Forum Scallywag Snowboard

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If only pirates could snowboard, I wonder what board they would choose hmmm. The Forum Scallywag maybe! This Snowboard transforms the entire mountain into your own terrain park. With Forums ChillyDog with Pop you get the forgiving feel of the rocker but without loosing any pop. While cruising down the hill on the way to the park, the Scallywag can pop and jib off of any random feature with ease. By reducing material in the nose and tail the Swingers Club Technology offers quick smooth spins without affecting the integrity of the boards core. The slick and rugged FreeBase base is easy to repair if you find yourself cruising down the sidewalk or jibbing boulders. Now grab the Scallywag and become your local hills pirate that steals all the best lines while screaming aaarrrggghhhh in mid-air. The Forum Scallywag Snowboard has a Chillydog Rocker.


  • Popular Core
  • Twin
  • ChillyDog with Pop
  • Booter Booster
  • Swingers Club
  • Swapping Diecut Base
  • Biax
  • FreeBase

If you want a board that is great for everyday use then you want the Forum Scallywag Snowboard. The core of the Scallywag offers superior impact reduction and durability when compared to similar boards its size. It also has an extruded freebase and offers medium flex. The Forum Scallywag is good for all mountain and freestyle riding and is the board of choice for those who need a board that is good in many different types of terrain.

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One of the best boards currently on the market is the Forum Scallywag Snowboard. There is a lot to love on this board like the ChillyDog with Pop Rocker, and its Booter Boosters giving you the right amount of pop and flex. Made in the twin style shape the Scallywag gives you the response of a true camber board with that extra butter maneuverability like a drunken pirate. The Forum will have you ripping up the decks and planks of all the park features, making you the next captain of the ship! Top 25 Product
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Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:7.7m (155cm)
Base Material:Extruded P-tex
Base Name:Freebase
Board Width:Regular
Construction Type:Sidewall Construction
Core Material:Wood with Carbon
Core Name:Popular Core with Booter Booster
Hole Pattern:Standard 4 Hole
Model #:276127S151
Pipe Oriented:No
Recommended Use:Freestyle
Rocker Profile:Rocker
Rocker Type:ChillyDog
Skill Level:Intermediate
Special Features:Booter Booster
Stance Setback:Centered
Stance Width:22-23in
Waist Width:251mm (155cm)
Warranty:One Year
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2013 Forum Scallywag Snowboard Review

Whats up? Leo here, just got of the 2013 Forum Scallywag in a 155. I'm going to give this board 4 stars out of 5. It's a fun entry level board. I mean when I strapped in I immediately felt like I knew this board already. So that's always a good feeling. It's very, it's about a 4 flex so it's pretty buttery, you can have fun. Just messing around, it felt good on boxes. You can feel locked in. Pretty snappy, not a ton of pop but just enough. Good entry level freestlye board. I give it a 4 out of 5. Beginner to intermediate freestyle rider.
Leo S. at on 11/11/2012

2013 Forum Scallywag Snowboard Review

Hey this is Ian, I just got done rriding the 2013 Forum Scallywag in a 155. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. A little bit stiffer of your park baord more meant for you intermediate to advanced level park riders so you are going to need a little bit of weight to put behind the board Very easy to lock it into presses. Definitely not as stable as higher based speeds but it's definitely meant for flying down the hill as fast as you can. I mean it's a very playful board and you'll have a lot of fun on this board.
Ian R. at on 11/11/2012

2013 Forum Scallywag Snowboard Review

Hi I'm Ben here with the 2013 Scallywag. I give this board a 4 out of 5 star rating. It's a stiff board, rockered tip and tail. Super nice to take through the park It's an easy ride. Good pop the only thing bad about it is a little bit shakey at high speeds.
Ben W. at on 10/10/2012