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Forum Scheme


$540.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Strong, consistent edging - promotes even riding and flotation on light powder. Superb handling - minimal drag enables high-energy maneuverability coming out of turns. Stiff, lightweight construction is conducive to freestyle riding - jumps and spin tricks are especially easy to execute.

The Cons:Capable of travelling alarmingly fast speeds - not recommended for inexperienced users below the intermediate or expert level. Not suitable for advanced rail/tabletop applications - board is likely to chip/snap due to lightweight construction.

A unique design by Forum Snowboards, the Forum Scheme is an all-mountain snowboard that has stylish designs to go along with its great collection of features. The tight transition zone in the tail and nose of the board improve contact while the geometry satisfies riders of all types.

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Along with the slick formula base and smooth flex, the board also features the artwork of Bob Ross, an original DIY artist. Since snowboarding has many different aspects, the Forum Scheme is an ideal choice for those who love free riding and tearing through parks.

Features

  • SHAPE: Twin-like
  • CORE: Gnar
  • LAMINATES: Light Triax
  • BASE: Formula
  • FEATURES: Swinger's Club
  • SNOWBOARD SIZES: 154, 154W, 156, 156W, 158, 158W, 162
  • SNOWBOARD FLEX: 5

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    Strong, consistent edging - promotes even riding and flotation on light powder

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    Superb handling - minimal drag enables high-energy maneuverability coming out of turns

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    Stiff, lightweight construction is conducive to freestyle riding - jumps and spin tricks are especially easy to execute

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    Bob Ross graphic is humorous and appealing - shows respect to the artist while acknowledging 21st-century influence

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    High-speed capabilities are ideal for long mountain runs - board sails smoothly over choppy, inconsistent snow

Cons
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    Capable of travelling alarmingly fast speeds - not recommended for inexperienced users below the intermediate or expert level

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    Not suitable for advanced rail/tabletop applications - board is likely to chip/snap due to lightweight construction

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