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The Forum Star Snowboard 146 combines retro style with a funky and fresh board with a model like persona. It was designed specifically for women with a shapely twin-like design perfect for the woman who wants to achieve maximum velocity. Stick all of your landings and ride confidently through steep terrain. You've heard the expression go big or go home? This board allows you to go as big as you and do it in a stylish way!
Here at The House, talking about the Forum Star snowboard. What you're looking at here is an intermediate all mountain snowboard from Forum snowboards. Super good build quality. Good durability, good quality coming out of the Forum guys now a days.
What you'e looking at in this one is a directional snowboard, slightly longer nose than tail with a 4x2 insert pattern. That's gonna be really good for dialing in your specific stance that you're looking for. Slant wall construction on this one, really, really durable. Protects the innards of the snowboard, gives you good grip on the icy hard packed terrain. From there moves into a nice thin construction around the nose and the tail. It's gonna reduce the swing weight and keep the overall weight of the snowboard itself down.
Moving into the base; you've got an extruded base, its die cut, so really crisp, really bright lines to this one. You won't have to wax this one quite as much. It will be easy to repair, if you get a lot of nicks from rail or rocks.
Stiffness level on this bad girl here, you're rocking about a four out of ten. I would say entry level to intermediate all mountain. Probably the same for freestyle usage too; but definitely really, really good bang for the buck, middle of the road construction so it's super versatile, a Forum Star snowboard.
I bought this board for my girlfriend and she loves it. Awesome design on the top and bottom which is what she really cares about but I bought it for the design.
It is a directional twin and can be rode all over the mountain. It is quite a stiff board and my girlfriend is a beginner which made it bit hard for her to ride at first. She now can ride it with no problem and the stiffness is definitely a benefit.
We have not ridden it in the park yet so I cannot speak for that aspect of the board but I would assume it would do just fine being a high end Forum Directional Twin.
I definitely recommend this board.
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