By JONATHAN SCHULZThe Jerusalem PostThe snowboarding brand that has a name synonymous with speed and fun is poised to launch its newest offering this summer.
The brand has been under pressure from competitors to offer a more competitive package, and the answer has been to expand to three different models: a low-speed, mid-speed and high-speed model.
The company is offering three different price points for each model, ranging from $300 to $400, with the higher models offering a lower price tag.
The low-slung models will cost $220 and the mid-slide models $150.
The high-slings will cost between $360 and $400.
The high-end models, the X and X1, are priced at $450 and $570 respectively.
The snowboard industry is constantly changing, but it’s still one of the best in the world.
So what’s new in the new lineup?
Read moreThe X1 is the most technologically advanced snowboard, with an electric motor, a new-generation frame and suspension, and a dual-shock system that will let riders glide on the snow for up to 25 percent more speed than previous models.
It is the first snowboard to feature a fully integrated electronic suspension system.
The X is currently available in a limited number of colorways, but the high-profile black and white models will be available for purchase beginning May 26, with more colors to follow.
The X1 will also come in two colors, silver and black, which can be purchased for $500 each.
The company said that customers can upgrade to the X1s with the X2s for $800 each.
The mid-range X1 has the same features, but will cost around $300.
It also comes in a silver, black and blue version.
The middle-level X1 features the same hardware and is priced at around $350.
It comes in two different colors: silver and silver blue.
The highest-end X2 features the latest hardware, but is priced between $700 and $900.
It will feature a single-shock suspension system and will feature an electric rear axle, an LED light and an aluminum front axle.
The price is also higher than the X’s predecessor, the $400 X1.
It has a slightly different design, a dual shock system, a single shock, and an electronic suspension.
The $600 X2 is the cheapest model, priced at just under $600.
The lower models are priced between the X 1 and X2, but are priced closer to the $600-plus X1 price point.
The new X models will offer the same specs as the X models, but they will offer a few new features.
For example, the mid and low-level models will feature two battery packs, while the high and high ends will feature three.
The premium models are now available, priced between about $600 and $700, and are the only models that feature a built-in GPS receiver.
The low-end model will include an on-board GPS, but no on-bike GPS, and will be a hybrid with a compass.
The other two snowboards that will be released this summer are the X10 and X12, both priced between around $400 and $500.
The premium X10 is available in two versions, one with an LCD screen and the other without.
The higher X12 models will launch this summer, priced around $550.
The mid- and high X12s will be priced between roughly $600-$700.
The price will be lower than the previous X models.
The three models are all in the $800 range.
If you want to go all-out and buy the X, you can buy the higher-end version for $650.