Apo Seed Rocker - 2011

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You’re heading out on your first snowboard trip. You don’t want to hire; hire gear is heavy, for the most part it looks pretty pants too. The APO Seed is a great go-to board for beginner snowboarders. The Seed has directional shape for all-terrain and condition versatility with a rockered profile for easy turn initiation and catch free straight lining. What makes the Seed an out-and-out winner? Yep it’s the Jagermeister inspired graphics, the must have board for any Alpine shred and bar session!

Manufacturer's Description:

Improve your riding steadily and quickly

The Seed has an all mountain shape and a soft flex, enabling beginner and intermediate riders to improve their riding confidently. Great value for your money, available in 4 sizes and 2 widths!

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for freeride riding Low cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction Directional Shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
155, 160, 158W, 161W

Riding Style: Beginner

Specifications:

Biaxial fibreglass
Directional shape
Alpha core - Poplar wood core
Extruded base
Full flex core profile
Rocker profile

Similar boards: Burton Clash - 2011 K2 Brigade - 2011 Salomon Ace - 2011 Never Summer Circuit - 2011

Apo Seed Rocker

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