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Korua Shapes Tugboat Snowboard
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Korua Shapes Tugboat


Our soft snow concept shape The Tugboat is a total game changer when it comes to riding powder. The massive width of the nose gives you extreme float like you've never felt before. An extremely strong taper and a tipping point on the base at the widest part of the board – along with the matching radius – makes it more agile, lively, and lets you react a lot faster than what you'd expect from a wide board like this. The deep swallow-tail provides a looser feel, more lift and a fast look to the shape. The Tugboat also features our brand new channel base that makes this short board more stable at higher speeds and gives it more grip in softer snow. By stripping our powder boards of conventional metal edges, you are offered a system that is focused more specifically on soft- and powder snow. This makes the board lighter, faster and more stable. The classic sidecut allows the board to still carve well on groomed slopes. The only thing it dislikes is solid icy conditions. The P-TEX Edge can be retuned using a standard edge tuning file. In case powder is your first priority and you don't care much about riding on ice, this is a must-have for the good days and a perfect addition to your “regular” board.

Board Profile:


Our smooth FLOAT CAMBER curves into a rocker shape in the nose area creating an S-like shape. This design gives you the lift you need in deep powder, improving float while maintaining speed throughout the whole turn. It also offers response and stability when going for airs or simply turning in variable conditions.







Riding Level:




Length (cm) 151 (A) 167 (A)
Effective Edge (mm) 1105 (B) 1265 (B)
Running Length (mm) 1040 1200
Nose Width (mm) 359 (C) 367 (C)
Waist Width (mm) 291 (D) 286 (D)
Tail Width (mm) 301 (E) 300 (E)
Avg. Sidecut Radius (m) 7,7 8,8
Setback (mm) 25 25
Taper (mm) 58 67
Recommended Stance (cm) 55 55
Adjust. Stance Range (cm) 50 - 64 50 - 64
Board Weight (kg) 2,6 2,9
Flex (1-10) 6 6
Float (1-10) 9 10
Switch Riding Challenging Challenging
Rider Weight (kg) 55 - 90 60 - 95
Boot Size (EU) Up to ~ 52 Up to ~ 51


Waxing your snowboard is essential. It will keep you moving faster (which is essential on those flat bits or cat tracks) and will prevent your board from drying out, thus extending its life. Waxing isn’t a one-and-she’s-done kind of thing—you’ll need to give your board a good hot wax from time to time. Exactly how often will depend on how much you ride it, but a sure sign that it’s due for a wax is if the base starts to look a little white and you feel like you’re going slower than usual on flat bits. Snowboards typically come with a “factory wax", meaning a wax that was applied in the warehouse when it was made. You can ride the board immediately with the factory wax, but most snowboarders agree that it’s way better to give the board a proper hot wax before you take it out on the snow. Before putting your board away for the final time of the season, be sure to have a storage wax applied to your snowboard.
Sharpen Your Board as Needed
Snowboards can be sharpened at a snowboard shop with a sharpening machine, or with a whetstone and file
Snowboard Bags:
Use a snowboard bag to transport you board around while preventing any potential damage to your board, boots, and bindings.
Boots and bindings:
Before riding, ensure your bindings are attached to your board firmly to prevent any damage at the contact points.
Exposed rocks and other hard, jagged surfaces are your snowboard’s worst enemy. Ride with care, especially early and late in the season when the coverage isn’t at its best.
If there are any minor gashes on your board, a fresh wax and buff and you should be fine, however any major defects with the board should be repaired or replaced prior to using.
Putting Away:
At the end of each and every day on the mountain, be sure to carefully wipe off any snow that’s stuck to your board. Don’t forget the crevices around the bindings; leaving excess moisture can cause metal parts to rust. At the end of the season, give your board a solid wipe down (especially if it’s covered in spring riding muck), dry it off thoroughly, and melt on a thick layer of wax—which you can scrape off at the start of next season. Store your board in a dry, cool place where it won’t get knocked around.



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At Trojan, we strive for customer satisfaction, and that includes our return policy. You have the option to return any product purchased from us, provided it is not faulty, within 60 days from the date of purchase to receive a full refund. If the item is returned after 60 but within 365 days of purchase, a store credit will be issued. We accept returns of products in their original condition. Customers have the choice of receiving a refund (minus any shipping charges paid) or exchanging the item for a different product. For your convenience, returns can be made in person at our store with proof of purchase or sent back to our store via mail. For further information on our return process, please see here.