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Forum Destroyer Wide Snowboard

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
Shape:
  • Twin
Camber:
  • Camber
Camber:
  • Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Wide
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 Destroyer Wide Snowboard

Forum''s men''s Destroyer Wide is their Destroyer built with a wider stance for bigger riders and those whose feet won''t fit into the restricted area of a standard board. Twin and then some, the Destroyer Wide offers a wide stance and stability that just won''t quit for freestylers who want a rugged board that''ll go all day. This board is built on the Forum GNAR core and layered with a biaxial fiberglass overlay makes this board a 5 for flex. With the addition of the Swingers Clubs tail-wagging control option, this board stands out for control and stuntability. Ride this board and destroy the competition where they stand.

Key Features of The Forum Destroyer Wide Snowboard 154cm:
  • Twin
  • GNAR Core
  • Light Triax Laminates
  • Formula Base
  • Beveled Edges
  • Swingers Clubs
  • Ridden By: Pat Moore / Stevie Bell / Jake Welch / Nic Sauve / Daniel Ek / Andreas Wiig
  • Flex: 5
Dimensions
Length (cm) 154 (W)
Effective Edge (cm) 117.80
Tip Width (cm) 29.65
Tail Width (cm) 29.65
Waist Width (cm) 25.30
Sidecut (m) 7.76

Destroyer Wide


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Great, great board."

    , MINNEAPOLIS, MN
    Pros: Surprisingly good edgehold., Solid construction., TONS of fun in bumps. Cons: Not THAT wide., Lack of snack and pop.,

    I owned this board for about half a season. One thing, it's not THAT wide. The standard Destroyer is just very narrow, the wide is more a midwide. It'll probably support up to size 11.5/12, any wider than that and you're probably booting out of turns. I actually really miss this board, but it ended up not fitting into my quiver. It would have been more of an everyday kind of board, whereas I was looking for a park beater. It's stiffer than you probably think (Forum lists it at 5/10, but Forums are in general probably a bit stiffer than you'd expect). It didn't feel the best transitioning from turn to turn, but once it was in the turn... wow. Just held its edge real nicely and turned predictably. It was FANTASTIC in slush bumps when I took it out at snowboard, the reverse camber lifted it above the chop and make going from bump to bump very simple. It did feel a bit loose as reverse camber boards want to do, and the pop in the tail wasn't the best. I would love to try the 2011 version, which has Pop in the tail (some kind of carbon array I would guess), but I really did enjoy this board while I had it.

  • "Best board for the money"

    , Farmingdale, NY
    Pros: pop, such an easy board to ride, best board for the money! Cons: NONE,

    Seriously just buy this board. If you're serious into snowboarding and are looking to get into a serious setup, this is the one. You're quest to find a great board stops here. JUST BUY IT! You wont regret it.

  • "Yesssssss!"

    , SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA
    Pros: sick!, Awesome!, Pop! Cons:

    This board is so amazing! I went from my skate banana to this beast, and wow. Has pop for days and you can press it for weeks. I forgot what I was missing out on by having reverse camber, but with camber back in my life I'm shredding harder than ever. I think I'm always keeping a destroyer as my #1 go to board.


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