Stepchild Salary Man Snowboard

Stepchild Salary Man Snowboard


…Four…Five…Oh my god…Six…and seven.
What’s up? I’m Matt Guff for The House Snowboard Shop. This is a Stepchild Salary Man aka Powder
Sucks snowboard. This is a snowboard that comes in a couple different profile shapes.
It comes in yes camber and reverse camber, with midwide options. This board is going
to have a medium-type flex and a centered stance. The shape is going to be a true twin,
meaning the nose and the tail are going to be the exact same shape and flex. The Armadillo
plates that go underneath the bindings are going to give this board a little bit more
structural integrity because of their reinforced fiberglass. The Kicker I Core runs from tip
to tail and it’s made out of poplar wood. The Biax fiberglass runs in two different
directions at 90 degrees and at 0 degrees. The classic radial side-cut radius is going
to keep a smooth, consistent feel both in the entrance and the exits of turns. And the
base – the base is pretty unique, it has tiny little grooves in it, kind of like a golf
ball. It’s going to cause for less friction, it’s going to be very, very speedy, and it’s
going to have this great graphic all season long because of the silkscreen graphic that
is underlaid in this. It is factory waxed by OneBallJay, so when you pull this thing
out of the wrapper it’s going to be good to go. The Non Stick UV Lacquer topsheet is going
to hold your stickers down just fine but it will make sure the snow slicks right off the
top of it. That’s right, this is the Stepchild Salary Man, also known as Powder Sucks.

Antonio Breitenberg

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9 thoughts on “Stepchild Salary Man Snowboard

  1. Austin Carroll says:

    i ride a 155 could a 152 in that board fit?

  2. The House Outdoor Gear says:

    @97austincarroll ? are you looking to get onto a smaller board? How much do you weigh?

  3. The House Outdoor Gear says:

    @97austincarroll I would go with the 152, a 155 is to big if your 120lb

  4. jesse curtis says:

    would this board be good for jumps?? like would it last

  5. The House Outdoor Gear says:

    @NHBboarder4life It would be fine for jumps under 40 feet. As for its durability, it really depends on how hard you ride it in the park.

  6. bassagloni says:

    Just wondering, what happened to Dave?

  7. The House Outdoor Gear says:

    @bassagloni Dave's still here.

  8. bassagloni says:

    @thehouseboardshop He doesn't do reviews anymore ?

  9. The House Outdoor Gear says:

    @bassagloni He is a copy writer now.

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