The Kid´s Squash powder swallowtail shape is designed to allow kids to have more fun on the mountain with a powder shaped short swallowtail that floats like a boat, carves like a dream, catches so much air their guaranteed to scream. Last season we decided that enough is enough it´s time to let the kids get their hands on this fun ride!
Designed to let kids have more fun on the mountain no matter the condition because that´s what snowboarding is all about and the easiest way to have fun is to ride a board like the Squash. From pow days to sunny groomer days - the kid´s Squash snowboard performs in all sorts of conditions; the tapered swallowtail shape offers a dreamy float through pow and the perfect blend of a Progressive Sidecut and Trüe Camber allows anyone to lay into carves like a certified boss. This kid´s specific Tapered Swallowtail Shaped powerhouse will allow the next generation to charge with finesse through the choppiest conditions, while the Sintered Speed Formula HD Base will get the lightest ripper out of the flats with ease. If you are looking for something more than the standard popsicle shaped kids snowboard and something to have fun on during the pow days or just groomer park days then do like the pros and Squash It!
Sintered Speed Formula HD Base
Trüe Camber is good old standard camber, which provides the stability, and pop many shreds can´t live without. The amount of snap and suppor t you get from a cambered board is unrivalled by any other camber design. Our Trüe Camber varies between board models because each board is specifically designed for a cer tain terrain or type of riding, for example the Trüe Camber in our Pantera has a larger height for maximum response, while the Trüe Camber in our freestyle boards are lower to provide you with a more freestyle friendly flex, without losing the suppor t and trust you need for stomping landings. Camber is Camber there is no point in over complicating it!
Directional shapes generally feature a longer, softer nose and a shorter, stiffer tail. These shapes thrive in an all-mountain environment, as they possess the ability to ride more smoothly than their twin-tip counterparts and behave more reliably in variable snow conditions, anywhere from choppy snow to deeper powder. More twin-looking directional shapes where the difference between nose and tail appear minimal will perform best as crossover freestyle snowboards for those looking to still access the park, while more exaggerated differences will excel for additional float in deep powder.