Jones Frontier 2020 Review The Jones Frontier is a do-it-all ride everywhere board, and is the most affordable Jones option. Without being super aggressive, the medium flex, base contour and setback stance make it suitable for whatever terrain you like the best.
Capita Asymulator 2020 Review Although it seems like a new model this year, the Capita Asymulator is the new name for the older Spring Break Twin. I guess that over the past couple of seasons it got popular enough to move into the regular Capita lineup.
Jones Ultra Mountain Twin 2020 Review The Jones Ultra Mountain twin is the upgraded, stiffer and faster version of the Jones Mountain Twin. It keeps the majority of the overall features and style of the original, but with a stiffer core, faster base and lighter weight.
Nitro Beast 2020 Review The Nitro Beast is a very full on board, super stiff, traditional camber, that would be a top choice if you want to ride the biggest jumps, and charge everywhere. You would want to be a pretty aggressive rider to get the most out of this one.
Jones Mountain Twin 2020 Review The Jones Mountain twin is a medium stiff flexing, mostly camber directional twin board that is made to ride a bit of everything. It’s a good all rounder, and would probably be my top choice if I could only choose one Jones board to ride.
GNU Hyak 2018 The GNU Hyak is a new board for 2018, and has replaced the original Carbon Credit. For a while it was a bit confusing, with the Carbon Credit coming in two versions, the regular and an Asym version. To make things easier, the Carbon Credit is only asym now, and the Hyak is what the old Carbon Credit…
Jones Carbon Solution Split 2017 The Jones Carbon Solution Split is a high end, very stiff splitboard that has all the best technology that Jones put into their boards. The very stiff 10/10 flex rating, Ultra Iso-Core, fast sintered base all add up to make the board fast, light and expensive.
The Jones Project X is a very high end, stiff and aggressive all mountain or freeriding snowboard. Made with the fanciest technology that Jones have, it has a core that is made from foam, fiberglass and wood, as well as a very fast base material and carbon fiber.
The Ride Timeless is a classic all terrain model, that has been brought back for the 2017 season. It has a mainly camber profile, with a bit of rocker for float on the nose of the board.
The Ride Warpig is a new board for 2017, that comes in two sizes – small and large. It is made to be an easy carving, park board that floats in pow. It’s one of those boards that is popping up in edits all over the place.