Park Series 2020
Built for Streets. Parks. Rails. Boxes. General Badassery.
The original, arc-shaped profile. Camber offers a poppy suspension, with weight distributed evenly over the entire board. Cambered boards produce more pressure on the snow at the tip and tail since they have to flex further to achieve this curve. This provides amazing edge hold! Cambered boards are best for high speeds, carving and stability.
|Size||Effective Edge||Tip/Tail Length||Tip/Tail Width||Waist Width||Stance Location||Stance Setback|
|142||103||19.5 / 19.5||27.1 / 27.1||23.2||48.5||0|
|146||106.4||19.8 / 19.8||27.9 / 27.9||23.8||51||0|
|150||109.6||20.2 / 20.2||28.6 / 28.6||24.5||57.5||0|
|154||112.8||20.6 / 20.6||29.4 / 29.4||25.2||58.5||0|
|156||114||21 / 21||29.8 / 29.8||25.5||59||0|
|158||115.2||21.4 / 21.4||30.2 / 30.2||25.8||60||0|
The Park Series is a staple in the Signal line. The affordable price, medium/ soft flex, and blunted nose and tail shape make this board a top choice in terrain parks across America. A soft flex makes it easy to bend, manipulate edge to edge, and effortless to ride. The mid-wide waist width, along with a radial sidecut gives you less toe drag and heel hang.
The Park Series has won the prestigious title of Transworld Snowboarding’s 2019 Good Wood Award for a Park Board. Check the hundreds of reviews below to hear it from our members that may have a similar style to yours.
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