DRAKE Team Kohei Mens Snowboard 2025

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Description

Drake Team Kohei board – promodel of team rider Kohei Kudo . TEAM KOHEI board has been imbued with the best technologies in our range. It has impressive dynamics, effective energy return – that is, powerful pop-up, the ability for precise handling and impact dampening, guaranteeing full edge control, from nose to tail, in all conditions. The board is designed primarily for Backcountry riding.

FEATURES

  • Board profile – Camber
  • Directional twin blunt – the shape of the board is Twin Tip but the inserts are offset
  • Sintra 8000 – sintered base
  • Carbon Rods – carbon inserts
  • Hybrid – triple fiberglass laminate on top and double fiberglass laminate on bottom
  • Performer – aspen wood core
  • Flex: 8/10

Style

All-mountain

Dedication: AM All-Mountains boards are the most versatile and great for everyone from beginners to advanced riders.

Freeride

Dedication: FR Freeride boards are the perfect solution for riders, who prefer to spend time away fro the slope – especially in deep powder.

Width

  • Standard

    Standard board width – perfect if your shoe size is less than 11 US

Mounting

  • Standard

    Traditional boards have binding inserts where the channel is located. Standard mounting system allows you to mount bindings in tens different positions

Shape

  • Directional

    Snowboards are shaped one of two ways: directional or twin. In directional snowboard shape the nose is longer and the tail is stiffer, so it is possible to load up on hard turns. This shape is usually used in freeride snowboards

Profile

Camber

Camber is a very popular, traditional snowboard construction. These boards have more flex for carving and bend allowing more of the effective edge to touch the snow. The extra springy resistance of the concave profile gives it that extra pop.

Flex

Hard

Snowboard flex describes how flexible a snowboard is. A stiffer flex will give you greater stability and edge-hold, particularly at high speeds.

Base

Sintered

Sintered base – regulary waxed, sintered bases are much faster than extruded bases. Sintered bases can also be harder to repair than extruded bases.