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Dinosaurs Will Die Maet Snowboard

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Maet Snowboard

Built with pure freestyle performance in mind, the Dinosaurs Will Die Maet Snowboard forgoes fancy tech and weird shapes in favor of camber, a twin shape, and a medium flex to deliver classic park performance. The Maet's profile boasts a toned-down version of traditional camber that offers a more forgiving feel while still retaining the pop, stability, and edge hold you crave from camber. It has a lightweight and lively poplar core with tip-to-tail birch strips running along the inserts to increase strength, prevent blowouts, and enhance pop. Biax glass gives the board a loose feel for buttering and jibbing your way through the rail line, plus the extruded base is easy to repair when you ding it up during a session in the streets.

  • A true all-mountain snowboard for all styles of riding
  • Lowrider Camber profile is poppy and stable, yet still forgiving
  • Medium flex is responsive and stable for technical tricks
  • True twin shape enables easy freestyle fun and landing switch
  • Poplar core with birch stringers gives a lightweight and lively feel
  • Biax glass provides a smooth and consistent flex pattern
  • Extruded base is easy to repair and requires little maintenance
  • Item #DWD001S

Length
148cm, 152cm, 155cm, 158cm
Profile
Lowrider Camber (camber throughout)
Shape
true twin
Flex
medium (5 of 10 on Dinosaurs Will Die's scale)
Waist Width
[148cm] 252mm, [152cm] 254mm, [155cm] 257mm, [158cm] 260mm
Sidecut Radius
[148cm] 8.4m, [152cm, 155cm, 158cm] 8.6m
Stance Setback
centered
Mount
4-hole
Core
poplar with birch stringers
Laminate
biaxial glass
Base
3Xtruded
Base Color
size dependant
Recommended Use
park & freestyle snowboarding

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