- Twins: A freaky freestyle bunch. Each board in this group is built with a perfectly balanced twin shape, flex and centered stance for a comfortable feel whether riding regular or switch. The flex, profile and 3BT shaping varies to suit everyone's riding style from backcountry booters to backyard jib sessions.
- Rocker Type: Twin 3BT - This twin 3BT flavor comes with a wide centerbase and base uplift that begins at the binding edge. The base uplift angle is mellow and offers a relaxed jib feel. The wide centerbase aids stability on takeoffs, landings, in presses. Designed for terrain parks and overall freestyle riding.
- Core Core' - Full poplar with beech hardwood laid tip to tail along the inserts to enhance the board's jib, jump and freestyle riding attributes. The added beech hardwood strengthens the board's backbone and puts out potent pop while still offering a comfortable lateral flex.
- Base: Super Slick X - Not a basic extruded base. It has the highest molecular content available for an extruded base. That mean's it's super slick, durable and maintenance-free.
- The inevitable heat death of the universe is coming so you better log those snowy park laps before you're riding the plastic slopes of hell at a religious compound in West Virginia. But seriously, the Global Warmer is made for hot park laps with a twin, wide, stable shape, fiery pop and unique flex that's soft tip-to-tail, but boosted by horizontal slabs of carbon fiber underfoot.
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Details: Triple Base Technology is all about blending the benefits of camber and rocker into a design that actually works. 3BT divides the nose and tail into three sections: a sidebase section on the toeside, a centerbase section and a sidebase section on the heelside. The toeside and heelside base areas are gradually uplifted starting outside of the binding area. The total uplift distance and angle starts at zero under the bindings and gradually increases towards the widest points of the board. This design produces remarkable changes in the way the board rides. The board keeps a full tip to tail camber backbone so it has loads of pop, suspension and control. The tips further boost pop since their concavity focuses and amplifies ollie pressure. Turns are easier, edge-to-edge transitions are swifter and edge hold is more solid. The angled sidebases generate the playfulness, forgiveness and less edge catch that rockered designs are praised for. The boards haul ass because when pointed straight there is less edge drag in the snow slowing you down. The hull shaped nose acts like a ship in powder, planing and floating on top. The benefits are unreal, really.