Stepchild Latchkey Review

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2011 Stepchild Latchkey Snowboard

Stepchild Snowboards, Hoodies, T-ShirtsThis is the Stepchild Latchkey Snowboard. The entry level twin tip board will keep any rider happy all season long. There are Stepchild Latchkey camber and Stepchild Latchkey reverse camber options, but this board is actually a camber board. The twin tip shape will keep you happy all season long because the nose and tail are exactly the same. The stance is centered and the Armadillo plates add a little bit of structural integrity. The Armadillo fiberglass reinforced plates go right underneath the bindings.The Armor core runs from tip to tail. It’s poplar wood with ABS inserts with the carbon stringers also run tip to tail, giving it a little extra pop you need to get going during your days of riding. The pre-cured Biax fiberglass runs in two directions — at 90 degrees and 0 degrees. The Structurn base is gonna keep you fast all season long as well. The laser-etched base has dimples in it kind of like a golf ball that reduce the amount of materials used and the amount of friction that will be applied to this board when you’re riding on the snow. The screened base keeps the graphic popping all season long. And the base has a One Ball Jay was finish and a soft belt sand, so when you take this board out of the wrapper you’re gonna be good to go. Throw your binding on and enjoy riding right away. The UV non-stick lacquered top sheet will keep your stickers on, and the snow off.  Stepchild Snowboards boards are made in Austria and designed and engineered in Canada. This is the Stepchild Latchkey Snowboard, go check it out!



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