NEW

Gambler

Twintips

Variant:

Unicolor

This product is Co2 compensated

The Gambler is back! After a brief hiatus, the dedicated park board has returned to the range. New for 2024, it is packed with features to make your park riding experience even better!

For many years the Gambler was the board of choice for park riders; the durability combined with the unique rocker line and shape made it well-suited for riding features. For 2024 the design team looked to redesign the board and make it even more dedicated to park riding. The new Mono Concave Tips help the board lock onto rode features such as pipes and rails. These give you even more control, allowing you to concentrate on the riding and tweaking your tricks rather than constantly battling to stay in place. The Grind Base has been proven year after year to add longevity to a board built to be abused. The inline sliders for your boots allow infinite stance adjustment but also give you the option to flip the board around. If your heel edge is becoming worn, just flip it and give it a rest while you go to work on the new heel edge. This effectively doubles the life of your board. The bottom shape has also been optimised for riding ramps and sliders, ensuring you get lots of speed without ever getting hung up. If hitting the park is the focus of your riding, the Gambler is the perfect choice for you; all new for 2024 and built from the ground up for features; it just needs to add you.  

Mono Concave Tips
Mono Concave tips for better control on round features. Designed to help you stay locked in on round features, these new concave tips will help you press those tricks for longer than before.
Tuck Rails
Tuck Rails to ensure smooth carving Rail-to-rail carving through the park or the mangroves has never been so good. 
Triax and Biax Glass Fibre
Triax and Biax Glass for homogeneous Flex pattern The board's construction and the different glass layups have been carefully considered to ensure that the board has a consistent and predictable flex pattern. 
Very Durable thanks to the Grind Base
When you hit features, you need a board that can take the abuse; the Grind Base ensures your board will look fresh for longer.
Inline Sliders and a Boot Optimised Stance
Inline Sliders mean you can flip your board around midseason to even out the wear on the base, and the Boot Optimised Stance ensures a perfect connection to the board.
Slider optimized Bottom Shape
Designed to help you stay locked onto the features for longer and deliver more fun to every session you have while making those hard tricks come naturally.
Gambler - Unicolor
Freestyle Hooked
EDGE GRIP / SMOOTH LANDINGS
Freestyle Unhooked
POP / STABLE LANDINGS
Freeride
UPWIND / COMFORT
SIZES
WEIGHT
FINSET
BOARD WEIGHT*
Best Size
151/43
60-95kg
S-BEND WK 3.5 CARBON 30
3,81kg
TechFeature

Hard Flex

The most aggressive flex and an incredible pop. Hard Flex generates dynamic power development when jumping and more stiffness for better control on hard landings.

Hard Flex

The most aggressive flex and an incredible pop. Hard Flex generates dynamic power development when jumping and more stiffness for better control on hard landings.

Hard Flex

The most aggressive flex and an incredible pop. Hard Flex generates dynamic power development when jumping and more stiffness for better control on hard landings.

Hard Flex

The most aggressive flex and an incredible pop. Hard Flex generates dynamic power development when jumping and more stiffness for better control on hard landings.

Hard Flex

The most aggressive flex and an incredible pop. Hard Flex generates dynamic power development when jumping and more stiffness for better control on hard landings.

Hard Flex

The most aggressive flex and an incredible pop. Hard Flex generates dynamic power development when jumping and more stiffness for better control on hard landings.

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