|07-26-2011, 02:19 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: So Cal
2011 Signal Park Jake
park board size 150 clean no funny stuff. SOLD!
“The Full-On Urban Assaulter”
Rider: Eddie Morris
Signal Park Jake OE 150<
Ride Delta Force Bindings
Angles: 15 and -15
The ever-popular Park series is back, this year with team favourite Jake OE having his own signature color-way. I recently got the chance to take the board for a spin and discovered its strengths and weaknesses.
With its biaxial glass giving it an overall soft, forgiving flex, this board is a pleasure to ride for any skill level.
The traditional camber provides the good edge to edge contact you need for control when you’re coming in for that next hit or carving the groomers. Featuring Signal’s “Park Profile” core, there is plenty of wood between your feet to take a beating on jibs, while the nose and tail are thinner to make those presses a little bit easier.
While it is not the best board for pow days (as it is quite soft), I found that on the park jumps as well as just cruising the hill, the Jake OE did excellent and was a blast to ride.
So, if you love jibbing, or are just looking for a soft, fun board to add to your quiver, get your hands on a Signal Park Series Jake OE. You’ll have one hell of a good time!
Poplar core with Park Profile
Additional Lengths: 136, 142, 146, 152, 154, 156, 158
Riding Style: Dabble in everything, from rails to park to pow when I get the chance.
I started riding when I was around 10 years old. However, I started taking it more seriously when I moved to Calgary in 2006 to attend College. Since then, I have spent 60+ days per season on the hill and as many on the streets as I can cram in as long as the snow`s good. I currently reside in Calgary Alberta, from where I chase the snow across the better part of the Rockies in the winter.
Last edited by SnowBrdScotty; 11-04-2011 at 06:44 PM.