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Double D Mountain Board Reviews

March 4th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

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Most people find the Double D easier to learn on because of the lower center of gravity.

How are Turfboard all-mountain boards different from all-terrain boards?

You’ve probably seen our design elements, so we don’t have to mention the four-wheel independent suspension or the dual drum brake and so on that are unique to Turfboard. What we will say is that the Turfboard was designed to avoid the limitations of having to ride on groomed dirt tracks and specially made terrain parks. The truth is, we don’t have any friends who own a bulldozer. We wanted a board you could take “backcountry” and not worry about steepness of slope, long grass and weeds or moderate amounts of debris in your path. The Turfboard is built to go down the same hills and mountains you would otherwise snowboard on if there were snow. Without any doubt, the Turfboard can go where no all-terrain board dare try.

What is the advantage of the four-wheel independent suspension for all-mountain boarding?

We all know that each slope will not be as smooth as golf greens (don’t say you got the idea here!). Any board will have to navigate endless bumps, rocks, sticks, pockets and holes. When a tire meets with one of these nasties, the tire will be knocked off its straight and even course. If that tire shares a single axle with another tire on the other side of the board, BOTH tires will react by going out of control. Trust us, when you are hauling down a slope, the last thing you want is instability. The independent suspension allows each tire to act independently – thus the name – “independent suspension”.


  • frameless design
  • 4 x 4 universial binding pattern
  • adjustable deck height
  • adjustable suspension angle


  • 4-wheel independent design
  • aircraft-aluminum construction


  • adjustable dual-drum brake
  • hand-activated

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