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Forum Destroyer 156cm Men's Snowboard

A full-blown massacre is upon us. Designed for serious park-slaying, the 2012 Forum Destroyer Double Dog snowboard is one park board equip with enough ammo to annihilate anything from heavy-metal kinks to massive kickers. The 2011 Forum Destroyer offers Double Dog technology with camber sections under each foot and Rocker between the feet and in the nose and tail for an ultra forgiving ride, Swingers Club technology with a precisely shaved tip and tail to save weight without sacrificing durability, Booter Booster technology with strategically placed carbon strands running from the front foot to the nose and back foot to the tail for a direct response with better energy return and more boost, AND, last but not lease, The Destroyer features Forum's GnarLe core with alternating aspen wood and 18% sustainable lightweight wood with Grainbelt technology for critical strength at the bindings.

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Forum Destroyer 156cm Men's Snowboard

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  • 156cm Forum Destroyer snowboard.
  • Park board.
  • Twin shape.
  • Double Dog technology with camber sections under each foot plus, Rocker sections between the feet and in the nose and tail.
  • Swingers Club technology with precisely shaved tip and tail to save weight without sacrificing durability.
  • Booter Booster technology with strategically placed carbon strands running from the foot to the nose and tail.
  • GnarLe core with alternating aspen wood and 18% sustainable lightweight wood with Grainbelt technology for critical strength at the bindings.
  • Light Triax laminate.
  • Forum's Formula base.
  • Flex rating: 5.
  • Sidecut radius: 7790mm.
  • Waist width: 249mm.
  • Stance width:22.5in.
  • Suggested weight for 156: 140-200.
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