Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones

Truckee, CA.

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jeremy's Passions

Snowboarding
Mountain Biking
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

jeremy's Bio

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention to arrive safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming: Wow!!! What a ride!"

Bill Mc Kenna motorcycle racing champion

Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones wrote a review of on November 21, 2010

More then a Pow board
5 5

I have been dreaming of this board for years; a turbo charged pow board that floats so well it turns low angle stashes into full-speed features. My home mountain looks totally different riding the Hovercraft because I constantly find new hips and slashes in places I'd never seen before. An oversized nose planes above the snow and smooths out the afternoon chop like none other.

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Jeremy Jones wrote a review of on November 21, 2010

All mountain magic
5 5

When I want to trade off between doing laps on the jump line, searching for smooth steeps, and sniffing out left over pow stashes I grab my Mountain Twin. The rockered tip and tail stay evenly afloat riding regular or switch and the camber and Mellow Magne-Traction combination keeps me confident on edge. The go anywhere maneuverability of the Mountain Twin make it my easy all-day choice from first chair to the afternoon backcountry powder lap.

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Jeremy Jones wrote a review of on November 21, 2010

All mountain magic
5 5

When I want to trade off between doing laps on the jump line, searching for smooth steeps, and sniffing out left over pow stashes I grab my Mountain Twin. The rockered tip and tail stay evenly afloat riding regular or switch and the camber and Mellow Magne-Traction combination keeps me confident on edge. The go anywhere maneuverability of the Mountain Twin make it my easy all-day choice from first chair to the afternoon backcountry powder lap.

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The Mellow Mag

Why trust your life to an edge with only two contact points when Magne-Traction gives you the grip of seven points of contact?! I have gotten to the bottom of countless steep, icy faces and thanked my Magne-Traction for giving me the edge control to hold on. Magne-Traction is also a key ingredient for rockered board designs. Adding rocker to your board makes it glide more smoothly, but it makes it harder to really lock into your turns and hold a solid edge. Though Magne-Traction on full-camber boards tends to feel too locked in, once I started testing different rocker designs it was clear that Magne-Traction was crucial to offset the drift typical of rocker flex patterns.
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Jeremy Jones wrote a review of on November 21, 2010

Flagship
5 5

Stepping into the mountains you never know what you're going to encounter. The first two turns may be waist deep followed by ice through the crux and chop in the outrun. The Flagship is my go-to board for fast and confident freeriding in any conditions. I have designed this board with directional rocker and a blunted nose to keep the tip up in the deepest of snow, camber underfoot and Magne-Traction for edging on ice, a longer radius sidecut for speed and railing turns, a shortened running length for maneuverability in tight spaces, and a freestyle tail to land switch in powder. This board has no speed limit and no boundaries. This is the Flagship of our line and my life's work - the ultimate freeride board. Don't be surprised if you find yourself thanking this board at the bottom of a line.

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