Weston Range Wide Snowboard 2021

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Description: Weston Range Wide Snowboard

The Range brings freestyle riding to more variable terrain. Featuring a directional twin shape, Multi Radial Twin Camber, Tip & Tail Carbon, Sintered Base, Double Edged Sidecut, and our Slayer Wood Core - the Range will empower you to get creative with your lines. Whether you want to be dropping cliffs, spinning off booters, or buttering in pow, the Range provides maneuverability with a dependable edgehold, substantial pop, and just enough setback to help you float in pow without sacrificing the ability to effectively ride switch.

Key Features of Weston Range Wide Snowboard:
  • Slayer Wood Core
  • Tip + Tail Carbon
  • UHMW PE Sidewalls
  • Double Edged
  • Laquer Topsheet
  • Sintered 4000 Base
  • Tri-Axe Glass
  • Stitched Tips
  • Flex: 7/10
Dimensions
Length 158W 161W 164W
Effective Edge 122 124.4 127
Nose Width 30.3(31.5) 30.6(31.8) 30.8(32.3)
Waist Width 25.6(26.8) 25.8(27) 25.9(27)
Tail Width 30.3(31.5) 30.6(31.8) 30.8(32.3)
Sidecut 7.7, 7.85, 7.7 7.85, 8, 7.85 8, 8.15, 8

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Rated 5 out of 5
All terrain machine
this is a one stop shop for a snowboard. this all mountain twin is the most ideal board for someone who wants a board that does it all. from powder, cliff drops, tight trees, couloirs, big mountain lines to cruising the resort and hitting park. The camber profile allows amazing pop and the side cut allows for great edge control and response. Well the early rise allows you to stay afloat in pow. I' ve taken this board in just about every condition and it performs incredibly well. This is an all mountain twin you want to have.
December 22, 2020
Vail, CO, US
Age: 25-44
Ability:
Expert
Rated 5 out of 5
My Daily Driver
This is my daily driver. Ole reliable if you will!

I've got the 158W and it is perfect for my 180# size 11.5 boot frame. If you are looking for a one board quiver, this is your board. The slight setback gives you float in pow. True twin nature gives you ability to ride switch and hit some park. Stiffness and camber give you stability hitting jumps, airing rollers, or dropping off features.

I'm an aggressive rider, but a new rider will feel very at home on this board. The rocker tip and tail give it enough forgiveness when learning, but the camber allows better edge control than full rocker.

I also beat the crap out of my board. Used to be a new board every year type of person. But, every year it gets tuned up, looking fresh, and I get another season out of it.

Really just the perfect all mountain, all in one, quiver killing board.
December 8, 2020
Denver, CO, US
Age: 25-44
Ability:
Expert

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