Released January, 2010
The Pros:Gains speed with very little prompting. Just enough flexibility to take it through the park. Lots of pop off of any little edge you can find.
The Cons:Is too sensitive for beginners, will end up going too fast and over-steering.
The Morrow Fury is a stylish and inexpensive all-mountain snowboard that has several features that can enhance a boarder's experience and performance. With a wood core and directional shape, the board is ideal for freestyle or freeride runs.
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The Extruded Die-Cut base provides speed and rapid rotation which is essential for certain riders. What makes the model so unique is the fact it uses a 360 Structural Cap for strength and response and a 360 Steel Edge that wraps around the board to make it extremely durable. Created for those with a beginner-intermediate level, the snowboard is available in five different lengths.
- CORE MATERIAL: Wood
- LENGTHS: 146cm, 151cm, 155cm, 159cm and 163cm
- SHAPE: Directional Standard
- BASE: Extruded Die-Cut
- ABILITY LEVEL: Beginner-Intermediate
- 360 Structural Cap
- 360 Steel Edge
User Reviews (1)
gains speed with very little prompting
just enough flexibility to take it through the park
lots of pop off of any little edge you can find
smooth stability over rough patches
stiff enough to give stable, strong landings
able to cover the whole mountain, nothing off-limits
is too sensitive for beginners, will end up going too fast and over-steering
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