|Type:||All Mountain, Freestyle|
|Camber:||Rocker, Continuous Rocker|
|Recommended Use:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Forum Spinster Chilly Dog Snowboard - Womens
The Forum Spinster Chilly Dog Snowboard is perfect for someone looking to freestyle in all terrains and all conditions. With a continuous rocker, it''ll keep you steady and ready to do anything you want, especially during that moment when you stick that landing beautifully. And thanks to the Biax laminates, your board will be durable and sexy for years to come. With a shape and features to keep you in control when you freestyle, you''ll be able to board your best, anyplace and anytime you want.
- Continuous Rocker
- Twin Board Shape
- Popular Core
- Biax Laminates
- Freebase Base
- Beveled Edges
- Flex: 2
|Effective Edge (cm)||117.00|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.70|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.70|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.40|
Spinster Chilly Dog
Here at The House, talking about a super cool women's snowboard: the Forum Spinster snowboard. This one is the Chilly Dog version, Chilly Dog being Forum's way of doing the reverse camber or rocker.
They do it right, though. They have a nice elliptical curve going from the center out, so that when you press it, it's going to go mostly flat. You'll get really good contact with the snow, for rails and boxes. It does lift the edge off a hair, so you'll catch an edge less with it, but float really good when you come across the good stuff. It's going to press like a dream.
It's basically a super cool all-terrain freestyle snowboard. It has a twined out shape for the all terrain freestyler, anywhere from entry level to advanced with the forgiveness of the Chilly Dog technology. It has a die-cut high-end base that takes waxing pretty well. They come from the factory just crushing it with the wax. Definitely enough to shred for five days at least. Bi-axial glass in this one will keep it soft and torsionally forgiving.
The deck is softer flex, making it very good for pressing and jumping, and midwest or east coast riding. If you're going through a ton of powder or only free-riding, you should go up to a higher-end model. However, it'll be perfect for 90 percent of the people out there.
The nose and tail are pretty low profile to reduce the swing weight, to get that jibby performance that a lot of people are looking for. The Forum Spinster snowboard is an awesome tricks snowboard with an ill graphic!