Prospect Tangent - 2010

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Reverse rocker paired with a convex base and profiled Bamboo sidewalls, ever heard of such a jib focused snowboard? Either have we! Get your jib on with tweaked presses, steezy butters, tripple kinks and barrel bonks, it’s what the Prospect Tangent was made for.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Tangent is at home on the playground. This true twin profiled core uses a reverse camber foot print for a playful ride. One contact point in the middle of the board results in a versatile deck in the powder, park, and urban environments. The convex 4001 grade base is forgiving and playful because the edges run shallower down the length of the board. This is a super fast base with no catching and no sticky rails. It simply locks onto rails assuring comfy jibs. Profiled Bamboo sidewalls are impact resistant, board slides are catch free, and look totally sick. Let’s not forget, bamboo is also a green product, giving us all a warm feeling. Built to sustain cannon shot, the Tangent won’t quit. The easy ride of our reverse camber technology, the convex base, and an affordable price makes this a great board for beginners

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Rocker construction Twin shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
146, 150, 153, 156, 159, 163

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Centered true twin shape
4001 grade sintered base
Profiled Bamboo sidewalls
Radial Sidecut
Convex base tech
Tip to tail Aspen core
Seamless edge tech

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