|Type:||All Mountain, Freestyle|
|Base:||Extruded, Optix 2000|
|Sidecut:||Progressive, TruFlex Core|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Directional shape concentrates pop in the tail and offers plenty of overall float and control; twin flex makes riding regular or switch simple. Wood core construction features a high strength-to-weight ratio for superior flex and pop all over the mountain. Precured carbon plates taper into the tips to offer the most pop without chatter, while freeing up the nose and tail for any transition. Mellow reverse camber and a convex base combine with camber in the binding areas, offering stability, responsive transitions and easy presses from park to pow. EZ transitional sidecut offers a mellow radius between the feet and the tips of the board, offering tight turn radius for quick carving when riding glades. High-density extruded base is easy to maintain and highly receptive to absorbing wax for a smooth, fast ride.
|Effective Edge (cm)||106||108||112||115||119|
|Tip Width (cm)|
|Tail Width (cm)|
|Waist Width (cm)||23.3||23.4||23.9||24.2||24.7|
This board is good for an entry-level to intermediate rider. It is definitely the kind of board you can take out for an easy pow day but can also rock the park. Keep in mind that this is a directional twin, which means that your feet will be set back, closer to the tail end. However, it has a twin flex, providing the ability to ride regular or switch. You can also switch up your stance a bit and center it if you are looking for more stability riding switch. The Venus has ez dual transitional sidecut for quick reaction while carving on the hill or the glades. This board rides smooth and stable but also has that pop that I can't get enough of. I have to say that it's a great board at a great price. This message was approved by Katie from The-House, ride on.