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Freestyle flavor for the whole mountain.
Bringing freestyle flavor to your all-terrain riding, the Jones Mountain Twin Wide Snowboard is a versatile deck built for riders who like to spin and flip off everything in sight—whether it's a park jump, slushy side hit, or a powder-covered wind lip. This wide version offers a stable, toe drag-free platform for bigger riders who want to treat the whole resort like a terrain park.
It's a directional twin that's centered along its effective edge for freestyle prowess, but with a longer nose for enhanced float and straight-line stability. Maximizing versatility, the board's CamRock profile places responsive camber underfoot for the snappy drive and locked-in carving you've come to love from camber. After the inserts, the board transitions to a tip and tail rocker for catch-free freestyle, as well as extra buoyancy in deep snow. The result is a board that lets you shred the entire mountain like it's your own personal skatepark, no matter what the conditions.
- Get tricky on any terrain with this versatile board
- Camber with rockered tips for power and float
- Medium flex handles wide variety of terrain
- Bamboo stringers add pop and durability
- Traction Tech edges enhance grip on way up or down
- Durable sintered base is infused with Wend wax
- Recycled edges and sidewalls reduce waste
- Eco-friendly topsheet made from castor beans
- Item #JSB005U
- Q & A
My First Jones Board
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Board: Mountain Twin 160cm
Bindings: Rome Arsenal (old ones from 2008)
Rider Weight: 180lbs
Rider Height: 6'0''
Rider Boot Size: 10
Quiver Position: All-Mountain - with freestyle and some not so deep powder capability
My ideal quiver includes:
Powder / Freeride-Freestyle / All-Mountain / Party or Jib / Split Board
This board filled the All-Mountain need for me and occasional freestyle/powder. I'm not a park rider so for me, I have no need for a jib board but this was as close as I would get to that type of board.
When You Can Have Just One:
I personally am not a fan of the term "quiver killer," since it's used to death by folks trying to describe the versatility of a board. But I think it's just an easy word to use when you don't want to take the time to describe the characteristics of a board. But If I could only have 1 snowboard, I'd go for an All-Mountain board because of versatility. Keeping in mind that there are certain areas it'd lack in but that is the trade off in only having one board. To me the CamRock profile is great groomers, hardpack, chunder, some freestyle and when the resort gets a dusting of snow and you don't want to break out the powder board for less than 6" of fresh.
I rocked a 160cm on this board and loves it. Wasn't too big, wasn't too small, and worked great for me. But that being said, a lot of folks size theirs differently.
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 - firstname.lastname@example.org
(this way I'll get these during off hours)