Opening your mind to new possibilities.
Derived from the proven outline of the Jackpot, the dicey has found a solid following. We toned down the base material and profile to allow a more forgiving ride for more Derived from the proven outline of the Jackpot, the dicey has found a solid following. We toned down the base material and profile to allow a more forgiving ride for more entry-level park rats. If the black diamond features in the park are terrifying to you, the dicey is the board to help you build the courage to hit them. It’s true twin shape and park-specific kick will support your rapid progression. Fernando Elvira designed the board : “Hello snowboarders and bon vivants, my name is Fernando Elvira and I live in a small village called Algatocín, in the South of Spain. Sometimes I make skateboard graphics, sometime photo-collages, sometimes big land art projects using nothing but rocks...I love also making short videos in the outdoors for the Instagram, sometimes collaborating with the neighborhood kids.
Narrow where you want it Wide where you need it
MidBite blends the response of a narrow waist width with the stability of a wider nose & tail. The design steps a single section of each sidecut inward between the insert packs. This single long disruption of the sidecut between the bindings creates a narrower waist width, providing quicker edge-to-edge response. Meanwhile, from your bindings out to the end of the sidecut we maintain a wider board width that improves float in pow and is a stable platform for popping, spinning, and landing on any snow type
Our baseline core for tip to tail woodcore snowboard construction. Strikes a predictable balance between durability, consistent flex and light weight.
Just like it says. This material is formed by extrusion. It is softer than our other two bases, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. At the speeds many of us ride, this material is actually quick-er (gets up to speed faster) than sintered when waxed correctly. You may have your own proof of this when you’re smoking by someone with a dried out “high-end” base. It also retains wax better because it’s more porous and is easy to fix with a P-Tex stick if you get scratches in it.
|Board Length (cm)||152||154||156||158|
|Surface Area (dm2)||40,3||41,2||42||42,9|
|Tip Length (cm)||20,9||21||21,2||21,3|
|Tail Length (cm)||20,9||21||21,2||21,3|
|Effective Edge Length (cm)||115,3||117||118,7||120,4|
|Contact Length (cm)||110,3||112||113,7||115,4|
|Waist Width (cm)||25||25,2||25,4||25,6|
|Front Foot Width (cm)||26||26,3||26,4||26,6|
|Rear Foot Width (cm)||26||26,3||26,4||26,6|
|Tip Width (cm)||30||30,3||30,5||30,7|
|Tail Width (cm)||30||30,3||30,5||30,7|
|Rocker / Camber (mm)||R0.2-C0.4-R0.2||R0.2-C0.4-R0.2||R0.2-C0.4-R0.2||R0.2-C0.4-R0.2|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||06.Sep||7||7,2||7,4|
|Ref. Point (cm)||55,9||57,2||58,4||59,7|
|Ref. Point (in)||22||22,5||23||23,5|
|Ref. Stance Setback (cm)||0||0||0||0|
|Min Ref. Stance Width (cm)||51,9||53,2||54,4||55,7|
|Min Ref. Stance Width (in)||20,4||20,9||21,4||21,9|
|Max Ref. Stance Width (cm)||59,9||61,2||62,4||63,7|
|Max Ref. Stance Width (in)||23,6||24,1||24,6||25,1|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||110-150||120-160||140-190||150-200|
|Rider Weight (kg)||50-68||54-72||63-86||68-95|