Released January, 2010
The Pros:Lots of flex to let you move the way you want. Finish is durable and resists scratches. Lots of pop, easy to grab air with it for quick ollies.
The Cons:Doesn't have the stiff control needed for hard carving.
The Contract is an entry-level park-style snowboard from the Forum company. Featuring "Pop Camber" construction technology for maximum surface area, this model introduces an updated graphic layout and is available in four different lengths.
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Twin directionality enables riders to execute tricks that land in both regular and switch positions, with "Bad Ass" core construction providing a strong and durable center while maintaining a reasonable overall weight. "Bad Ass Glass" laminate covering promises a 20-percent increase in strength from the previous Contract model, while an "0-60" base unit helps to propel natural gravitation levels for functional street-style freestyling. This model also features beveled edges that minimize catching or clipping that can lead to serious rider injury, with additional "Bad Ass" materials that include thick edges, crack-proof coating and overall solid wood construction.
- Available in 146, 148, 150 and 152 (Black/White) centimeter sizes
- Pop Camber profile design
- Twin directionality
- Bad Ass core technology
- Bad Ass Glass laminate
- 0-60 base unit
- Beveled edges
- Bad Ass materials
User Reviews (2)
lots of flex to let you move the way you want
finish is durable and resists scratches
lots of pop, easy to grab air with it for quick ollies
real light, easy to carry around and doesn't hold you down
forgiving enough for beginners, good board to get started on
glides over bumps smoothly, buttery feel
doesn't have the stiff control needed for hard carving
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