Signal Vita Park - 2010

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Take the Signal Park Series, soften it up a little and reduce the waist width, et voila, you have Vita Park. Perfect for girls looking for a park specific board to hit rails and jumps on.

Manufacturer's Description:

Brand new for 2009 is the women’s park board, the Vita Park. Built with the same ingredients as our Park Series, the Vita Park has all the technical features of its male counterpart, but the narrower waist widths and proportional geometry are tailored to fit the technical snowboarding needs of women.

The soft flex, narrow waist and direct, independent sidecut combine to make the Vita one of the best women’s boards for any riding level. A Biaxial glass weave gives the Vita Park its soft flex. Combined with the urethane top material, Exel PMU 4060, these ingredients provide the Park with a softer torsion flex. The core is profiled specifically for each board providing the perfect stance.

The base material is a polyethylene ISTT 1500. This extruded base material allows high-speeds yet requires only minimum maintenance and it’s easier to mend than sintered base material. The alternating grain structure of the poplar core provides maximum strength and maximum pop, but still weighs only 1.4 pounds. The Magnum ABS sidewalls provide flexibility as well as high impact resistance.

Vivi la dolce vita!

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

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
135, 143, 147, 151, 153

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Polyethylene ISTT 1500
Magnum ABS sidewalls
Urethane topsheet
Biaxial glass
Independent sidecut
Park core profile (reduced core thickness at tip and tail)
Aspen wood core

Similar boards: Artec / Elan Laura Hadar - 2010 Apo BCK (Caro Beliard Signature) - 2010 Volkl Impress SQD - 2010

Signal Vita Park

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