Atomic Terminal - 2011

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There is absolutely nothing special about the Atomic Terminal what-so-ever. More like the kind of snowboard your local hire shop will be stocking than the high tech snowboards the park rats and pipe slayers will be using, the Terminal is designed to be cheap and easy to ride and that’s about it. if you’re a beginner snowboarder with peanuts left in your bank account the Terminal perfect. If you’ve spent some time on a snowboard you could do worse, but it’s probably a good idea to work on your bank balance and look at other snowboards in the Atomic range.

Manufacturer's Description:

From entry level to boarding staple, the Terminal is a great all-rounder for park and piste and a reliable ride for all demands. Boating SW construction and three degree easy-to-ride beveled edges, it is the perfect board to evolve your skills and rise above the rest.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Low cost $

Camber Construction.

Directional Shape.

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
138, 143, 148, 153, 158, 163

Riding Style: Beginner

Specifications:

SW construction
3° easy to ride bevel
Extruded 4400 base
T1 woodcore
Flex 4/10

Similar boards: Burton Clash - 2011 Arbor Formula - 2011 Palmer P-Line - 2011 Rossignol Sultan - 2011

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What colour is powder?

Blake on January 04, 2011 at 07:36 PM

I work at a ski shop and when i ride i prefer to use this board over my personal one its amazing no problems with it at all