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Mountain Snowskate 2022

JONES Mountain Snowskate 2022

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THE SNOWY SIDEWALK SECRET WEAPON

  • SKU: J.22.SNB.SNK.XX.115.1

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Product description

The Mountain Skate is a premium snow skate that’s designed for riders of all abilities and built with cutting edge snowboard tech. The Mountain Skate’s sub deck offers both carving and freestyle performance thanks to the tapered directional twin shape, CamRock profile and 3D Contour Base 1.0. The construction of the sub deck is just like a miniature Jones board and features a poplar wood core, Biax fiberglass and recycled edges + sidewalls. The Top Deck is shaped like a concave skateboard deck and is also built with bomber snow-proven materials including a Poplar wood core, Biax fiberglass and full wrap ABS sidewalls. For added traction, the top deck is lined with a full length foam pad, and for precise turn performance, the Mountain Skate has premium, aluminum snow skate trucks.

 

SUB DECK (SKI) FEATURES

  • Directional Twin shape

  • 10 mm of taper nose to tail

  • CamRock profile - rocker tips, camber between trucks

  • 3D Contour Base 1.0 on tip + tail

  • Blunt nose

  • Progressive sidecut for smooth turn initiation

  • Length: 115cm

  • Industry standard truck insert pattern

  • Snowboard construction

TOP DECK FEATURES

■ Concave top contours with reinforced nose and tail kick

■ Directional Twin shape - nose 1cm longer than tail
■ Full length foam traction pad
■ Length: 91 cm / 36 in

■ Width: 24 cm / 9.6 in
■ Industry standard truck insert pattern

■ Jones Trucks
■ Premium Coiled leash included

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