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Youth Park Snowboard

$299.00

Every Gilson comes with a 30-day trial, no questions asked. We know you’ll fall in love with your new gear. Take it out, test it, and if it’s not right for you, send it back for a full refund or exchange.

Questions? Call the Gilson Shop: (570) 798-9102

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Never too young to send it!

The 100 is the first step in the Gilson Youth Lineup recommended for riders who are 35-60 pounds.

The 110 is the second step in the Gilson Youth Lineup recommended for riders who are 50-70 pounds.

The 120 is the third step in the Gilson Youth Lineup recommended for riders who are 60-80 pounds.

The 130 is the final step in the Gilson Youth Lineup recommended for riders who are 75-110 pounds.

This lineup is designed to fuel progression for riders coming up in the sport. The Gilson design features on this board allow for rapid progression, and equip you with the tools to go bigger, faster. We build our youth models with the same advanced design and high quality raw materials as our adult snowboards, allowing young riders to comfortably progress and expand their skills while having more fun on the mountain.

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LENGTH NOSE & TAIL WIDTH WAIST WIDTH SIDECUT RADIUS
100 212mm 186mm 458cm
110 232mm 202mm 539cm
120 255mm 222mm 600cm
130 261mm 233mm 833cm
TYPE
Youth
GRAPHICS
Sublimated
CORE
Poplar Hardwood
SHAPE
Park
BASE
Soft Edge & Butter Pad
BASE MATERIAL
4001 Sintered Ptex
FLEX
flexy-flex
PROFILE
Flat-to-Rocker
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Maker jake

ARTIST BIO: Jacob "Maker Jake" Ginga

Born into a widely respected and involved Native American family from Massachusetts, Maker Jake feels that he is forever occupying the cultural space between his Native Heritage and his traditional American upbringing. His work is primarily a study of visual culture and a representation of himself in that emotionally complicated space. His paintings depict colorful and powerful portraits that are dismantled and pieced back together, creating artworks that combine cultural pattern work with contemporary design. It’s hard to say whether his process brings him closer to his Native Heritage, or merely cements him in this place of emotional and visual limbo.

MakerJake Studio.

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