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Jones Snowboards Flagship Snowboard


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    Top of the freeride food chain.

    From the jaw-dropping steeps of Valdez to the jagged terrain of Utah's Wasatch Front, the Jones Flagship Snowboard delivers power and precision for charging big alpine faces, floating across snorkel-deep powder, and stomping hefty cliff drops. Spoon 3.0 upturns the base edges of the board, starting at the rockered point and continuing through the nose and tail. This upturned, 3D-shaped base smoothly redirects snow around the board's tip and tail, eliminating the "plowing" effect of traditional boards. Ultimately, it maximizes deep snow buoyancy while creating fluid edge-to-edge transitions.

    The board's Directional Rocker features a large, blunted nose with an elongated rocker for ample float when your local mountain gets buried with fresh snow. Responsive camber underfoot rails with precision and holds steady on the steepest faces, with extra help from the grippy Mellow Magne-Traction edges. On the inside, the Power core is comprised of triple-density wood with bamboo stringers for extra strength and snap. Power V Basalt Stringers maximize energy transfer to the tip and tail, also preventing the tips from chattering at high speeds. Another innovative additive are Flax fibers, which create high-performance damping when you're charging through choppy snow and uneven terrain.

    • Confidence-inspiring freeride that crushes in all conditions
    • Directional rocker balances float and response
    • Power V basalt stringers transfer power and absorb chatter
    • Spoon 3.0 beveled tips increase float and turn fluidity
    • Sidewalls and edges made from recycled plastic and metal
    • Traction Tech grips icy, firm terrain in mixed conditions
    • Sintered 9900 base with carbon delivers ultra-fast ride
    • Durable, sustainable, high-performance flax helps dampen ride
    • Item #JSB005M

    Tech Specs

    154cm, 158cm, 161cm, 164cm, 166cm, 172cm
    Directional Rocker (hybrid rocker camber flex pattern)
    stiff (8 of 10 on Jones' scale)
    Effective Edge
    [154cm] 1162mm, [158cm] 1196mm, [161cm] 1220mm, [164cm] 1246mm, [166cm] 1258mm, [172cm] 1308mm
    Waist Width
    [154cm] 246mm, [158cm] 249mm, [161cm] 252mm, [164cm] 254mm, [166cm] 258mm, [172cm] 263mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [154cm] 7.9m, [158cm] 8.5m, [161cm] 9.1m, [164cm] 9.3m, [166cm] 9.4m, [172cm] 9.5m
    Stance Width
    [154cm] 21.2in, [158cm] 22.8in, [161cm] 22.8in, [164cm] 22.8in, [166cm] 22.8in, [172cm] 23.6in
    Stance Setback
    Power Core (triple-density full wood)
    flax and triax fiberglass
    recycled abs
    Traction Tech
    Sintered 9900
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [158cm] 130-180lbs, [161cm] 140-190lbs, [164cm] 160-210lbs, [166cm] 160-210lbs, [172cm] 170-220lbs+
    Recommended Use
    powder, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    Aggressive all mnt

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Feedback at demos and my own personal experience has been real positive on the Flagship.
    The 3d contour in the nose and tail this board floating in the pow with ease.
    Last year we added the Basalt stringer under foot making this board respond and feel more confident on groomers and jumps.
    New for this year the core is torsionally a little easier to manipulate off the edge.

    My Daily Driver

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Board: Flagship 161cm
    Bindings: Now Drive - with custom mashup of Burton/Now straps.
    Rider Weight: 180lbs
    Rider Height: 6'0''
    Rider Boot Size: 10
    Quiver Position: Freeride - with powder/all mountain qualities

    My ideal quiver includes:
    Powder / Freeride-Freestyle / All-Mountain / Party or Jib / Split Board

    The Flagship is that Freeride board that is versatile enough for a range of days on the mountain including pow stashes and ripping corduroy on the frontside.

    My Daily Driver:
    This was my daily driver last winter and a board I've enjoyed riding lines off the Cirque on deep days at the Bird and those less fun hard pack/chunder days. For me, this is the perfect board and one I'd recommend folks go for if they are after a stiffer freeride board.

    This is a board that is on the stiffer end of the flex spectrum and for the riders that are use to riding boards that are softer in more of the middle of the flex range, then this will be a tough adjustment. There are other boards that would better suite a riding that likes a softer board (hit me up and we can chat about how this board compares to others and if it's the right one for you). But for the heavier riders or the rider that likes a stiffer ride, this is a top end option to consider.

    The thing that is the most distinct about the flex is that it is stiff but forgiving at times. The forgiveness was more noticeable in the torsional flex and from my understanding that is more a trait of the flax fiberglass topsheet.

    Board Selection:
    There are a range of board options and this one might be for you....and it might not. Let's chat to make sure. We can also talk shop on boot, binding and board combos and how each part of the set up effects the others for your specific situation.

    I'd encourage you to hit me up via email -
    (this way I'll get these during off hours)

    Unanswered Question

    What boot size is it recommended to choose Wide vs regular flagship. I have a size 11.5 boot with large NOW bindings. I had a flagship 3 or 4 years ago and loved it. It was a 167 but I can’t remember if it was Wide or not. I’m 6’2” 185 and I typically like 167 - 169.. haven’t tried a 172 so I’m trying to determine if I should go with the 172 or 169wide. Any help would be appreciated.