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Freeride foundation.

The legendary board that started it all for Jones, the Flagship Snowboard, is the result of Jeremy Jones' decades of experience riding the gnarliest terrain the earth has to offer. It has been tweaked and perfected over the years to create a board that's capable of bombing steeps, picking apart technical lines, and dropping huge cliffs.

Directional Rocker features camber underfoot for pop and power, with a slightly rockered tail and more rockered nose to give it a catch-free feel and improve float in powder. The Quadrax Carbon layup features multi-axis fiberglass with dual-zone carbon fiber power bands to create an extremely stiff and stable ride. A directional shape gives you more control and drive, and it also helps you stay afloat in the deep stuff. Mellow Magne-Traction improves edge hold by adding multiple contact points along the running length of the board, giving you insane grip on icy slopes.

Jones replaced traditional plastics in the topsheet with wood in order to dampen the ride for a a chatter-free feel, and decrease the use of toxic, unsustainable materials. Triple-density wood keeps the board light and snappy, and hardwood stringers along the edges substantially increase durability. Blunt tips reduce swing weight and allow the board to plane more smoothly in powder. It's finished off with a ultra-fast Sintered 9900 topsheet that's infused with OneBallJay BIO wax for long-lasting speed.

  • Camber, slightly rockered tail and more rockered nose
  • Directional shape
  • Mellow Magne-Traction
  • Carbon Quadrax layup
  • Master triple-density wood core
  • Sintered 9900 base with assorted Flip Flop colors
  • Wood topsheet

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I have a lib tec 165 skunk ape c2-btx. I love it but I am starting to beat it up. Time to start looking. Give me the differences of this board from what I'm used to. I am not finding that board anymore and willing to look at different companies. I love the look of this as well. I on the Wasatch front. Pass holder at solitude. Love getting lost back in honeycomb, or moving quick down groomers on days my friends come into town and we have winters like this. I want a board that can hold an edge if friends visit like the manga traction does but floats in fluff. I truly love the skunk ape but hate the graphics. My kids are always reminding me how ugly my board is. Help direct me please.

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Hey Andy,
I seen your other question as well. The Flagship is a stiff board, after being on a Lib its a hard transition to a more tradition cambered stiff board. I was a big fan of the Mountain Twin Wide in a 164.
The twin shape of the skunk ape is much more playful then the flagship, but the Jones will love high speeds and hard carving. I felt it needed to be going over 30mph to really enjoy it. Slower and it felt "catchy"

I'm 5'10" - 175 lbs. currently ride a Lib Tech Attack Banana 159. Primarily ride off piste - backcountry and groomers. Suggested sizing on this? 158 and 161 are the options - neither exactly what I currently ride.

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Hey Matthew,
I'd go bigger! Going from a mostly rockered board like the Lib to a directional freeride board like that will be a change.
I usually ride reverse camber boards from 158 to 165 but freeride boards 165-170. Granted 3cm isn't much of a gap. But the waist width you will notice.

Riding the Flagship in AK

Riding the Worm Glacier in Cordova - AK with Jones - The Flagship

Hey DF...thinking about this board but need a size recommendation, please. I am 5'10", 170lbs, size 8 boot. ride powder, trees, jumps, steeps...all over and at times some back country stuff. I don't really care about speed and park, like to carve and have fun. Thoughts on size?

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You can size down a little bit with these boards, I would say 158cm would be a pretty good fit for you.

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Staple in the freeride world

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you like to charge the hill and maybe send some big cliffs then the Flagship has got your back.The ash wood top sheet provides superior dampening and a real consistent front to back flex. The carbon fiber in the nose keeps down vibrations and provides a lot of acceleration in and out of your turns. When it comes to riding trees and technical terrain Jones has things on lock. I downsized three two five cm on this board due to its amazing float. If your looking for a board you won't have to switch out or change your stance all winter this is it.