The Spring Break Twin Snowboard is the very definition of mediocre. It handles like one would expect and does require a fair amount of user control to effectively use. It certainly has some high notes as well as a few lows, but if the rider has any level of skill then it should not be a major issue. In all this is not a terrible board and just might surprise you if you let it.
- This board was stable when it need to be and lively the rest of the time. When charging through varying terrain it didn’t want to buckle or be pushed around, but didn’t sacrifice it’s playful snappy nature.
- This board is great on jumps it sucks up the lip and sends you to the landing no problem. Hit jumps how you feel and just go for it.
- Fast or slow it doesn’t matter this board will press with ease and give you the snap you want out of it.
“When you push into the carve you can center flex the board to get it to aggressively turn or you can be mellow and it will still carve. The edge to edge initiation is quick and snappy.”