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SPRING LGCY

Description

The SPRING has a rocker profile, which is easy to ride, yet reliable in any conditions, from slopes to powder. The catch-free construction makes it the perfect board to begin with, as well as if a forgiving board character is preferred. This board is the ideal choice when looking for an easy, reliable board for any snow conditions and environment.

Facts

Skill:Starter
Camber:Rocker
Architecture:Easy Board Architecture
Base:Extruded Base

Sidecut

LengthwaistContactradiusMed. StanceSetbackRider Weight
13923,5103,55,6480,00
14323,7106,55,9500,00
14723,9109,06,8510,00
15124,4111,06,2530,00

Technologies

  • True Twin
    True Twins are built for freestyle, opening the door to a magic show of both switch and regular trickery. From park to pipe and street to indoor jibbery true twins are where it’s at.
  • Extruded Base
    Extruded bases are fast, durable and easy to maintain. These are created by bonding polyethylene pellets through heat and are less porous than Sintered bases but more durable.
  • Rocker is Head’s version of reverse camber; it is playful, easy going and most importantly fun in all terrains. But it is in powder that Rocker really comes into its own, delivering float and trick-landability by the truckload.
  • Easy Board Architecture
    Easy Board Architecture incorporates the benefits of a lightweight poplar core for a reactive, indestructible ride.

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