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Big feet mean bigger, meaner stomps with the Forum Youngblood Chillydog Wide Snowboard. You’ll melt into the sexy flex of Chilldog w/Pop continuous rocker slathered with biaxial laminates and spin your way through the park before you know what happened.

  • Chillydog with Pop has all the stability, predictability, and forgiving feel of Forum’s continuous rocker with the added boost of Pop zones just outside of your stance—let the huge ollies flow like water
  • Gnar core uses high-grade aspen for maximum strength without the expected weight. Constructed with Forum’s Grainbelt method, the core gets 10 times the normal compression strength of a normal core—this means you don’t have to hold back because you’re worried about snapping your deck
  • Freebase material ensures you have enough speed to get super high, is easy to wax, and handles abuse that would have other base materials committed to a psych ward
  • Biaxial laminates crisscross at 90 degree angles to give you a silky-smooth and forgiving flex—sexy, sexy, science
  • Swingers Club tip and tail design shaves weight, allows for easier spins, and better float in the deepness—may encourage threesomes
  • Beveled edges show up tuned to your kinky desires-you’ll have to try hard to catch an edge
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Youngblood

    The Forum Youngblood is a tried and true deck, used and loved by all. It is back for 2010 with improvements.

    The main upgrade is POP in the core. Forum has added thicker cores right outside the binding zones. More snap and pop for your pleasure. Youngblood still has the Gnar core, with grainbelt technology, that gives you 10X the strength and durability.

    The graphics of the Youngblood were inspired by AM Niko Cioffi. He is a crazy kid, and you can see by the graphics he came up with. We wanted to mix it up this year. The base is bight an poppy, it is roulette when getting a deck, you don't know which base you are going to get.

    Let the good times roll, get your Youngblood and try to be the next Forum Team AM.

    Youngblood

      The Forum Youngblood is a tried and true deck, used and loved by all. It is back for 2010 with improvements.

      The main upgrade is POP in the core. Forum has added thicker cores right outside the binding zones. More snap and pop for your pleasure. Youngblood still has the Gnar core, with grainbelt technology, that gives you 10X the strength and durability.

      The graphics of the Youngblood were inspired by AM Niko Cioffi. He is a crazy kid, and you can see by the graphics he came up with. We wanted to mix it up this year. The base is bight an poppy, it is roulette when getting a deck, you don't know which base you are going to get.

      Let the good times roll, get your Youngblood and try to be the next Forum Team AM.

      If you compare the 2011 Burton process...

      If you compare the 2011 Burton process V-Rocker to the Forum Youngblood, which would you say is best for park and a little mountain riding here and there?

      Unanswered Question

      Two questions: 1) I'm 5'10'' and 160 lbs...

      Two questions:
      1) I'm 5'10'' and 160 lbs size 11 boots. Should 155 wide be best?
      2) How does this compare to the skate banana in terms of stability on kickers, flex, and pop? Thanks.

      hey, i'm 6 foot, weigh 160lbs, this is my...

      hey, i'm 6 foot, weigh 160lbs, this is my second season i'm coming into, so i'm just starting to get into parks but still learning, do you recon this board would be good to learn/improve on? and would 157 be the right size?

      with a 155 wide can u still have a good...

      with a 155 wide can u still have a good wide stance?

      What does people think about a 6'2" riding...

      What does people think about a 6'2" riding a 155 wide board? mainly park. It's not too short... or IS IT?

      No it's not too short. Board's are mostly based off of your weight not hight. Don't get me wrong though, hight still matter's but not as much as weight. If you look at the stats for the forum chilly the weight class for the 155 wide is around 160lbs. you can be more or less, but that is the general riding weight. The reverse camber enables you to rock a shorter board. This is because of the longer edge you get with reverse camber. So a 155 reverse camber is the same or equivilent to a 157/158

      I'm 6'2" bout 185 lbs....i want this board...

      I'm 6'2" bout 185 lbs....i want this board but I should prolly ride 159 as u can see its only available in 157 longest is it stupid to even try?
      Last youngblood the lam on bottom popped out in weeks.