Discovery Snowboard

Serious shred stick for smaller riders
Ideal for freestyle, freeride, pow, corn or chop
Directional Freeride
Shape
- Traction Tech
- Blunt Nose
- Progressive Sidecut
- Directional Shape
Flex
- Stiffness: 5/10 - Friendly
- V-Core
- Directional flex pattern
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CHF 399.95

The Discovery is a high performance freeride board for youth and small adults who want to confidently explore new terrain.

Unlike most twin-tipped youth boards, the Discovery features a proven directional shape, profile and flex that offer legit freeride performance in any terrain or snow condition for smaller riders. The nose + tail edges on the Discovery’s 3D Contour Base 1.0 are beveled up to help eliminate edge catch and improve turn fluidity. Additional tech features on the Discovery like Progressive Sidecut allow for easy turn initiation while the Blunt Nose and Directional Rocker profile keep any size rider cruising through the inevitable end-of-the-day chop.

 


Personality

 


Traction Tech

Like a serrated knife slicing into the snow, Traction Tech improves your edge grip by adding multiple contact points along the running length of your board.

Traction Tech is a critical feature for rockered boards. Rocker improves glide in mixed conditions, but the decreased edge contact makes it harder to really lock
into your turns and hold a solid edge. Traction Tech is crucial to offset the edge drift of rocker. — Jeremy Jones

Progressive Sidecut
At the far ends of the sidecut, the radius is incrementally increased as the edge reaches the contact point. Gradually increasing the sidecut radius towards the contact point delivers smoother turn initiation and exit as the edge tracks in and out of the snow with a less abrupt transition.
Blunt Nose
How a board glides in powder, crust, corn or any snow more than an inch deep, is dictated by it’s front contact point and just past it. Next time you are in soft snow watch how much snow comes over the corner of the nose near the contact point. The billowing snow coming out from behind the tip means you are plowing through it which is obviously slowing you down. By adding a blunt nose you get the float benefits of a much longer nose without the ‘snow plow’ rounded tip and it’s extra swing weight. — Jeremy Jones
Sintered 7000
Durable natural base material with added carbon for speed and good wax absorbency.
Wend Natural Wax
Jones boards are ready to shred straight out of the shop and are factory waxed with WEND natural wax.
Biax Fiberglass
A dual-direction, dual-layer, stitched fiberglass laminate that provides a fun, forgiving and snappy ride.
Factory Tuned
All Jones Snowboards are factory de-tuned at the tip and tail so you can go right from the shop to the mountain.
Recycled ABS Sidewalls
ABS Plastic is one of the necessary evils of snowboard production. We improve the sustainability of our snowboards by using only recycled plastic.
Oversized Recycled Edges
All Jones boards are made with oversized recycled steel edges for added durability and improved production sustainability.
Eco Plastic Topsheet
Bio-plastic topsheet made from Castor beans. This eco-material is ultralight, chip/scratch resistant and water/snow repellent (snow sticks less to topsheet)
Super Sap Bio Resin
All Jones boards are now built with bio-based, renewable epoxy instead of petroleum based epoxy. The raw materials used to make Super Sap Bio-Resin are co-products or waste products of other plant-based industrial processes. Producing Super Sap requires 33% less greenhouse gas emissions than conventional epoxy.
FSC™ Classic Core
Full wood premium poplar core that offers fun pop, even flex and solid durability.
Gear 101
Not all board shapes are designed to be ridden the same size. Directional Freeride boards are the longest board you will ride.
Choose the ideal size Directional Freeride board using your weight and boot size (see the size chart below).
 
 
Not sure your ideal snowboard size? Check out our sizing guidelines for each model.
 

 
Know your board
The dimensions of a snowboard define how that board performs on snow. The dimension specs of all our models are fine tuned for specific styles of riding.
Understand how waist width, flex and sidecut and stance dimensions effect board performance to find the best board for you.
 
For reference: drawing of the Flagship 161
 

 
Size Chart
Product Size Weight Range (lbs/kg) Bindings Recommended Size Weight / Production tolerance +/- 15% Big Horn Series Effective Edge Length Nose Length (cm) Tail Length (cm) Nose Width (cm) Waist Width (cm) Tail Width (cm) Taper Sidecut (m) Reference Stance (cm) Centered Stance (cm) Setback (cm)
132 75-120 lbs / 34-54 kg S 2,0 kg / 4,4 lbs 95.4 20.3 18.8 26.76 23.3 26.55 0 6.2 54 52 2
138 90-140 lbs / 41-63 kg S 2,1 kg / 4,6 lbs 100.2 20.9 19.4 27.48 23.9 27.3 0 6.6 54 52 2
145 100-150 lbs / 45-71 kg S 2,4 kg / 5,2 lbs 106 21.5 20 28.31 24.5 28.16 0 7 54 52 2
150 110-150 lbs / 50-68 kg S/M 2,6 kg / 5,7 lbs 109.8 22.1 20.6 28.98 25.1 28.85 0 7.4 54 52 2

 

Next level technology for ultimate response
Glide. Flow. Float.
3D Contour Bases are designed to make every run smoother and every turn more effortless by reducing the drag of the board tips. 3D Contour Bases enhance glide and improve float helping you ride faster and with better flow.

I’ve been on a quest to design a snowboard that offers the friction free glide and edge-to-edge fluidity of a surfboard for years. 3D Contour bases finally cracked the code on how to achieve this next level of board performance. Jeremy Jones

 


 

High Performance, Sustainably Made Gear
We design gear that balances performance, durability and sustainability. We strive to make equipment you can trust with the most eco-conscious materials possible. New for 2020, all our snowboards and splitboards features 100% FSC wood cores and are molded with Super Sap Bio-Resin.
Proud member of 1% For The Planet, we donate 1% of sales to fight climate change by supporting our non-profit partners Protect Our Winters and Community Carbon Trees.

 

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