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Dream Catcher Women's Snowboard 2020

  • $ 375.00
  • Regular price $ 750.00
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THE PLAYFUL CHARGER

Ideal for all-mountain freeridinge and freestyle

The Dream Catcher is a high performance all-mountain board with a friendly flex.

It’s the perfect everyday, any day board as it charges in pow or on piste, yet it’s soft enough to be playful in any terrain. The Dream Catcher’s Directional shape, Directional Rocker profile and Traction Tech 2.0 edges provide stability riding through rough snow while the spooned nose and tail edges on the 3D Contour Base 1.0 reduce edge catch and make it easy to turn in tight terrain. The Dream Catcher offers high performance without skimping on materials as it’s built with a Sintered 7000 base, an Eco-plastic topsheet and a new FSC Classic Core that is specially profiled between the feet for added pop.

Product Details:

Specialty: All-mountain, Freeride

Response: Mellow  Medium  Aggressive

Flex Rating: Soft  Medium  Stiff  Very Stiff

Shape: 

3D Base Contour 1.0  Subtle yet effective 3D-base contours featuring an even balance of 2mm spoon bevel in the nose and 2mm spoon bevel in the tail. Spoon bevel starts just after the rocker point.

Directional Freeride  Confidence inspiring freeride models built for maximum performance off piste and in technical terrain. All models feature shapes designed to stomp and straight line plus a directional rocker/camber profile that delivers insane float and unmatched edge grip.

Progressive Sidecut  At the far ends of the sidecut, the radius is incrementally increased as the edge reaches the contact point. Gradually increasing the sidecut radius towards the contact point delivers smoother turn initiation and exit as the edge tracks in and out of the snow with a less abrupt transition.

Blunt Nose  "How a board glides in powder, crust, corn or any snow more than an inch deep is dictated by it's front contact point and just past it. Next time you are in soft snow watch how much snow comes over the corner of the nose near the contact point. The billowing snow coming out from behind the tip means you are plowing through it which is obviously slowing you down. By adding a blunt nose you get the float benefits of a much longer nose without the 'snow plow' rounded tip and it's extra swing weight." - Jeremy Jones