The Morrow Fury Snowboard is a well-designed board that is great for doing tricks. The board uses state of the art Morr-Rock Rocker technology that is designed to provide the extra balance and flexibility needed for performing tricks. The board uses a Full-length Performance Core that is one of the most durable board cores on the market. The board comes with radial sidecuts and offers medium flex. The Morrow Fury is a great board for all mountain and freestyle snowboarding.
Key Features of the Morrow Fury Snowboard:
Morr-Rock Rocker profile for ease in landing tricks
Directional shape for both freestyle and freeride performance
360° Structural cap provides strength and responsiveness
360° Edge protection, the strongest edge around
Full-length Performance Core for a smooth, responsive ride
1000-Grade extruded die-cut base goes fast and tunes faster
Radial Sidecut for consistent and smooth turns
Stiffer tail flex providing stability and support for larger riders
Bought this for my younger brother. I have been riding for many years and consider myself pretty skilled. I bought this to introduce him to riding, and he loves it. It is built just as well as a GNU, Burton, etc, but for a lot cheaper. It is not as light or versatile, but Its perfect for his level. HE loves it and found it easy to ride. I took it down a few runs and its really a nice riding board. Spend your money on boots and bindings
I had this all through last season and it is a pretty great board. If you want to spend more money to get something lighter for park stuff, you should. This is a solid and fun freeride board, not really for pipe, etc. Dont get my wrong though, you can def do jumps, but Its more for speed and carving. I really have fun with it. Can not beat the price
I have had this Morrow for a few seasons and it has taken some big abuse and held together fine. It is a fast board for the type of base and is stiff. I would say it is a bit stiffer than what would be good for rails. It is more of a freeride board. I love it.
I have always ridden full regular camber boards up till this purchase. this is a solid board that is a perfect cross between "big moutain back country full camber stiff board" and "super flexy jello rocker board." It cuts super hard int and out of truns, shreds ice with razor sharp factory edges. This is the most nimble board I have ever ridden. The base on this thing rivals granite in it's hardness and smoothness. My only complaint and it is a small one is that you can not for the life of you keep it waxed. I have even tried the worlds hardest best race wax from www.racewax.com and it still is gone in half a session. This is my sixth board, I ride hard and fast. This board can handle anything I throw at it. Overall 9.5 out of 10. :) I will reccomend this board to any one wanting a SOLID all moutain board.
Best Answer:I believe it does. I rode it 5 times before getting it tuned and have not had any problems. I would recommend a wax after couple runs just to keep it slick and fast. This was my first board and have had it for 3 years and have had no problems....really great board. You wont be disappointed
Best Answer:Hi Chris! This is always a thing with snowboard bases. It is explained well here: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/uncategorized/die-cut-bases/. If you specifically ask the sales people to get your board, you might be able to request a color. the good new is all of the ones I looked at have exactly the same base as the photo! Basically, we cannot guarntee any.