Prospect Powder Twin - 2009

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Manufacturer's Description:

The Powder twin is designed specifically to max out the mountain. For those who are into bonking, jibbing, and jumping everything through the backcountry, this board is for you. As a centered stance twinish board the powder twin is ridable everywhere.  In powder the recessed cut on the tail allows the tail to sink a bit to keep the nose atop of the fresh pow. Perfect glide. This board ride switch as well for all around powder freestyle fun. This is a widish board. It doesn’t carry a lazy sidecut like most wide boards so it is still cuts through tight tree sections. It has an increased surface area so you can ride this board short like a park board and it sill floats through the deep stuff.

The topsheet is a series of mirrored photography captured during our move from Wisconsin to California. The base artwork is screen printed with unique coloring on every board. No two are the same.Totally analog just letting the ink flow where it wants. Seriously amazing conditions.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding Recommended for freeride riding Camber construction Twin shape

Year: 2009

Available Lengths (cm):
150, 155, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

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 Hybrid
Base: Crown Sintered 4000
Glass: Triax with Carbon V’s and a thin core profile for flexible pop.
Sidewall: Triple dampened sintered

Prospect Powder Twin

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