Next-level 3D contours
The Mountain Surfer has the most complex 3D bottom contours of any board in the Jones line. All of these hand shaped 3D contours are found in Chris Christenson’s fastest gliding surfboard models and proven in waves around the world. The Spoon nose is beveled up 12mm at the edges for buttery turn initiation and fluid edge to edge energy transfer. A concave 5mm speed channel runs down the center of the board and helps eliminate wobble and improve glide by pushing loose snow out from under the board. On each side of the Speed Channel are convex "catamarans" that run the length of the board. The Catamarans are the high points of the base that the board planes on. Just beyond the catamarans are concave rails that act as additional channels for pushing snow out through the tail instead of the side of the board. The parallel orientation of the convex catamarans and the concave rails form a stepped edge that delivers substantial edging power without the need for a metal edge.
My love for powder surfing is rooted in it’s freedom and challenge. I love the simplicity of not strapping in. You’re free to move your feet around the board and transfer your weight rail to rail just like on a surfboard.The sensation of finessing a powder surf turn is unlike anything you’ll ever feel with your boots confined to a binding.— Chris Christenson
We strive to build gear that balances performance and sustainability. We fight climate change as a proud member of 1% For The Planet and our factory partners maintain industry leading social standards for their workforce. To understand the true environmental footprint of our snowboards, we assess every material and energy demand that goes into production.