Yeah I was even told their 2020 board advertises that you can ride it like a true twinWell either I'm wrong or Jones is wrong. Just based on the picture of the mountain twin flipped around AND their own specs, the tip and tail are identical length.
The marketing and specs on this board make absolutely no sense. If the "twin flex pattern" is set back it isn't a twin flex pattern.
But it doesn't matter, 1cm either way makes no difference, it won't stop you from spinning and jibbing.
Really, Jones has exactly the right idea here but their marketing is all f'd up.To me having the set back stance but true twin flex makes the board more versatile. I can rock it as a twin in the park/ all moutian and then set it back for a pow/freeride day
No I've actually done a ton of research on the boards. I live in Ohio and don't have access to board demos so i can only go off what others say. I watched all the reviews i could on every board before i buy them. Guess what though... Reading a review and riding them are two different things. Are you the snowboard police?@Bheine7
Didn't you sell your DC board after like... 2 rides? You're kinda looking all over the place for a board and it sounds like you buy without doing much research, try things out, second guess yourself, and then post about it looking for reassurance.
Then you get even more confused and frustrated with the responses...
Here's the video for the JMT :
They say it's their park board, but unlike most park boards they seem to size up. Their rider in that video is 5'11 and 150 lbs and rides a 157. I feel like that's a bit big for a park board, no? I feel like most folks here would probably recommend a 153-155 for that but I guess that's what that rider likes!
Go watch their review of the party platter to see why they're so bizarre.
Edit: Looks like you already listed the board for sale.