Frenetic Ava

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Description

The Frenetic Ava snowboard is a progression-focused board that will have you improving your skills at a lightning pace. Featuring a soft-mid flex, a true twin shape, and a reverse camber profile that makes riding forgiving and catch-free, you'll be riding regular and switch with confidence and ease. If you're stepping up from rental gear or just starting out on snow, the Ava has all the tech you need to go from beginner to intermediate and beyond.


Key Features

Board Type: Beginner / Groomers

Camber Type: Reverse (Rocker)

The reverse camber has predictability to its ride without ever worrying about catching an edge. Its loose surfy feel is ridden more between the feet and naturally planes above powder. Unlike Positive Camber, this board is already in the shape of a turn so it basically auto-turns itself. It is also great for exaggerated butters and presses on rails and boxes.

Flex (1 = soft, 10 = stiff): 4/10

Shape: True Twin

This board construction is mirrored from nose to tail, meaning it will ride the same in both regular and switch.

Core: Poplar Wood

Base: Extruded

Extruded bases are strong, easy to care for, and will stay consistent even if you forget to wax them every now and then.

Inserts: 2x4


SIZE CHART

Length (cm) Effective Edge (mm) Waist (mm) Nose / Tail Width (cm) Sidecut (m) Max Stance (cm) Weight Range (kg)
139cm 1100 236 275.6 9.5 / 7.3 / 9.5 57 35 - 55
144cm 1125 238 278
9.5 / 7.3 / 9.5
57 45 - 65
147cm 1170 240 283
9.5 / 7.3 / 9.5
64 50 - 75
150cm 1190 247 288
9.5 / 7.3 / 9.5
60.45 52 - 82
155cm 1230 250 294
9.5 / 7.3 / 9.5
60.45 55+

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