of use… Palmer product. Made in Europe. Comfortable and safe for a guaranteed trouble-free snowboarding experience. Easy and safe choice … No confusing technical terminologies, but very high brand credibility. Safe, fun, clever, cool, has style and class, plus ... accessible for everybody.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Low cost $

Camber Construction.

Directional Shape.

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
146, 150, 154, 158, 162

Riding Style: Beginner

Specifications:

Prepreg
Full Sidewall Construction
Full Length Poplar Woodcore
Tri-Radial Sidecut
Stone Ground Inlaid 4400 Isospeed Base
Full Wrapped Edges

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