Forum Scheme - 2011


The Scheme combines a soft-ish flex with a directional twin shape and a slightly stiffer tail, for freestyle versatility in all types of conditions. Then there’s the Chillidog Rocker profile which has been added for 2011. We weren’t blown away by the Scheme last year but with the addition of one of the tastiest rocker profiles on the market, this year’s Scheme is going to be completely different story.

Manufacturer's Description:

Opposites attract.

The Scheme is built to make the whole mountain your personal park. Combine the ChillyDog Continuous Rocker with a twin-like shape and a soft flex profile and you get a fun, forgiving freestyle board that’s capable of handling the top-to-bottom slash, drop, spin, jib line.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Medium cost $

Rocker Construction.

Directional Twin Shape.

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 155, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


ChillyDog Continuous Rocker profile
Twin-like shape
Gnar core
Biaxial glass laminates
FreeBase base
Swingers Club
Stiffer tail (directional flex)
Flex 4 / 10

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