2020 Upper Decks Park Boards: Signal Disruptor

With Upper Decks, SNOWBOARDER is providing our readers with insights, images, and other details culled from putting a handful of new terrain park performers through their paces for five days of jibbing, jumping, and carving amongst the freestyle features of Aspen Snowmass, Colorado. Providing the action and impression of the top park boards in stores this fall are former Forum pro and prolific video part protagonist, Eddie Wall and 2019 MS Superpark Standout Emma Crosby alongside the SNOWBOARDER Editorial Staff. This is SNOWBOARDER's take on the Signal Disruptor.

When Kyle Mack dropped into the Big Air jump in PyeongChang and rode away with a silver medal, he was strapped into the Signal Disruptor. Considering Kyle has made his mark casually lapping giant jumps and consequential rails, it’s a nod to the Disruptor’s combination of agility and stability that it is the Olympic medalist’s board of choice. The key to the Disruptor’s success is an elevation of the elements of the traditional park board. Regular camber makes for a responsive ride and snappy ollieing while a medium flex hits the mark when both jumping and jibbing. A mid-wide waist and fine-tuned flex pattern featuring triaxial fiberglass ensure the Disruptor is reliable for take-offs and landings, as well as smooth when transitioning from edge-to-edge. If you need any more reasons to pick up the Disruptor, Signal has made it easy on your wallet by offering a pay-as-you-shred payment plan for only $40 a month.

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