These boards blur the lines between park, freestyle, freeride and powder boards. The new 2018 Mind Expander from Jones is the latest to enter the category and damn is it exciting. Built in the SWS factory which also pumps out Yes and Arbor, the Mind Expander is full of Jones high end tech like Spoon 3.0, Magne-Traction, Sintered 9900 base and this really responsive Bamboo Surf Core. This board is built to slash, spin, stomp, or simply shred, the Mind Expander is an inspired new alternative to your average all-mountain board. Surf shaper Chris Christenson and Jeremy Jones designed, the Mind Expander is simply fun, perfect and fun. For playful ﬂoat in pow the Mind Expander features a Christenson Surf Rocker proﬁle, SPOON 3.0 base contours and a hybrid directional shape. The blunted nose and squared of, but still full size tail ofer the nimble maneuverability of the Hovercraft matched with the freestyle abilities of the Mountain Twin. The Mind Expander also features the new triple density Bamboo Surf wood core that has bamboo stringers positioned in the pocket of the sidecut for better edge response and turn power.
The Women’s Hovercraft is an all conditions, all mountain charger that carves on hardpack as well as it floats in pow. The blunt nose and directional rocker of the Hovercraft deliver supreme float in the soft stuff while the pint-sized dimensions keep the Hovercraft fast and maneuverable in tight situations. New for 2017, the Women’s Hovercraft has a Spoon 4.0 Nose and Speed Channel tail. The edges of the Spoon nose are beveled up for improved float and turn fluidity while the tail edges are beveled up for less catch. In between the raised tail edges, the base is concave like a channel on a surfboard for improved glide.
Supreme float and rally car-like handling have earned the Hovercraft a cult following. Riders around the world swear by the Hovercraft’s nimble maneuverability as this power-packed board deftly handles blower, crud or crust one and the same. New for 2017, the Hovercraft has a Spoon 4.0 Nose and Speed Channel tail. The edges of the Spoon nose are beveled up for improved float and turn fluidity while the tail edges are beveled up for less catch. In between the raised tail edges, the base is concave like a channel on a surfboard for improved glide.
The Twin Sister is the board for women who like to dance down the mountain and shred the most playful path possible. Mellow Magne-traction keeps the Twin Sister locked in every turn while the Cam Rock profile allows you to float through deep pow and pop off terrain features equally easy riding regular or switch. New for 2017, the Twin Sister has an updated Power wood core for more even torsional flex. Women looking for a stable and high-performance board that’s easy to rally anywhere want the Twin Sister. The mountain graphic on the Twin Sister was painted by artist RP Roberts.