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Forum Youngblood Grandpops Snowboard


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Description: Forum Youngblood Grandpops Snowboard

Even your grandpop can ride this board. The park-focused Forum Youngblood Grandpops Snowboard has so many ability-enhancing attributes that your pops could even pop on this board. The Rocker Type board exaggerates the pops zones by incorporating Grand Pops technology, an increase in surface area just inside the contact points of the nose and tail to generate crazy ollie outbursts. Booter Boosters are strategically placed carbon strands under feet extending to tail and tip to electrify energy output for mad boost. The True Twin's symmetrical design is perfectly balanced for ease of shred. The Swingers Club lightens the tip and tail to reduce swing weight so your legs aren't screaming after all-day park play. Welcome Gnar into the family. The Gnar is made entirely of high-grade Aspen for strength and response beyond belief. Unless you were riding in Australia, be the first to ride a Forum Snowboard among your friends.

Key Features of the Forum Youngblood Grandpops Snowboard:
  • Grand Pops
  • Booter Boosters
  • Swingers Club
  • True Twin
  • Gnar Core
  • Biax Laminate
Length (cm) 152 154 156
Effective Edge (cm) 118.5 119.5 120.5
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 24.9 25.0
Sidecut (m) 7.26 7.38 7.49
Stance Width (in) 22 22.5 22.5
Rider Weight (lbs) 115-175 130-190 140-200

Youngblood Grandpops

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I am 5'9" and way 145. Should I get a 152 or a 154? Ive always ridden a 156 Aperture Board, but that has probably been too big.
MtnKingWeese on Nov 27, 2014

You fit much better within the weight range of the 152cm Forum Youngblood Grandpops Snowboard.
I am 5ft 10 and weigh 135 what size should i get?
Connor L on Nov 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Connor,

You will want a 152 cm Forum Youngblood Grandpops Snowboard.

Have fun!
how does this board perform in slush and icy conditions?
[oname] $ on Nov 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Forum Youngblood Grandpops should work great in slushy or icy conditions.