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Forum Conflict


$450.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent performance and control on pipes. More pop than lower-priced Forum boards. Higher speeds on groomed runs than other Forums at or below this price level.

The Cons:Higher rigidity than some Forums makes rails and jibbing more difficult. Performance on powder is not as good as some models at this price point.

The Conflict is a mid-range park-style snowboard from the Forum company. Featuring an updated graphic with three different sizes available, this model utilizes Forum's "Camber" profiling design for excellent performance that combines speed, control and durability.

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Twin directionality provides limitless freestyle maneuvering by supporting both regular and switch sides, with Forum's "GnarLE" nose and tail technology incorporating SLW (Sustainable Lightweight Wood) reducing overall weight without compromising strength. Light Triax glass composite has been used to promote flexibility for smooth and forgiving landings, while a sintered base design minimizing board-catch on pipe lips. In addition, the Conflict features "Swinger's Club" technology for further weight reduction for responsive board spin, and "Booter Boosters" carbon stranding technology for direct response when launching off of jumps or executing flat-ground ollies. 

Features

  • Available in 154, 157 and 160 (Black/Orange/Blue/White)
  • Camber power profile shaping
  • Twin-like directionality
  • Super GnarLE Sustainable Lightweight Wood construction
  • Light Triax glass laminate
  • Formula sintered base design
  • Swinger's Club tip and tail technology
  • Booter Boosters carbon strand design
  • Stiff tailpiece 

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    Excellent performance and control on pipes

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    More pop than lower-priced Forum boards

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    Higher speeds on groomed runs than other Forums at or below this price level

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    Good edge hold makes carving easier than many entry-level boards

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    Lighter than many more expensive boards

Cons
  • 1

    Higher rigidity than some Forums makes rails and jibbing more difficult

  • 1

    Performance on powder is not as good as some models at this price point

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