Prospect Park and Pow - 2017


Manufacturer's Description:

The Park and Pow is a board that has come from necessity in the snowboard world. Companies have come accustomed to carrying a “quiver” of boards like spending a couple grand just on snowboards is realistic. Even more so, heading back to the parking lot to switch from park to powder means the runs will be tracked out when you get back. Enter the Park and Pow, a board engineered as a true twin with a newschool directional shape. This is a centered stance board that is designed to ride the same front or back, except with an added cut in the tail for single barrel tail slides and powder floatation. Get it Park and Pow? This is a traditionally cambered board that pops on kickers, but is still flexible enough to press. A longer tip and tail means awesome powder float, and all of it made in house with premium materials. After the day is over, while others say they wish they could have a few boards for each condition, you’ll be able to say, this board slays all conditions.

Camber construction Twin shape

Year: 2017

Available Lengths (cm):
150, 155, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Camber Bias: 5mm Traditional Camber for pop and flex
Shape: True Twin for park, directional for Pow
Flex: Controlled flex – Freestyle developed for easy flex and stiff enough for stability
Core: Full length Maple/Poplar/Aspen Hybrid
Base: Crown Sintered 4000
Glass: Triax with Carbon V’s and a thin core profile for flexible pop.
Sidewall: Triple dampened sintered
Optional: High strength Basalt Laminate

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