Over the years the Signal Park has established itself as one of the most popular and best performing park boards on the market. The light weight core and soft buttery flex made it the board of choice for any rider that wanted the ultimate in control and manoeuvrability. But time stands still for no man, so to ensure that the Park still leads the way in urban board design Signal have given the 2017 Park a complete redesign. With an all new shape and all new construction, the new Park once again becomes the default choice for anyone that is looking to push their riding to the next level.
Heading up this redesign is the new twin tip shape. Featuring a low profile blunt tip and tail, and mid wide waste width, it has been specially designed to give the rider the ultimate in feel and control.
To ensure that the Park delivers a really predictable ride Signal has utilised a traditional radial sidecut which works in perfect harmony with the camber profile ensuring that the board really does deliver the ultimate in control and feel. Internally Signal have also gone all guns blazing on the redesign. The all new Spruce core gives the board more pop through the length stepping up power for bigger ollies and increased stability on landings.
However, thanks to the softer flexing Bi-Ax glass structural layers on both the upper and lower bands; this extra pop doesn't come at the expense of the board's buttery and playful feel. As a rail focussed board the Park will take a pretty hefty battering throughout its lifetime, so to increase durability Signal utilise a combination of urethane and ABS on the side walls. This reduces the likelihood of cracking and damaging the edges and sidewalls, the most common type of damage for rail riders.
Also helping to increase durability is the high quality sintered base, this is a step up from the usual extruded base used in this type of board but although it requires more maintenance it is both stronger and faster and ensures that the new Park delivers the ultimate in performance.
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