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Forum Youngblood Chillydog


$400.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great all-around handling in park conditions, especially for this price. Good edge hold on turns and carving. Forgiving and flexible on landings, easier to stick jumps than stiffer boards.

The Cons:Not ideal for fast conditions/powder, loses control quickly. Paint on nose and tail seems to chip easier than on comparable boards.

The Forum Youngblood Chillydog builds from the original Youngblood with the addition of Chillydog’s Continuous Rocker. The Rocker utilizes a constant arc underfoot that makes the board more stable and predictable, which means no more catching your edge on take-offs or landings.

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Like its predecessor, the Youngblood Chillydog sports the original Gnar Core, made entirely out of high-grade Hunter S. Aspen and lightweight for a more snappy and responsive ride. Signature to the Chillydog is its Freebase base, which features a slick material that waxes easy for speed. Additional features include an FGel Sidewall that dampens the board during asphalt landings; beveled edges; and a Swingers Club certification that means the Youngblood can spin quicker due to shavings in weight.

Features

  • Continuous Rocker
  • Twin Shape
  • Gnar Core
  • Biax Laminates
  • Freebase
  • FGel Sidewwalls
  • Beveled Edges
  • Swingers Club

Specifications

  • Board Shape: Twin
  • Core: Gnar
  • Laminates: Biax
  • Base: Freebase

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Pros
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    Great all-around handling in park conditions, especially for this price

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    Good edge hold on turns and carving

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    Forgiving and flexible on landings, easier to stick jumps than stiffer boards

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    Highly durable and hard bottom makes this ideal for jibs, rails, and other park techniques

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    Very affordable for these features and performance, great beginner park board

  • 1

    Very forgiving when riding switch

Cons
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    Not ideal for fast conditions/powder, loses control quickly

  • 1

    Paint on nose and tail seems to chip easier than on comparable boards

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