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Forum Aura Snowboard - Womens

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Specs

Type: Freeride
Shape: Directional

Description: Forum Aura Snowboard - Womens

Have you ever never all the cool dudes riding their snowboards when you hang out at the park? You should check out this Forum Aura 152 snowboard that is just perfect for starters. The well designed mellow shaping and flex pattern helps to be forgiving during your practicing stage on the board. You will enjoy riding through the snow filled park with the easy to make turns you will be able to do with this board. With well designed sidewalls and light weight you may want to stay the park all day.

Key Features of The Forum Aura 138cm Snowboard:
  • Core: Compound Matrix: This is a price-conscious, vertically laminated tip to tail core with an composite resin system that is ideal for entry level or smaller riders
  • Board Shape: Directional
  • Core Profile: Directional
  • Laminate: Bi-Ax: The foundation from which every laminate configuration is derived, two directions of glass provide the standard balance between longitudinal and torisonal flex
  • Base: P-Tex 4000: Employing a fine belt finish, this versatile base is a favorite among riders because it is durable easy to maintain and ready for all snow conditions
  • Flex: 3
  • Eff.edge (cm): 107.00
  • Nose/Tail (cm): 26.90
  • Waist (cm): 22.90
  • Sidecut (m): 6.70
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    Staff Review

    • Dave Says

      Here at The House, talking about the Forum Aura Women's Snowboard.
      This snowboard is a really good snowboard for anybody that's a beginner to intermediate rider, anybody that's looking to ride the whole mountain. It can defiantly handle some laps through the park. It's set up as a directional snowboard, with a 'directional flex' meaning the stands is going to be set back, the side cut is going to be set back, and the tail is going to be stiffer giving you a little more pop off the jumps.
      Other than that, it's got a sidewall construction. It's going to hold up really good on icy hard packed conditions and also hold an edge better when ridden in those conditions, which you'll find in the park quite frequently. Other than that, you've got an extruded base. It's very easy to take care of, doesn't require as much waxing as a center base, and really easy to repair should anything happen to it.
      TheForum Aura Women's Snowboard isa really good all around women's snowboard, a pretty cool graphic, defiantly one you should check out.




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