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Charge down the mountain with your true twin Forum Seeker Snowboard.

Seek and destroy the park terrain on your twintip Forum Seeker Snowboard. Forum built the Seeker with plenty of torsional rigidity to keep you stable at face-distorting speeds, and gave it a lightweight SuperGNAR LE 2 wood core that is stronger than balsa but just as light. Carbon in the glass laminates adds extra snap, crackle, and pop off the lip and out of turns.

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1 5

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ordered this board last week, didn't rock up till next tuesday and when it did it was covered in blueberry yogurt, i hate blueberries!

I love yogurt but. . . .


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how did you know what flavor yogurt it was? did you try it?

5 5

Fantastic Board

I'm 5'-11"/175lb and went with the 158. I'm very happy with this baby. I came from a 162 Allian Chalet, but wanted to go a bit shorter so that I could have some more fun in the park. The amount of pop this thing has compared to my old board is unreal. I'm clearing tables with ease now that I couldn't clear before when I was bombing the hill.

Going from a 162 to a 158 was a little squirley for me at first, but after a half day of riding out at the Canyons in Park City, I felt very comfortable on the board. The base held up well to a few dings that I remember hearing it hit, which is always a good thing (my Allian took a huge blow to the edge the first season I had it out and was never the same). Fantastic board, gets my full recommendation for park, groomers, and powder.

3 5

Too Stiff

Holds up well for big air, but overall dissapointingly too stiff. Hard to press or butter.

can anybody tell me how this board is on...

can anybody tell me how this board is on rails?

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this board is sick on rails! its used the most on rails and if u wanna hit those big kickers go right ahead

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Hey, I have a Seeker. I don't care for it too much on rails cause it's so stiff. I like a bit more flex for rails or pressing boxes. The edges hold up pretty well to dings. On the other hand I like it for big airs cause it will take a beating coming down.

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Its ok, better with some phresh yogurt


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I broke mine on a box last season, just from landing a little bad. I love this board, but i was very disappointed in how it didn't hold up in the end when I wanted it to.

5 5

Seeker is SICK

I got this board last season for somthing to play around on and a second option to my Custom X. I havent even picked up my Custom since getting this board. Its so much fun. Really stable,poppy and super fast.
I was blown away with how she feels strapt to your feet. I would recomend it to any one whos willing to listen. WILL NOT DISAPOINT......

5 5

Love the Seeker

You can't go wrong with the Seeker. Looks and Rides amazing! Cheers!

I don't want to sound like a complete...

I don't want to sound like a complete idiot, but what do the sizes mean? eg. 156, 158 etc. I've been riding for about five years now, and just never had the interest to ask. I am 14, weigh closer to 170, and am 6 feet tall. Can you tell me what size i need?

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I can't tell you what size you should get, but they're length in centimeters.

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Angus leave the snowboard questions to the boarders, im not answering questions on harnesses and belay devices, thats ur domain...anyway Robert the size is the lenth from tip to tail in CM, depending on what you ride, ur weight and hight detwermine your board lenth...for you, if you ride mostly park, then go for a shorter board like the 152, that will iniitiate butters on a dime and have a low swing weight, it will feel like the board almost isnt there, but it wont be very stable on big runs...if you ride the whole mountian, everything and everything, then go for the 156, it will still be easy and fun to ride but will give you more stability for bigger runs, it will by a TINY but harder to ride than the 152 tho...and finally, if you ride mostly backcountry, powder, and big runs, then go for the 160, that will be super stable, float on powder, and be FAST! but it will be harder to maunver and dont ever go in the park with it haha...hope that helps

Would this be the best or one of the best...

Would this be the best or one of the best boards for all-mtn freestyle? I own a powder board (Burton Malolo), but I've been dying to get into the park, while still not giving up all-mtn ability. So basically, does this board have it all? Thanks

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This board would be perfect for exactly what you are talking about. Especially since you have a Malolo for the pow, this board will bridge the gap between park and all mountain as well as still ride well in the pow. It would be a great choice.

5 5

Great Board!!!

So, I learned how to ride on a Palmer Prophet, but it was time to upgrade. I did a lot of research before buying this board and was looking for a board that would be somewhat universal but one that would serve me well in the pipe and on jumps. I am not too interested in rails and boxes.

I only got the chance to use the new Seeker over one weekend after I got it because the season came to a close. I am on the east coast so I am used to the potential for less than ideal conditions, but the weekend I rode the Seeker for the first time, the conditions were terrible. It rained Friday night and the temperatures weren't cold enough for natural or man-made snow on Saturday and only a little snow was made for Sunday, however, this board made the weekend fun.

It is a pretty stiff board and handles great. I rode through the crappy conditions with great confidence and the board never waivered. It is a solid and fast ride. Again, even in the bad conditions, I felt very comfortable flying down the blacks and an occasional double black, not only keeping up with my skier buddies, but beating them to the bottom. I attribute a lot of this to the carving abilitiy of the board and great response making quick turns.

On the jumps, I felt the same confidence which was mostly noticed on landings.

I am very new in the pipe. This was only my second weekend giving it a try. The board seemed at home in this terrain as well. Let me say again, that I am new to this aspect of riding, but the only thing holding me back now, is my own fear of pushing myself to the next level. I haven't yet gotten to the point where I have breached the top of the walls, So I am still making full turns on the walls or making short hop turns to come back down. However, even from my limited experience in the pipe, the board seems to have the perfect amount of both stiffness and flexibility to move easily from the bottom of the pipe, through the transitions and up the walls.

Bottom line...awesome board in my opinion. Although, if you want to play around all day in the park, it may prove to be a little stiff.

And a note about had a great experience dealing with them and my board got here 3 days early!!

Is this board better than the destroyer?

Is this board better than the destroyer?

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yes it is, a little less progressive and can stand up to some bigger park features and is a bit more versatile too

5 5

Great Ride

Board works extremely well from the trees to the park.

Quick response, fluid carves, and snappy turn out. It's a really fun board to ride.

5 5

Sweet Ride

Been riding this board for a couple weeks now and I think its awesome!! Very pleased with my choice and would recomend it to anyone who is thinking about buying one

5 5


this board is dank. its so snappy and smooth plus the base is ridiculously fast and durable i put it through shit i was sure id get core shots but didnt even get a scratch the graphics are sick and the top coat is textured so stomps are completely unnecessary if youre considering this board stop and just buy the damn thing you wont regret it.

Is the seeker soft enough to butter with?...

Is the seeker soft enough to butter with? Being that it is a twin how does it carve on groomers?

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The Seeker is on Forum's freestyle category (as opposed to freeride). The nose and tail are light enough for butters all day long.

5 5

Seeker and Destroy!

I rode this baby the first pow day of the year at Snow Basin, Here in Utah. She did not disappoint! I moved up from the Destroyer for this particular occasion. The Seeker has a stronger core and uses carbon to stiffen up the ride. I love the Destroyer but for deep days you need just a little more under your feet. I was blown away by how good this board stayed a float. You could'nt wipe the smile off my face that day... All due to the Seeker! POW board, POP board, JUMP board!... LAND board!