Forum’s Park Boards Win Three TransWorld Good Wood Awards


Forum Snowboards is pleased to announce the Destroyer ChillyDog, Youngblood ChillyDog and Women’s Sauce have earned Good Wood from TransWorld SNOWboarding in their respective Park board categories for the 2011 winter season. The backbone of our line, these park boards represent everything Forum stands for. “We’re constantly working to develop new ways to make freestyle riding more fun for the team guys and for anyone that picks up Forum gear. It’s great to hear that our freestyle focus has paid off and Good Wood testers chose our boards as the best in the park,” states David Friend, Forum Senior Global Marketing Manager.
Taking top honors in Over $400 Park boards (and it’s only $429!) for the second year in a row, the Destroyer ChillyDog is built for all-out destruction. Forum’s new ChillyDog with Pop has the stability, predictability, and forgiving feel of continuous rocker, but with added Pop zones that help load up the nose and tail for even more ollie power. Ollie pop is further amplified by Booter Boosters to ensure you clear every gap, every time.

Representing the crew that continually pushes what can be done on a snowboard, this year’s Youngblood ChillyDog wins Good Wood in the Under $399 Park category (also for the second year in a row), and proves once again why it’s a mainstay in the Forum line. ChillyDog with Pop brings continuous rocker fun with the ollie pop that riders need. Youngblood Alek Oestreng says, “The Youngblood ChillyDog is a perfect park board. It’s soft, but still stable and super poppy. It’s a good combo that makes it good for everything from the smallest jibs to big kickers.”

Rounding out the stoke, The Sauce featuring Women’s ChillyDog secures the Good Wood seal of approval for Women’s Under $399 Park boards. Providing a fun, catch-free ride, this continuous rocker is built specifically for women’s bodies by featuring a slightly lower rocker height and a softer core profile between the feet.

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