Ben Bogart's signature board is the perfect example of how park and freestyle snowboarding has evolved over the past few years. Gone is that soft jib orientated flex and park only shape, and in-comes a more dynamic ride and shape that lets the whole mountain become your playground; in other words it's almost become a hybrid of an all-terrain board and a freestyle jib stick.
This metamorphosis not only lets you go bigger and more technical in the park but it also gives you the freedom to ride anywhere and anything, and let's be honest that can only really be a good thing.
Built around a balanced twin tip shape the Bogart delivers all the control and feel that you could ever possibly need. But, by utilising a flat camber profile as opposed to the usual reverse camber normally associated with this kind of board, DWD has managed to give the Bogart more life, so not only does it give you more pop and power off jumps but it'll also be more reassuring and stable when cruising the piste; all without compromising that slower speed manoeuvrability and control you need in the park.
Internally the poplar wood core is reinforced with birch rails running tip to tail so you get a poppy lively flex through the length, but thanks to the more forgiving Bi-Ax glass structural layers you don't compromise any of the boards playful and buttery feel, ensuring that when you do take it to the park it doesn't feel overly stiff or aggressive.
As the Bogart is really about performance freestyle snowboarding it utilises a high-quality sintered base that delivers all the speed you could ever need.
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