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  • Jeremy Jones spent decades perfecting this freeride board design; thousands of riders revere the Flagship as one of the most confidence-inspiring snowboards on the planet
  • Spoon 3.0 design lifts the edge areas (a 7mm bevel on the nose and tail) off the snow, greatly reducing friction between the board and snow for improved glide, float and turns
  • Improved Mellow Magne-Traction, a tiny wave in the edge under your feet, increases edge grip by adding multiple contact points along the running length of your board
  • Progressive sidecut delivers smoother turn initiation and exit as the edge tracks in and out of the snow with a less abrupt transition
  • Triple-density wood Power core gives pop and durability while saving weight, with sustainable Flax fiber for dampening and Triax fiberglass laminate for precision and response
  • Power V Basalt stringers transfer power from under your feet to the tips of the board to eliminate nose and tail chatter
  • Sintered UHMW Polyethylene 9900 base is incredibly fast, holds wax extremely well and is easy to repair
  • Fusion Tech ultra-durable epoxy layer replaces a traditional topsheet to save weight
  • Recycled, thicker steel reinforces the snowboard's edges to give you exceptional impact resistance
  • Recycled rubber and ABS sidewalls
  • Wend natural wax finish, and factory de-tuned at the tip and tail so you can charge from run one
  • Stiffness: 8/10, stiff flex for handling lines in the backcountry, great response in deep snow and solid enough to support your landing on big drops
  • Snowboard deck and base colors may vary from online photo

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Specs

Best Use Snowboarding
Snowboard Style Freeride
Snowboard Shape Directional
Snowboard Camber Mixed
Recommended Rider Weight
154 cm
130-180 pounds
158 cm
130-180 pounds
159 cm Wide
140-190 pounds
161 cm
140-190 pounds
162 cm Wide
160 - 210 pounds
164 cm
160 - 210 pounds
166 cm
160 - 210 pounds
172 cm
170 - 220 pounds
Board Dimensions
154 cm
28.8/24.6/28.6 centimeters
158 cm
29.0/24.9/28.9 centimeters
159 cm Wide
30.4/26.3/30.2 centimeters
161 cm
29.2/25.2/29.1 centimeters
162 cm Wide
30.3/26.3/30.2 centimeters
164 cm
29.5/25.4/29.4 centimeters
166 cm
30.0/25.8/29.8 centimeters
172 cm
30.8/26.3/30.6 centimeters
Effective Edge
154 cm
116.2 centimeters
158 cm
119.6 centimeters
159 cm Wide
20 centimeters
161 cm
122 centimeters
162 cm Wide
123 centimeters
164 cm
124.6 centimeters
166 cm
125.8 centimeters
172 cm
130.8 centimeters
Sidecut Radius
154 cm
7.9 meters
158 cm
8.5 meters
159 cm Wide
8.7 meters
161 cm
9.1 meters
162 cm Wide
9.3 meters
164 cm
9.3 meters
166 cm
9.4 meters
172 cm
9.5 meters
Stance Setback 3 centimeters
Core Wood
Construction Wood core with flax and triax fiberglass and Power V basalt stringers
Bolt Pattern 2x4
Gender Men's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly responsive This board is incredibly stiff and responsive. Edge to edge time is crazy low compared to my twin all mountain board. The short tail really helps for executing rapid turns on steeps and in trees. Haven't had a proper powder day yet to test the directional twin shape but it seems to float nicely on the stuff I have hit.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crushes all conditions My first trip with this board was to Big White (Canada), which in a week had just about every set of snow conditions from a spring-like day followed by ice, followed by a dumping of powder and then at/near freezing and corn. I'm 6'4" and about 235 lbs without gear and was on the fence between the 166 and 172, and ended up buying the 166. I'm 100% happy with the 166 and feel it's about the perfect size. This board begs you to open up and let it rip, and when pushed transforms into a thing of pure beauty. The edge hold on this board is borderline magical, and a number of times in some sketchy situations in the trees and narrow chutes (or, chutes too narrow) the responsiveness and quick transition made me look like a pro where I'm almost certain I would've crashed on my old back-country big mountain board . At speed on the hardpack and through the chop when making GS style turns this thing is stable, fast, quiet, and handles like it's on rails. If you want to get surf-y with turns in the pow, it does that too. Float is amazing and for as responsive and technical as this board is, it's also surprisingly forgiving.
Date published: 2017-02-20
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