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Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard

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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Shape:
  • Twin
Camber:
  • Hybrid
  • DOUBLEDOG
Flex: Medium
Width: Wide
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Gnar Core
Base:
  • Sintered
Sidecut:
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard

No, you are not tripping, the Forum YoungBlood DoubleDog Snowboard really is that awesome. Remember that the first time you strap into it, because it is going to be hard at first to believe a board this playful could have this much pop. Forum used the DoubleDog hybrid profile to blend the power and pop of camber with the forgiveness of rocker, and threw in Booter Boosters carbon strands to really crank the fun to eleven.

Key Features of the Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard:
  • DoubleDog
  • Twin
  • Gnar Core
  • Biax
  • New Formula
  • Booter Boosters
  • Swingers Club
  • Flex: 4
Dimensions
Length (cm) 148 152 154 156
Effective Edge (cm) 116.5 118.5 119.5 120.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.8 29.2 29.35 29.5
Tail Width (cm) 28.8 29.2 29.35 29.5
Waist Width (cm) 24.5 24.8 24.9 25.0
Sidecut (m) 7.04 7.26 7.38 7.49

Youngblood Doubledog


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Fun Park Board"

    , San Diego,CA
    Pros: Responsive Flex,Great Value,Lots of Pop,Playful, Cons: May not hold up in pow

    I got this board because I moved to Korea and didn't bring a board with me. It's mostly artificial snow here, so I haven't ridden it in pow or any backcountry but my guess is it wouldn't be the best. It's a great park board, has great pop and a nice mid to soft flex. Really great for jibbing and jumps. It handles fine at speed and carves pretty well for a park board. It isn't my favorite pipe board. It's a unique board shape which gives it good pop, but I don't get as much speed from my pumps. It's still decent in the pipe but I wouldn't get it if you're a pipe rat. Overall, great value and excellent park board.


Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard
Already Asked: 13 Questions, 40 Answers
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Benjamin M: Reviews looked great and I want to "butter" Jan 23, 2014
kyle r: Forum for life. Jan 17, 2014
Jesse S: diggin the chili dog w/pop. Jan 10, 2014
Brenden K: Cool graphics, right size, right price! Jan 1, 2014
Barry S: Looks dope Dec 8, 2013
Jonathan D: Great Price for this board Dec 7, 2013
Ross A: The price and style. I assume it will serve me as good as forum boards past. Dec 6, 2013
Jennifer H: My son picked it out for Christmas. Dec 3, 2013
aleksandr p: had good reviews Dec 3, 2013
Alex B: swag Dec 2, 2013
Douglas K: nice board and concave Dec 2, 2013
Brennan J: great board... super fun in the park and all around Nov 29, 2013
Brandon A: Had all of the features I want for freeriding/park riding. The design was pretty cool too. Nov 22, 2013
A shopper asked: I am debating between the forum Youngblood doubledog 148 or the 2014 flow verve 149 and am torn between the 2. I am 5'3 and mostly ride park. I am an intermediate rider pushing to be better. I'm not sure what board I should get and would appreciate any feedback.
Thanks?
Feb 3, 2014
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Ross A: I can't speak for the flow board, but I got the Youngblood Doubledog 156 about a month ago. I'm a park rider myself, and I love this board. It's incredibly light and easy to spin, as well as flexible, which makes landings a lot smoother. I can also speak for its strength, as I just got back from Salt Lake City and put this board through some tuff riding (I hit a tree). It's super fast on groomers, and handles deep thick powder equally as good. Like I said, I have no idea how the flow is, but I do love the Doubledog. Hopefully this helps. Feb 3, 2014
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ryan b: thanks so much for the feedback just purchased my forum youngblood doubledog 148 and i cant wait to destroy the park on it. Feb 4, 2014
kyle r: Try out forum i'm 25 now and i've been riding them since i was 16. Forum makes a great park board and the double dog is boss because of the double camber It can be ridden everywhere on the mountain and you'll get a lot of pop off this board off the lips of the jumps. I would recommend it i love mine. Feb 5, 2014
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Brenden K: I just recently got the doubledog 156, very happy with my purchase! Never heard about flow, sorry. Feb 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm lookin at the forum Youngblood in a 152 I'm 5' 7" but weigh 200 ha. Wld this still be ok?? Dec 27, 2013
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Brandon A: I'm 5'9 at 200lbs and have a 156". I'm not sure how much different the 152 is from the 156 as far as weight limits go, but the 156 is great and I don't feel like there would ever be a problem. The flex is great and is still fairly stable when gaining speed, but I mainly use it for park riding. Sorry this isn't professional advice, but I don't think a 152 would be a problem for your build. Dec 27, 2013
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Tavian N: No weight is more important than height with regards to boards. Get one that fits your weight range probably closer to 160+ Dec 27, 2013
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aleksandr p: I bought the 152 and im 5'5 at 153. but i think you will be fine if you like the shorter boards. Dec 27, 2013
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shaun v: It's the best board ever.... its fck in sick Dec 27, 2013
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RJ C: You have to know forums wides com paired to others look like a regular sized board if your going to get a wide I suggest another board Dec 27, 2013
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Nathaniel C: I'd go with the 156 at the bare minimum. Otherwise, it's gonna feel like you're on a snowskate Jan 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: is this board good for mountain or is it more park? Jan 9, 2014
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Nicholas D: Ive only used my new youngblood doubledog snowboard once so far. I shredded steamboat CO for 4 straight days of powder. Definitely can say its not the easiest for powder riding due to the shape of the board as well as i personally feel tht its just more meant for park, jumping n jibbing. Reallly sat well boardsliding rails n tubes but lil squirly on big wide butter boxes due to the flex points. So in total, the bit that i rode in the park w it it was fine n had no complaints and same for regular groomed riding, but if you'll be riding pow n tree runs i say look elsewhere. Frigggin love the pop n flexy feel of this deck though. For the majority of the midwest riding ill be doing itll work fine for me. Hope this helps! Jan 23, 2014
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Tracey M: It's more for park Jan 9, 2014
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kyle r: all mountain for me. Feb 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: should I choose this or the dc ply? I ride pretty much everything but mainly park. I like the soft skate like feel, and I don't know what to get Nov 28, 2013
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Spencer S: I don't know anything about dc boards I only ride forum, but I got this as my park board. It's a real good price rocker board, but it's a bit on the heavy side (19lbs with forum republic bindings). Very flexy, makes for easy buttering. If I had a choice and money wasn't an issue I would have bought a Never Summer, but I got my whole set up for less than their deck. Nov 30, 2013
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Nicholas k: hey man - I dont know much about the DC - The only thing I can tell you about this board is that its has more flex and softer than i thought. Ive used it for about a month - havent taken it into a park yet (none really open) - but as an all mountain - it rides well - it sucks on ice. Overall a pretty fun board. Nov 30, 2013
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Rylan M: I have purchased this board I was stuck between the two as well... The board is by far the best board I have ever ridden . The board can do anything you ask it to do and more it's great on jobs and jumps and pipe. I have taken it in deep pow and was very impressed definetly the board to buy in my opinion Nov 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can I fit large bindings on this board without a wide or do I need a wide? Nov 11, 2013
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Brandon A: I got a pair of Large Flow Flite 2 bindings and they fit fine, with room to spare if you need to adjust them, perpendicularly, forward or backward. You don't need the wide model. My boot hangs over a little more than I'd like (not really a big deal). I angle my bindings so its not that noticeable. Dec 19, 2013
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RJ C: Yeah, you'll be okay that's what I ride and have to problems with toe drag or anything Dec 11, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Yes you can fit size large bindings on the Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard. Dec 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: If I'm 180 and 5 ,11 with a size eleven shoe should I get the 157 wide or the 156 regular? Jan 7, 2014
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Lannie EStaff: The Forum Youngblood sizing really depends on if your feet are still growing. You can get by with a size 11 on a regular board if your binding has enough lift but the best and safest way to go is to get the 157 in wide. Jan 9, 2014
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kyle sch asked: What bindings fit this board well? I heard forums are really small and alot of bindings dont fit. Could u give me few brands that would? Ordered the 156cm Dec 18, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Hello Kyle,

The Forum Youngblood Doubledog Snowboard has a fair consitent waist width across the industries standards of each length. The Youngblood board is compatible with any bindings that feature 4x4 or 4x4 discs.

Check out the link to see all of the bindings that would fit on the Youngblood: http://www.the-house.com/4x4-bindings.html
Dec 19, 2013
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kyle sch asked: I just ordered the 156cm youngblood and im wondering, I am a size 10.5 boot. Will that be okay or no? Will it be too much overhang. What can I do Dec 9, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Hi Kyle,

You'd be okay on the 156 Forum Youngblood with size 10.5 boots. If you keep your angle between 12°-15° you should be good to go.
Dec 9, 2013
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Shane asked: I'm 5'6 135 lbs intermediate rider. Would the 148 be a perfect size to get? Also I'm a sz 9 in shoes Mar 7, 2014
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CONNOR E asked: Should I get this board regular or wide? I am 6' 150 lbs. and I wear size 12 boots and I like riding park mostly but I ride in powder too. Any feedback would be great. Feb 10, 2014
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Alex H. asked: I really like this board but im scared that its gonna be too heavy. Is it? Dec 1, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Not at all...the youngblood is a high end performance board and thus will not be heavy at all. Dec 1, 2013
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