Bean Violator - 2010

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The Violator is one serious butter Bean. If you’re after a board to hit Jibs and rails in soft or rock hard snow with the plenty of pop, you’re looking at a little gem. Packed with plenty of life courtesy of the Bean exclusive Popple Combo wood core, triaxial glass, a perfect twin shape and beveled edges to reduce the risk of hanging up on rails, you’ve hit the jibbing jackpot.

Manufacturer's Description:

Our true jib board. A super buttery but poppy true twin with an aggressive sidecut and larger width for stability. This board will give you the confidence to violate any obstacle.

Core:- Built on a directional twin chassis with a centered stance, our signature Popple Combo wood core uses multiple species of wood strategically arranged to put the pop and strength where it’s needed.

Base:- The impact resistant Polyethylene sintered base comes standard and allows maximum Green Wax absorption while guaranteeing “first one to the bottom” speed.

Edge:- *New This Year* Hardened Stainless steel edges mean no more rust after leaving your board in a bag or the back of the closet , but the hardness that means keeping a sharp edge through day after day of the harshest New England ice.

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

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
149, 153, 157

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Twin Shape
Centered Stance
Popple Combo Wood Core
Triax Glass
High Density Sintered PE Base
Stainless Steel Edges
1 Degree Edge Bevel
Camber (“if it aint broke and all…”)
Made in Boston, MA
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What colour is powder?

Christian on December 29, 2010 at 11:16 PM

I got this board for my birthday and have gotten to ride it twice this week so far. I have never found a park board that does this well as far as speed and carving. It has ridiculous pop, although I wish it had a little more flex. I definitely recommend this board.

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