You eat people's leftover food in the lodge, hitchhike at the access road, and borrow friends' passes all so you can afford to snowboard. Don't cut costs where it matters most by buying an inferior deck, and pick up the Stepchild Dirtbag Wide Snowboard instead for premium performance that won't break the bank. With a wider waist for big footed riders, this board offers a freestyle flex and dependable durability at a price that even you can afford. Normally only found on higher end boards, the asymmetric sidecut is deeper on the heel side to make your heelside carves feel as natural and powerful as your toeside turns. The flat profile is more forgiving than traditional camber but still provides the stability you need to stomp big drops in the streets and send jumps in the park. The wood composite core is flexible, yet strong, so it lasts throughout the season. Biax fiberglass offers smooth and soft torsional flex, allowing you to lock down presses and lay into butters without unnecessary stiffness. Armadillo plates reinforce breakage prone binding areas for bombproof durability when gapping onto rails and sticking hard landings. A unique blend of compounds in the Future Glue resin reduces delamination issues. It's finished off with a SnagFree extruded base that allows easy maintenance when you're thrashing your board on a regular basis.