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Forum Deck Snowboard

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
Shape:
  • Twin
Camber:
  • Rocker
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Gnar Core
Base:
  • Extruded
Sidecut:
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Forum Deck Snowboard

The Forum Deck Snowboard is a great board for those just learning how to snowboard. The board features Rocker technology that is designed to help with balance and stance. The Forum Deck Snowboard offers the pop and responsiveness of a camber board without the difficulty of steering. The board is made in the common twin style shape and features a slightly extruded base. The Forum Deck Snowboard is a great board for freestyle riding and its powerful core ensures that you can conquer even the roughest snows.

Key Features of the Forum Deck Snowboard:
  • Profile: Combo Platter
  • Shape: Twin
  • Core: Gnar
  • Laminate: Biax
  • Base: FreeBase
  • Buttercup
  • Booter Boosters
  • Swingers Club
  • Flex 4
Dimensions
Length (cm) 151 154 157
Effective Edge (cm) 116 119 122
Tip Width (cm) 29.25 29.46 29.67
Tail Width (cm) 29.25 29.46 29.67
Waist Width (cm) 25.1 25.2 25.3
Sidecut (m) 7.437 7.63686 7.839

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Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "My first!"

    , Boulder,CO
    Pros: Smooth Stability,Great Value,Lots of Pop, Cons:

    This is was my first board and it has been awesome to learn on. I will probably upgrade to something lighter next season, but this has been great to start out with. Would recommend to any new boarder because it is so stable.


Forum Deck Snowboard
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael S: I saw this board in many FORUM team videos and it peak my interest. also the combo platter profile is unique had to have it Jan 4, 2014
Santiago M: Im hispanic and a beginner level snowboarder and this seems like the perfect board for me. Thanks The House for the deal!!! Nov 23, 2013
travis w: i like forum boards and this is more my taste in a board Jul 21, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm 5'10 175 lbs.. What size board should I get? Nov 18, 2013
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Andrew B: If you are just starting to learn snowboarding there are lots of things to consider. Type of riding, amount of flex, direction of camber, length, and stance are all things to keep in mind. For big hill riding a longer board with a regular camber is a safe bet. I'm 5'9 and I ride a 153cm which is as long as I would go. You could consider a 155cm and still be fine. As for cambers (the direction the board is naturally flexed when looking at the side of the board) it depends on riding style. A regular camber is good for starting out. Reverse camber is good once you've become fundamentally sound and want to start jibbing and hit the park. Then there are also other unique camber styles which all are designed for different types of riding. The more flexible the board, the more easily you will catch edges if your in experienced.. But don't go to stiff.. For starting out I would recommend a 4-6 flex rating 1 being super flexible. Stance is hard to tell cause everyone is different but if you get a twin board (the board is the same shape riding regular and switch) I would recommend a 15 degree -15 degree binding placement so you can learn to ride both normal and switch and adjust to your own comforts.. Shoulder width stance.. Too close and you will have trouble balancing too far and you will experience uncomfortable groin pains.. But above all just strap on a board and go do it..you will learn your own riding style before too long. And don't get discouraged very few people can jump on a board and be good its worth the wait and falls and you will get it..snowboarding is challenging at first and unbelievably rewarding when you get it. Good luck Dec 1, 2013
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First Name L: If you are specifically asking about this Forum board then I'd say a 154 would be the right size for you for all around mountain riding. If you are really wanting a smallish jib board then you could go for the 151. Nov 30, 2013
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Mark B: What I did was measure from the ground to my chin and that's how I picked my board. You can also check the site's sizing chart for a better way to choose. Nov 30, 2013
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Scott S: 150 - 156 cm Dec 5, 2013
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aaron b: 154 Dec 1, 2013
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Jackson I asked: Does this model have the double dog rocker or just plain rocker? Mar 9, 2014
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MARK G: Has a double dog rocker bought it for my 16 year old son who really loves it.. Mar 9, 2014
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Federico B: Its kind of flat between bindings, camber under feet and rocker on tips Mar 9, 2014
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Andrew H: Double Dog. Super buttery tip and tail with a solid, stable middle. Mar 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Im 5'5 200lbs size 9.5 boot whats size would be good for me 151 or 154? Feb 20, 2014
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James D: You're a tough size buddy. you don't fit properly on any sizing chart, which means.... You decide what feels best for you. If you don't already own a board you should rent a board 2 days in a row. Rent a long board one day and a short board the next and see which one you like better. It's going to mostly come down to what you're doing on it though. If you're just riding the mountain go with the longer board. In this case the 154 but with your weight you could probably go all the way up to a 157 and still feel comfortable. If you're looking to ride park, you're going to want to go smaller. I'm 5'9 200lbs and I take a 150 to the park. Board size is merely suggested at first but if I were to make a suggested scale for you, it would be All Park: As low as 147 to All Mountain: As High as 157. 157 will feel extremely big on you as it will probably come up to the top of your head. But, with your weight you should still have plenty of control over it. A 147 you will be able to toss around in any direction you please with a quickness, but you won't be able to carve or slow yourself down as well because of your weight and the loss of length on your edges. I hope this helps, because I know it's tough being a different size and not finding a chart to give you advice on where to start. Find something in the middle of that range that fits your liking and rock it like no one else can. Mar 9, 2014
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