The Jackpot introduced the original MidBite outline 7 years ago that has since trickled throughout the line whenever a new or updated Twin is on the roster. This year's Jack- pot is a cambered board to compliment more aggressive riding, clearly distinguishing it from the Dicey model. As the Jackpot is designed primarily as a park/resort board, it features a unique tip and tail profile that employs a sharper transition off the contact points to a flatter, more drawn-out kick. Mark Kowalchuk made the design for this skate inspired board : " The inspiration behind this series is based off the vibe of 90s skate- boards. All the characters are stereotypes of people you might see in a casino in Vegas : -The over eater at the all you can eat bar just taking advantage of the free food -The shady shades guy playing poker at the poker table -The old lady wearing comfy casual wear at the slots -The people gathered around the roulette table watching the high roller "
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|Size||Waist Width||Sidecut||Effective Edge||Setback||Nose Width||Width at Front Inserts||Width at Rear Inserts||Tail Width||Rider Weight||Reference Stance||Stance||Nose Length||Contact Length||Tail Length|
|152||25||6.9||115.3||0||30||26||26||30||110 - 150||55.9||52 - 60||20.9||110.3||20.9||
|154||25.2||7||117||0||30.3||26.3||26.3||30.3||120 - 160||57.2||53 - 61||21||112||21||
|156||25.4||7.2||118.7||0||30.5||26.4||26.4||30.5||140 - 190||58.4||54 - 62||21.2||113.7||21.2||
|158||25.6||7.4||120.4||0||30.7||26.6||26.6||30.7||150 - 210||59.7||56 - 64||21.3||115.4||21.3||