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Anyone who says big-footed shredders have no style have clearly never seen Arbor riders Brandon Hammid and Erik Leon destroying street spots and shutting down terrain parks on the mid-wide Blacklist Snowboard. Park System rocker and a softer flex allows you to lay down tweaked presses and smooth butters, while Grip Tech provides the edge hold needed for sending jumps and exploring the rest of the mountain. 

System rocker uses several different design elements to provide true rocker performance while maintaining an incredible amount of edge hold and pop. It features a parabolic arc that is more rockered between the bindings and less rockered at the tip and tail to give it float in powder and a catch-free feeling on hardpack, while making turn initiation fluid and easy. The Grip Tech sidecut uses two additional contact points along each edge to allow for reliable edge hold on a rocker profile. A Power Ply sustainably-sourced wood topsheet replaces plastic to not only make it poppier, but more environmentally-friendly as well.

Butter Glassing fiberglass keeps the feel loose for smooth buttering and tweaked presses, and a poplar core gives it lightweight pop and durability. Rhythm sidewalls feature a blend of urethane and ABS to absorb vibrations for a smooth ride, and the Fusion base can easily be repaired when you ding it up.

  • Park System rocker
  • Twin shape
  • Grip Tech sidecut
  • Butter Glassing biax fiberglass
  • Rhythm sidewalls
  • Medicine poplar core
  • Fusion extruded base
  • Bio-Film topsheet
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i have rode countless boards, and it's always hard to find a wide board. Last year i went from a Ride DH2 to a Lib Tech skate banana to this board and it was amazing how much different this board is then everyone other. Flex when you want it, pop when you need it and it just goes straight without effort. Usually with reverse zero camber profiles, boards feel loose, but not in this case. By far the best bang for your buck if you are going for a freestyle/park ride. The wood grain is beautiful also.