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11-27-2014 05:37 PM
jasyn I picked up a 2015 mountain twin and I can confirm there is a setback and it isn't 0.

I'm posting on my iPhone, but the first photo should be tail & second should be nose.
09-06-2014 03:00 PM
Originally Posted by Beeb View Post
Damn... I got a reply:

"Thanks for your email and interest in Jones Snowboards. The 2015 Mt Twin and Mt Twin limited both have a centered stance."

according to the jones brand manager xavier nidecker posted 2 days ago on the jones FB page, both 2015 twins have 20 mm setback
09-04-2014 03:35 PM
Beeb Damn... I got a reply:

"Thanks for your email and interest in Jones Snowboards. The 2015 Mt Twin and Mt Twin limited both have a centered stance."
09-04-2014 06:13 AM
Beeb Oh nice! So it does!

I've pressed the contact button on their website and asked to see if anyone there can confirm
09-04-2014 05:56 AM
Originally Posted by Beeb View Post
the catalogue linked above has stats at the back of it.

2014 - 20mm setback
2015 - 0mm
the Jones website now shows the Mountain Twin LTD as having 20mm setback

08-19-2014 01:02 PM
thomas4269 Thanks guys. I found a 2014 for 300. I like the new limited. I just want to make sure the differences justify the $200 difference.
08-19-2014 12:39 PM
thomas4269 Thanks guys. Saw a 2014 for 300 online. The 2015 Limited looks amazing. Just wondering if the $200 difference justifies the difference
08-19-2014 10:41 AM
francium Haha no but there's so many snowboards around the house she won't notice one new one. Yeah gonna go to the tamworth demo day but testing all mountain/freeride stuff in a dome doesn't really give you much to go on. Was looking at the Aviator can pick up last years at a good price but I do like rcr boards so not sure about going back to camber even if it's got the beveled base. My main problem is size 11 boots (uk) they do have reduction but not too sure on what waist width i could get away with? I wanted a Slash Brainstorm but the 157 is only a 250mm waist am still gonna check it out as soon as my local shop gets them in. Other than that I think it's between the ride highlife ul or the capita bsod.
08-19-2014 10:15 AM
Beeb Since you're UK, would you hit up the big bang demo day? Was good last year, but I'd bring bindings. They had some bindings there but not much choice.

Some of the stuff on my shortlist when I was looking at all mountain stuff, bit random:

Jones Mountain Twin (last years)
Jones Aviator
Rossignol One magtek
Venture Zelix
NS Cobra
Smokin KT-22
Ride Highlife UL
Nideker Megalight
Capita Black Snowboard of Death

Not all RCR or even similar flexes though lol.
08-19-2014 08:51 AM
Tatanka Head
Originally Posted by francium View Post
That's bloody annoying, hmm what to get instead.
Does the wife know about this purchase, haha?

I'm glad I found the hovercraft I was looking for when I did. Same tech as this year at a much lower price.
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