|Type:||Freeride, Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Core:||Full-Length Binary Core|
|Base:||Extruded, Die Cut Base|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Morrow Clutch Snowboard
The Morrow Clutch Snowboard should be your next snowboard. The Clutch has a Morr-Rock Rocker shape to ease the impacts of landings, as well as a good performance on flotation. It has a twin shape that will allow you to move as freely as you wish, providing also a lot of flexibility. A full length 100% wood Binary core is included so that your turns, jumps and twists are backed up by the efficient and responsive design. The Clutch Snowboard could not be more complete; a full edge protection makes it safe and provides efficiency as well as hours of fun!
- Morr-Rock Rocker profile for ease in landing tricks
- Twin tip shape for freestyle or freeride performance
- SPT sidewall for top performance and a smoother ride
- 360° Edge protection, the strongest edge around
- Die-cut base for durability, speed and performance
- Aggressive Radial Sidecut for quicker, more powerful turns
- Full-length Binary Core with Biaxial glass
- Twin tip flex is consistent riding switch or standard
|Waist Width (cm)||25.3||25.4||25.5||25.6|
|Rider Weight (Kg)||40-68||40-72||54-90||86-99|
A longer board is better for riding powder (really fluffy flakes) but gives you less control on turns; it's also good for long runs that dont have a lot of turns.
A shorter board is good for riding park (the rails and stuff) and gives you amazing control on turns and carving (sharp turning) but will be a little less controllable if you're going straight down a powder run.
While this is not a park specific board it does have a soft flex, true twin shape, and sturdy construction. Basically this will work fine if you want to dabble in the terrain park.
For the most part a 11 boot will be good on most boards. Anything above 11 will require a midwide or wide board.
It will come from the factory with a wax coat on it. Not usually the highest premium wax, but a descent start.
That posting is in Kg, not sure why, but I will convert it to pounds and re post it. Thank You. Morrow has posted for this Clutch 161 an ideal range from 180 to 220 pounds.
Good Day. For a 12 foot I would look at a Wide board. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology. Take a look: http://www.the-house.com/snbd-wide-snowboards.html
Good Day! This Morrow Clutch Snowboard is a 2012 model year.
Yes! This Morrow Clutch Snowboard can absolutely be shipped to Canada. Check-out our Canadian shipping page for more info: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/canadian-shipping/