Stepchild Scotty Wittlake - 2011


Every season Stepchild create a guest pro model to pay homage to a blast from the past. This season it’s Scotty Wittlake’s turn; the guy that most people credit with bringing the heavy metal / Punk look to snowboarding……this guy was rocking leather jackets, tats and the unwashed look well-before it was considered trendy. Scotty’s guest pro model is a fairly basic directional twin with a medium longitudinal flex and slightly softer torsional flex; designed for shredding everything from pow to street rails on a budget.

Manufacturer's Description:

The dirtiest of dirts and an icon in snowboarding; known-to-all Scotty Wittlake joins us this season year with his guest pro model. The board has a directional twin shape with a tip to tail poplar wood core. The Die cut base is finished with speedy Structurn. If you don’t know who Scotty is then you don’t deserve to ride his board.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Camber construction Directional twin shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
152, 156, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Kicker 1 Core
Structurn Base Finish – Die Cut
Smooth “Soft Belt” finish – pre waxed
Biax glass
12 inserts per foot
Non Stick UV Lacquer finish
Armadillo plate
Directional twin shape

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