Ideal for boxes, rails and jumps. Turn the hill into your own skatepark
Offers the most pop and response, stable at speed
Freestyle focused shape that rides identical both directions
Forgiving flex with added support for versatility
More than just a park board, Joe Sexton's Disorder is soft and playful enough to wreak havoc in the park and streets but still has enough backbone to shred the whole mountain. The board also has a nice broken in feel off the bat that's comfortable in a variety of conditions and terrains, plus it's got a sick graphic done by Joe's good friend Nick Dahlen.
Poplar Wood Core
Micro Camber - Traditional camber, just a small amount of it. The minimal amount of camber makes this board feel broken right out of the wrapper.
Poplar Wood Core - Public's Poplar Core is made of 100% FCS certified poplar wood. Popular is the most common type of wood used in snowboard cores for its unbeatable strength to weight ratio and is why they make the majority of their boards with this core.
Carbon Stringers - Carbon increases pop and liveliness while enhancing the strength of the board.
Biax Glass - All Public Snowboards are made using Biax fiberglass. Biax fiberglass creates a consistent and smooth flexing snowboard tip to tail while allowing the board to stay nimble and predictable.
Sintered Base - A Sintered base absorbs wax better than Extruded, meaning you get more speed than with an Extruded base. They are however not as durable as Extruded.
Urethane Sidewalls - Urethane sidewalls are used in all Public boards for their superior dampening properties compared to the industry standard ABS and P-tex sidewalls. Urethane sidewalls are more durable against impact on rocks or rails to prevent your board from delaminating when you get caught slippin’ in the park or backcountry.