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Head True Wide Snowboard

Head True Wide Snowboard
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Description: Head True Wide Snowboard

If you have big feet or you're just looking for a more stable platform, the Head True Wide Snowboard is just what you need under your feet. In a directional twin shape with a radial sidecut and slightly setback stance, the True Wide Snowboard stays stable on high-speed lines down steep technical terrain while delivering the edge hold you need. The responsive poplar core and camber profile give you a forgiving flex and plenty of pop, and featuring a wide design, you won't drag your toes and heels when you're carving down your favorite run.

Key Features of Head True Wide Snowboard:
  • Style: Twin Directional
  • Skill: Rookie
  • Camber: Camba
  • Extruded Base
  • Poplar Core
Dimensions
Length Waist Contact Radius Med.Stance Setback
142 24.4 108 7.5 51 1
148 24.6 114 7.7 52 1
151 24.7 117 7.8 52 1
154 24.8 120 7.9 56 1
157 24.9 123 8 56 1
163 25.1 129 8.3 58 1
155W 26.2 119 7.9 52 1
159W 26.4 122.6 8.5 53 1
163W 26.6 126.4 8.6 53 1

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what bindings are compatible with this board ?
liquidjay10 on Jan 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Correct, Leonard. Standard 4x4/2x4 mount... should be compatible with most bindings beside Burton's ESTs.
Will the head true be good for presses and butter tricks???
Ben D on Feb 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: it is a camber board so will give you a lot of snap and pop on jumps and ollies, it is not a rocker board so it won't be as forgiving in buttering tricks, but will give you more snap out of your presses than a rocker board. You can for sure butter this board if you are a more experienced rider. I hope this helps and good luck.
how many CM Wide is the Head True Wide Snowboard? I have XL bindings, i need at least a 59 Wide.
Curtis S on Feb 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Curtis,
that is in CM. 26.5 CM at the narrowest part of the board between the bindings. plenty wide enough.
good luck - this board rips.
Is this board good for Intermediate/advance riders? looking for a new board that is directional twin (always had one that was directional)? thanks!!
mozzo on Dec 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you like a medium flex board that is mostly camber than this board would work for you. Camber is a good profile for intermediate to advanced riders. The flex is a more of a personal preference.
What is the weight class for the 163w?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Weight between 150 pounds - 300 pounds
Hi there! what is contact measurement? is it the same as insert width??
A shopper on Jan 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Contact measurement is the measurement of the effective edge of the board on the snow. It is measured from the contact point at the tip of the board to the contact point at the tail of the board along the edge. It is not the same as insert width.
How much does the 161cm (W) weigh?
Ezra E on Nov 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: about 5 - 5.5 pounds - average weight for a snowboard of this size. Thanks and good luck!
How do you know if this this the right size for a person ?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can take a tape measure and in CM measure yourself from the ground up to your chin or nose. That will give you a rough estimate of the size you need. The shorter the board (Chin) the easier to turn and easier to ride in the park. The longer the board (nose) the faster and more stable it will be and will float better in the powder. The W stands for wide. This means that the board is wider than most boards and are usually good for people who have boot size 11 1/2 or larger. Thanks and pray for snow!
Is this board a good board ?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This board is an awesome board. Full wood core, sidewall construction with just enough camber to give it enough snap and pop. Great board!
How much does the 155cm (W) weight?
Han C on Apr 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Han,
I weighed a 155cm length 2015 Head True Wide Snowboard and: 6.7lbs. nice board.