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Freestyle Snowboards

The Pulse snowboard features a soft flex and a forgiving profile, facilitating progression and lowering consequences for beginners. This versatile, directional twin features Bite Free Edges and Flat Out Camber for a catch-free ride. - Flex: Soft - Level of practice: Beginner, Intermediate - Snowboard Terrain: Park & Freestyle, All-Mountain - Shape: Directional Twin - Width: Regular, Wide Benefits: Versatile The Directional Twin shape is comfortable in both freeride and freestyle terrain. Stability Flat Out Camber brings a flat profile to the tip/tail and between the bindings while loaded with camber under the feet for stability and response when you need it. Forgiving Bite Free Edges for low consequence creative riding. Features: Flat Out Camber Flat profile loaded with camber under the feet for maximum stability and response when you need it. Radial Created from a perfect circle, Radial is the classic sidecut for consistent response forward and switch. Aspen Full-length Aspen wood with high-density birch stripes for improved insert retention. Directional twin A twin shape for freestyle moves with a directional flex for power at high-speed. Binding stance is set back from the center slightly. BA LD fiberglass The use of Low-density fibers allows us to produce lighter boards that keep their playful forgiving flex forever. Extruded Offers long-lasting glide with low-maintenance characteristics. FSC certified woodcore FSC-certified wood comes from forests that meet the highest environmental and social standards, supporting sustainable forest management. Standard stone finish Our basic stone finish is the industry benchmark for high-end boards, the only difference is that it’s our ‘basic’ finish. Natural wax A paraffin-free wax compound made from natural ingredients. A non-pollutant compound held to the highest standards of glide speed. Bite Free Fully detuned tip-to-tail straight from the factory for a smoother, more forgiving ride with less hang-ups. ABS The molecular structure can be described as a concrete bar combining toughness for energy transfer and dampening properties for impact absorption.
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