Should've listened to your guidance counselor.
Remember when your high school counselor caught you smokinge squares behind the bleachers when you were supposed to be in American History? Yeah, well his rant about only losers smoking and skipping class had
just the opposite effect and here you are, a washed-up shred bum. Then
again, if his message had sunk through to your thick skull, you wouldn't
be enjoying the medium-soft flex, reverse camber profile, and
responsive feel of the Stepchild LatchKey Reverse Camber Snowboard.
Engineered with a Kicker I core and biax fiberglass, this board has lots of torsional flex for pressing and buttering around the mountain, yet it retains enough response to ride the whole mountain—from park laps to corduroy cruisers, it's all good on the LatchKey. A full rocker profile allows for a super loose and catch-free ride, yet it still delivers some pop, as the rocker profile is mellower than most. Armadillo plates reinforce breakage-prone areas underneath the binding inserts, allowing you to jib, drop, bonk, and butter to your heart's delight. A SnagFree base is hard, durable, and low-maintenance, giving you the freedom to wax to perfection or neglect waxing for a while. Although the latter of the two waxing options probably suits your slacker lifestyle, we won't judge when you're slaying the park and generally having more fun than your guidance counselor ever had.
- True twin, centered stance
- Mellow rocker profile
- Kicker I core: soft and responsive poplar core
- Biax fiberglass
- Armadillo plates: diamond-shaped fiberglass reinforcement under inserts
- SnagFree base: hard, durable, and easy to maintain