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Signal's all new Freedom Machine is a dedicated freestyle ripper, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that Jake Olson Elm was honored with a pro model Freedom Machine Camber snowboard. This version of the Midwestern jib animal's signature board runs traditional camber, maximum pop and edge control. It gets an all-new Freedom poplar core, for extra strength and fine-tuned flex. The blunted tips keep this true twin spinning fast, and the ABS sidewalls are built for all the abuse you can throw their way. The Freedom Machine won't hold you back, we promise.

Jake's cambered Freedom Machine is built on a traditional camber. That means maxed-out pop and edge control, especially on firm snow. The twin shape opens up unlimited switch variations. It gets an all new Freedom poplar core, which is thicker under the bindings for strength and pop, and thinner between the feet for a buttery ride. Triaxial fiberglass in the topsheet and the core gives plenty of torsional support for a snappy ride. The medium flex blends pressability with the support you want for solid landings. The tips are blunted, for reduced swing weight and faster spins. A sintered Durasurf base slides fast and holds a bunch of wax. Plus, like all Signal boards, it's built in the US by people who shred.

  • Traditional camber
  • Twin shape
  • Radial sidecut
  • Medium flex
  • Triax fiberglass
  • ABS sidewall
  • Sintered Durasurf base
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