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Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard

Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard
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Description: Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard

Holy Moly, Rocky, where did you get that board? The House now has the exclusive Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard. This teched-out board has everything, just not a rider. Grand Pops uses enhanced pop zones to increase surface area inside the tip and tail to create an aggressive ollie platform. The lower camber height stabilizes the deck for more controlled presses. Swingers Club shaves tip and tail wood to reduce swing weight without sacrificing strength. Let us get to the core. The lightweight wood and beech inlays in the Really Light Core makes it the lightest strongest core in the family. The Car Bomb Carbon Booms are carbon inlays and act as spring bombs to increase ollie height, energy absorption, and edge control. The Really Fast Base has pre-injected wax into the Sintered Base to maximize drop-in speed. This board is so durable it did not even break when it fell from Heaven.

Key Features of the Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard:
  • Grand Pops
  • Twin
  • Really Light Core
  • Light Triax with Carbon
  • Really Fast Base
  • Car Bomb Carbon Booms
  • Swingers Club
  • Flex: 5
Length (cm) 152 155 158
Effective Edge (cm) 116 119 122
Tip Width (cm) 29.25 29.46 29.67
Waist Width (cm) 25.1 25.2 25.3
Tail Width (cm) 29.25 29.46 29.67
Sidecut (m) 7.43 7.63 7.83

Holy Moly II

4.5 / 5.0
2 Reviews
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This board is awesome. Poppy and handles well in the snow. However it does chip really easy. First time I used my board it chipper in three spots.
March 24, 2015
1 year ago
Best board ever!
First new board I've purchased and I am not disappointed! My friends who ride forums all told me to get it as they all said forum is the best board they've ridden and I completely agree! Rides like a Ferrari, great pop and response, and just looks so da*** cool! I love this board!
March 9, 2016
9 months ago

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I have a forum peter line from 1999. its been the best board ive ever ridden and wanted another forum, and for it to last as long too
joseph w on Nov 29, 2014
I have a forum peter line from 1999. its been the best board ive ever ridden and wanted another forum, and for it to last as long too
joseph w on Nov 29, 2014
I'm torn between this and a DWD Maet and a DWD genovese, which board will be just as good for jumps as it is for rails?
Ben M on Apr 2, 2016

I would recommend the Holy Moly II because of the poppy camber, great for ollies and launching off of lips and jumps, while the flat areas near the tip and tail allow you to really lock in presses.
Hey i got a destroyer doubledog and all I do is ride rails and jumps, I also compete so there is a slalom and boardercross aspect too. I also like to do butters and such. I am wondering if the difference in flex of the holy moly 2 will impede on my rail game, I really dig forum but I am thinking i might be better off with a bataleon or lobster board because of the 3bt. But I LOVE forum. So will this board perform good on rails?
Ben M on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard is one of the most well rounded boards of all time. From the park to freeriding, the HMII has tons of pop and holds a great edge.
How would the year warranty work on this board considering forum got boughten out?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That's be a good question for our warranty reps. 1 (800) 409-7669
I'm loving everything I'm reading and hearing about this board, and I never thought id see a forum board again! I'm about 185pds and 6'1", riding a 158 Burton Royal right now, would a 155 still give me everything I'm use to and more?
Jonathan G on Dec 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jonathan,
For full disclosure... this is an original Forum Snowboard. It is a 2014 model... which is the very last year before Burton Folded them. We picked up all remaining examples. I think this Holy Moly II in a 155cm length will be just a bit too small. I would look at the 158cm... that will be a better option, but about as small as you want to go. In the end... I too miss Forum... and am happy he have a few left!
Is this worth while to purchase if this brand is no longer producing boards after this one?
A shopper on Feb 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely, Forum was just a sister company for Burton in essence. So they bought out the company. But I've been riding a forum board my whole life and they have been the best quality board I've seen. I actually would encourage you to buy this board because it is one of the last forum decks ever manufactured. I have this board with a set of Rome targa bindings. LOVE IT!!
what color does the 155 come in?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2016

Kenneth is right, the color scheme looks great
Would a 155 be too small for me? I am 6'1 and 150 lbs, with a size 13, but use large Burton custom bindings.
A shopper on Jan 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 155 would be a good fit for your size. Width is up to you, whether you're alright hoping on a regular board vs a wide board.
I'm a huge Forum fan, and have been riding the Destroyer for years (I got a new one every year). I hate they're out of business, but considering now to buy this Holy Moly as a last Forum board. Anybody who could tell me how this board rides compared to the Destroyer (which is defintily the best board ever (for me))?
Peter D on Dec 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Peter! Long Live Forum! The Destroyer and the Holy Moly II actually are very similar. One of the main differences is that the Holy Moly II features a Grand Pops profile (Camber between the feet with a flat and stable zone from the contact points stretching out to the tip and the tail). It's a cool combo that will help you to stay stable and get pop because of the camber, while pressing easily as a result of the flat zones. They are more similar than different. Both have around the same flex, both have car bomb carbon inlays, and they both are ripping twin tip park boards. There's no question that the Holy Moly II will leave you satisfied.
Hello, This board looks great! I'm mostly an all-mountain type of guy, sometimes experimenting with a few off-trail jumps. Looking at something that will handle well with powder and also groomed tracks. Will this board work? Also, I'm 5'7 and 130 lbs, is 155 a good length on this?
playerlac on Dec 8, 2015
As you are rather light, Forum (burton) suggests that the 152 length is going to be a better option for you... though you could physically ride the 155. This Holy Moly II would be great for what you are describing.
Will this board work with all Flow bindings? Size large.
Hatch on Dec 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Ib! Yes, Flow bindings will work with this board.
Does anyone have this board that could give me their review of it? I have looked all over the internet and can't find one. I don't really want to buy this board when I can't find it to test ride it, and there are no reviews out there about this board.
A shopper on Feb 28, 2015
A fair question indeed! This is a unique board actually... specifically a 2014 Forum Holy Moly II. As you may well know Burton ended Forum's product line at the end of 2013. We exclusively purchased their preview products for 2014 (which is why you do not see reviews). The board is basically exactly a 2013 model, and if you google that you will find some reviews. Guf posts a The-House review below the picture too. Basically this is going to be a responsive and poppy ride built into a sturdy and simple board. Kinda cool to have a very limited board. Finally, if you live around St. Paul, MN you are encouraged to come check out our stuff! For more info please feel free to chat with one of our ski specialists: 1 (800) 409-7669 too.
Does anyone have this board that could tell me how they like it and give me a quick review? I have found limited (limited as in 1 review) reviews about it, and I can't find this board anywhere to test it out.
A shopper on Feb 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you haven't already, check out the video that's on this Forum Holy Moly II Snowboard product page. It's located under the boards' pictures.
Would the 158 fit me? I am 5'11 180 lbs with size 11 burton ruler boots and large burton bindings
hunter s on Dec 6, 2014
This Forum board will work fro your height and weight, but is close to being too narrow.