Asymmetrical shaping improves heelside turn initiation and control with different radii for the heel and toeside edges. Topless construction improves durability and reduces weight. A sintered base supplies a faster more durable ride. You’ll go wee-wee-wee all the way through the park because this little piggy is a park-focused deck that packs all the fun of our WARPIG into a twin shape.
- Twin Hybrid Rocker
- Asymmetrical Quadratic Sidecut
- Cleave Edge™
- Sintered, Stone Ground Base
- NEW! Performance™ Core
- Double Impact Plates
- Topless Topsheet
- Hybrid Glass
- Roll-In Construction
This bend is a hybrid of both camber and rocker, where rocker is the opposite curvature of camber. It has camber underneath both feet and rocker in between the feet, as well as outside the feet. The nose and the tail are lifted off of the snow which makes for a super-playful, floaty ride by reducing the ability to catch your edge and allowing the board to plane better in deep snow. The camber underfoot gives you edge control and pop where you want it, without sacrificing that playfulness where you need it. Flying V can make a board feel softer than its Camber counterpart. For example the Process Flying V vs. Process Camber; Flying V will feel softer even though they have the same materials. Geared towards beginner to intermediate and freestyle riders but provides a versatile platform for progression and exploration.
Asymmetrical boards offer an additional dimension to snowboard design. With a designated toe and heel edge, asymmetrical boards truly realize that your foot is definitely *not symmetrical*. The toe edge is generally slightly longer with a shallower, less aggressive sidecut and the heel edge is generally slightly shorter with a deeper, more reactive sidecut. This is all designed to minimize rider fatigue, while maximizing performance through easier, more natural feeling heelside turns for better response, better carving and more fun!
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