Big hits for big boots.
Aptly named for its top-flight freestyle on the biggest and baddest features in the park, the Smokin Superpark CTX Wide Snowboard offers a stable, snappy, and responsive platform for bigger freestyle riders. Wider than your average park stick, this board alleviates toe drag for riders with feet sized 11 and larger, also providing extra landing area and stability for bigger dudes looking to send pro-sized kickers and intimidating park features.
Its mid-responsive flex is blends the lines between purposeful park board and all-terrain freestyle machine, allowing you to ride everything on the mountain without swapping between boards. Loaded with Smokin's CTX profile, the Superpark CTX features a playful rocker between the feet for catch-free jibbing and freestyle performance, also allowing for extra float in deep powder. Raised camber underfoot extends to the tip and tail contacts, enhancing your ability to carve at high speeds, boost sky-high off kickers, and carve up icy pipe walls.
Delving inside this wide freestyle slayer, the tip-to-tail aspen wood core offers a smooth flex underfoot with high levels of durability needed to withstand regular park thrashings. Variable Density Fiberglass increases the weave density in critical areas for increased strength and stability, all without making the board overly stiff and unforgiving. PoP Gnarley Hemp torsion X fibers at the tip and tail substantially increase the pop while dampening harsh vibrations on heavy landings. Add in the enhanced edgehold and grip of Mellow Magne-Traction edges, as well as a Tefloaded Sintered 6K base for blistering straight-line speed when you're clearing the biggest features in the park.
- True twin shape
- CTX profile (rocker center, raised camber tips)
- Full aspen wood core
- Variable Density Fiberglass
- PoP Gnarley Hemp torsion X fibers (at tip & tail)
- Mellow Magne-Traction edges
- Tefloaded Sintered 6K base
- Item #SMK000V
- Q & A
so im 6 foot 190-195lbs and I wear a size 10.5-11 boots do I need to get a wide board or whats the max boot size for
There are a few factors at play for this. What brand of boots and model are you currently rocking or planning on getting?
What size board are you looking at?
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