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45/90 Carbon Hybrid Laminate
Driving the performance of the all-mountain destruction of the Blur, this laminate adds carbon for pop and lightness into a matrix that features 45 degree glass for edge power and 90 degree glass for added freestyle feel.
For boards where we want to evenly blend freestyle feel and all-mountain power, we use 90 degree and 0 degree fibers for the best of both worlds. Then we reduce the weight of the fibers to keep the board superlight. For an even blend of turning power and responsive freestyle flex, we build a matrix of lightweight fibers in 90 degree and zero degree angles.
45/90 Hybrid Laminate
New for this year in the National and Marshall, this laminate drives an all-mountain freestyle feel by combining the high response of 45 degree fibers with the 90 degree fibers that let riders feel and finesse the terrain.
StraightTriax 30 Laminate
In some boards, we want easy control over the board for laps through the park, and at the same time we want to be able to rip a Euro carve for the time on the rest of the hill. In this matrix, the 30 degree fibers allow for plenty of forgiveness in the park, while at the same time delivering power for slashing the mountain.
90/90 Carbon Hybrid Laminate
Thin bundles of carbon are woven into a 90 degree biaxial glass on top, which works with another 90 degree biaxial glass on the bottom. The result is pop from the carbon and an all-around freestyle flex from the 90 degree fibers.
StraightBiax Carbon Laminate
Starting with the jump-and-rail personality of 90 degree fibers, we add in longitudinal strips of to increase ollie pop.
For boards where the focus is on fun and a more mellow feel, pure 90 degree fibers drive the personality.