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Men’s Good Wood All-Mountain Snowboards Under $450:
The 2014 Burton Process
Mark McMorris’s twin, camber ride is no stranger to big park jumps nor is it to supernatural backcountry lines. This is thanks to Scoop Tips—a longer, exaggerated tip and tail that lets you butter in the park or float in pow. All this combined with the Frostbite Edges—the sidecut extends slightly outward underneath the feet for better hold and turn initiation—holds up on hardpack, powder, and just about everything in between.
Available Sizes: 152, 155, 157, 159, 162
“Stable at high speed and fun to ride. Feels like a quality board. This is Good Wood for sure.”
Category : Men’s Good Wood All-Mountain Snowboards Under $450
Looking for reviews of the best snowboards for the 2013/2014 season? For the 15th annual TransWorld SNOWboarding Good Wood Snowboard Test we split the test into two and took 16 experienced testers to Woodward Tahoe at Boreal, California for the park test and Sierra-at-Tahoe, California for the all-mountain portion. Our testers rode hundreds of decks to deliver the best boards from the most comprehensive snowboard test in the industry.