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Yeah, everything sucks, especially trying to get your big-ass feet on a freestyle board. So why aren’t you riding the Stepchild Everything Sucks Wide Snowboard yet? If you hate powder, rails, tables, hips, groomers, cheese, chick-flicks, underwear, waffles (not fried chicken), and especially corporate board companies that claim to focus solely on rider input and not how much money there is to be made from marketing snowboarding on morning talk shows, then you probably already have this board. If not, what are you waiting for?

  • Armadillo Plate fiberglass reinforcement layer is placed over the inserts for added strength under foot
  • Kicker I Core is made from Daniel Laruso�s bones, so it's capable of taking multiple beatings throughout the season
  • Medium flex and pre-cured biaxial fiberglass gives it the response and pop needed avoid everything from rails to powder
  • Extruded base is pre-waxed and easy to maintain

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Is this a rocker board?

Is this a rocker board?

does this board have a rocker frame?

does this board have a rocker frame?

Just curious as to how wide this mid-wide...

Just curious as to how wide this mid-wide board really is? It says its 5mm wider at the waist than an ordinary board. Is it the same all over?

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Well it would be 5mm wider at the waist and then taper down a mm or two around the tail and nose. But it will be close all the way down the board. I have size 12 boots and I had no toe drag when I demoed this deck

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This board is the shit super soft but still has a ton of pop and even tho it was the powder sucks board last year it still handles great in powder this is my first stepchild board and now im hooked