Prospect DTF – Down to Freeride - 2016


Manufacturer's Description:

The DTF’s set back, double camber and tapered shape makes it is easy to control at all speeds for technical riding.  Made to be the ultimate freeride machine it has better hard charging stability than reverse camber decks and makes an awesome powder machine. A 2cm setback creates a perfect front to back balance point putting the rider closer to the center of the board rather than in the back seat. This makes a better handling, easier floating board, and a savior to back leg fatigue.

Year: 2016

Available Lengths (cm):
157, 159, 161, 163W, 164.5, 165

Riding Style: Freeride


Camber Bias: Hybrid – Camber between the feet rocker outside
Shape: True Twin
Flex: Controlled flex – Freestyle developed for easy flex and stiff enough for stability
Core: Poplar Bamboo Hybrid race core
Base: Crown Sintered
Glass: Triaxial with Carbon Y pattern with for stability and easier flexed tail.
Sidewall: Rubber Toughened ABS

Prospect DTF – Down to Freeride

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