Prospect Passage - 2010

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Little known Wisconsin brand Prospect are creating some great boards. Introducing the Passage, a responsive twin snowboard with triaxial glass, carbon X array reinforcement and Profiled Bamboo sidewalls, exactly what you want for hitting big high speed transitions.

Manufacturer's Description:

The true twin freestyle deck filled with pop, minimal on weight, and built to withstand heavy punishment. An impeccable ride makes the ultimate riding day. The Passage is built to be the ultimate freestyle machine in both speed and mobility. The full aspen profiled core isn’t rocket science, it’s what works. Our aspen provides smooth, consistent pop with a longer life. Tri-axial Fibre Glass offers light weight construction with high grade durability. No nappy weaves here! Our carbon fibre X Array transfers power from your feet to the tail for maximum pop and control at high speed. Profiled Bamboo sidewalls offer endless carves, catch free rails, and more amazing pop.

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

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
153, 156

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

True twin shape with a centred stance
Radial sidecut
Triaxial glass
Carbon X torsion trusses
Profiled Bamboo sidewalls
Tip to tail Aspen core
Seamless edge tech

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