Prospect Vitality - 2010


The Vitality is the board of choice for lightweight and female riders. Reduced camber for a more forgiving and smooth feel on rail and boxes, and carbon reinforcement to help ride out bumpy landings and cut through choppy pistes.

Manufacturer's Description:

Perfect for the constant jibber or light weight rider. The Vitality offers a lower camber height that locks onto rails like a magnet and is friendly in the park for a great dual purpose board. Lighter riders will love the easy ride thanks to the softer flex pattern for a stable ride while providing control on rails and jumps. The full aspen profiled core is light weight and super poppy. 19oz. Triaxial Fibre Glass provides Prospect snowboards with a consistent and indestructible flex. Carbon Fibre X Array reduces swing weight for big spins. With a better strength to weight ratio than steel, carbon fibre will save you on hard hits. Bamboo sidewalls are super absorbent from shock and will keep you glued through tight turns.  With our great 2 year warranty, this board will pop its bright colours on the slopes for a long time.

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

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
146, 150

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Profiled Bamboo sidewalls
Centered true twin shape
Radial sidecut
Carbon X array reinforcement
Triaxial glass
Aspen core

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