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DINOSAURS WILL DIE 2015 THE SIXTIES

DINOSAURS WILL DIE 2015 THE SIXTIES

SKU# DWD5BDSIXTIES

Camber Profile: Camber

Terrain: All Mountain Freestyle

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Regular Price: $474.99

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Details
SIxtIes

What’s new?
This entire model!!! We’ve busted the 160 cm barrier… hold on tight! With our tall ass OG Dino, Andrew Geeves, back on board, it was time to take that plunge and save him from having to take the powder plunge over the nose of his ‘little’ 159 cm board, again, and again, and again. Thanks for you patience with this one everybody!

What’s tried and true?
Although this is a new model in the line, it reects a lot of Andrew’s input and it very much resembles the Kwon from last season (13/14), just bigger. Lowrise camber and an all mountain board built on a freestyle chasis!

The graphic story:
With a board series that is going to involve only boards in the one sixty range, what better name than just that… the Sixties. It also posed a challenge that we wanted to take on. Snowboarding is no stranger to 1960’s inspired themes, but for the most part it is only the LSD, hippy, tie-dye, graphics that you see. We want to take this opportunity to do what we do with most everything else, and dig a little deeper. What else inspiring and amazing was happening in the 1960s and how can we put our spin on it? Long and short of it, there is no lack of material! For this rst inaugural oering we get our inspiration from the late Ed Roth, a 1960’s illustrator most known for his character, Rat Fink, and the Weird-oh’s series. He was deeply involved in the custom hot rod culture during the 1960s as well. Just as his Weird-oh’s series depicted oversized monsters driving small hot rods, we’re just big kids riding these little toys we call snowboards.