Prospect Sooperpark CRC - 2016


Manufacturer's Description:

CRC: Camber Rocker Combo.  Our most innovative deck in the lineup.  The secret… Camber between the feet, contact points at the bindings, and rocker outside the feet.  First the Camber is for better pop off jumps and snappier transitions through turns.  Second, the contact points at the binding are for stability and hold through turns.  The Rocker camber makes a easy and forgiving ride that initiates turns lightning fast and makes an easy plateau for butters. Our new 80A urethane sidewall laminate is super impact resistant and will brush away rock and rail impacts.  The Prospect Sooperpark is designed to be a super stable, high end, park and pipe snowboard.  It uses an assertive 1/2 inch wide pre-tensioned carbon “A” pattern in the rocker zone that makes this board extremely poppy when loaded for hefty jumps.

Year: 2016

Available Lengths (cm):
146W, 148, 150W, 152, 153W, 154.5, 156W

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: Full length poplar pop core
Base: Crown Sintered
Glass: Triaxial with Carbon V’s in the tips for balanced flex
Sidewall: Inlaid urethane – 80AFS

Prospect Sooperpark CRC

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