Jones Hovercraft 144 Women’s Snowboard 2019

2019 Model

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The Jones Hovercraft comes in a female-specific model. The women's Hovercraft is a directional all-mountain snowboard capable of nimble maneuverability, earning it a cult following all over the world. With a blunt nose, short and stiff tail, and a wide waist width — the Hovercraft is designed to be ridden shorter than your average freeride board, as the shape packs serious surface area into a compact package. The unique shape matched with a directional rocker profile and a long sidecut allows the Hovercraft to float through crud, crust, or pow. The Hovercraft features Spoon 4.0 base contours with the edges of the Spoon nose bevelled up for improved float and turn fluidity, whilst the tail edges are bevelledd up for less catch. For enhance edge grip in icy conditions, the Hovercraft also features Traction Tech.

  • SHAPE: Directional
  • CAMBER PROFILE: Directional CamRock
  • FLEX: 7/10
  • GLASS: Biax
  • CORE: Classic Core
  • TOPSHEET: Bamboo Veneer
  • BASE: Sintered 7000
  • WAIST WIDTH: 241mm
  • STANCE SETBACK: 30mm
  • Traction Tech 2.0
  • Progressive Sidecut
  • Spoon 4.0
  • Blunt Nose
  • Directional Flex Pattern
  • Mellow Magne-Traction
  • Oversized Recycled Edges
  • Recycled ABS
  • Wend Natural Wax
  • Factory Tuned
  • 3-Year Warranty

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