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Forum Star


$450.00 Released October, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Works well for all-mountain riding. Good handling in the park. Extruded FreeBase edges have great grip for sharp turns on groomers.

The Cons:Hard to grab air with it, tends to glide over ramps instead of launching.

The Forum Star is a women's snowboard that comes equipped with a variety of features including ChillyDog, the women's-specific forgiveness profile, a gnar core, and Swinger's Club.

The Star comes equipped with ChillyDog, which is the women's specific forgiveness profile that features a continuous catch-free rocker that is designed with predictability and stability for a forgiving ride.

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It feautres a slightly lower rocker height and a softer core profile between the feet to accomodate the female rider. The Star also comes with a gnar core, which is made of high-grade aspen, making the board lightweight, strong, and responsive. The Star also comes with additional technology in the Swinger's Club, where the tip and tail of the wood core are precisely shaved to save the wood without sacrificing durability.
This model is highly related to the Forum Spinster, with differences only in that the Star has a twin-like shape, and the Spinster offers a twin shape.

Features

  • women's snowboard
  • ChillyDog - women's specific forgiveness profile
  • continuous catch-free rocker
  • gnar core
  • Swinger's Club
  • twin-like shape
  • biax laminate
  • freebase
  • soft flex
  • sizes: 142, 146, 149, 152

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Pros
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    works well for all-mountain riding

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    good handling in the park

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    extruded FreeBase edges have great grip for sharp turns on groomers

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    can take the rails without scratching up or showing scuffs

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    rocker design perfect for quick switching

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    landings are very stable, no bounce or vibration

Cons
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    hard to grab air with it, tends to glide over ramps instead of launching

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