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    Wired Directive Series

    The Directive is your go-to – a balanced board that can handle any terrain you throw it at. The Directive Series is the perfectly balanced twin for the park laps and will perform in all snow conditions.

    Shape: True Twin
    Flex: Medium (5 out of 10)
    Camber: Multi Camber
    Terrain: Freestyle / All Mountain / Freeride
    Pre-Designed: Made with our partner factory in China

    Wired Snowboards come with a 3 Year Limited Warranty.

    We offer a flat rate shipping fee for North America.
    Need help choosing the right size of board? Click here.






    Size (cm) 147 149 151 153 155 157
    Effective Edge (mm) 1100 1120 1140 1160 1180 1190
    Nose Length (mm) 180 180 185 185 190 190
    Nose Width (mm) 285 287 289 291 293 295
    Waist Width (mm) 243 245 247 249 251 253
    Tail Width (mm) 285 287 289 291 293 295
    Tail Length (mm) 180 180 185 185 190 190
    Sidecut Radius (mm) 7122 7388 7523 7796 7934 8215
    Taper (mm) 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Camber (mm) 3 3 3 3 4 4
    Center Stance (inches) 20" 20" 22" 22" 22" 22"
    Stance Setback (mm) 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Flex 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10

    Size (cm) 158w 159 161 162w 163 165
    Effective Edge (mm) 1200 1200 1220 1230 1230 1250
    Nose Length (mm) 190 195 195 195 200 200
    Nose Width (mm) 304 297 299 308 301 303
    Waist Width (mm) 264 255 257 268 258 260
    Tail Width (mm) 304 297 299 308 301 303
    Tail Length (mm) 190 195 195 195 200 200
    Sidecut Radius (mm) 8264 8357 8645 8715 8800 9085
    Taper (mm) 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Camber (mm) 4 4 4 5 5 5
    Center Stance (inches) 22" 23" 23" 23" 23" 23"
    Stance Setback (mm) 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Flex 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10 5 out of 10

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 11 reviews
    Cannot Praise This Enough

    First of all, I was impressed with the quality right out of the box. People bash on Chinese manufacturing, but I’ve definitely seen worse craftsmanship from other factories. From a brief inspection, this board appeared flawless.

    As for the riding… This board powers through long drawn out carves and can do quick set up turns no problem.

    Plenty of pop. The rocker in the tips creates sort of a pad that you can boost off.

    Floats in powder very well. If you aren’t paying attention, it can dive a bit, but the leg burn for a camber dominant board was very minimal. Tight trees were a nonissue as well.

    Durable so far. Hit a couple exposed tree roots and rock faces by accident and found no visible damage on the board. (Granted, slower speeds, but still)

    It’s flexible enough to be playful, but the rubber dampening, urethane sidewalls, and stiffer feel under foot make it stable. I’ve had a couple questionable moments with choppy snow and the Directive just powered through.

    I am thoroughly impressed and cannot wait to spend more time on this board.

    Pair it with stiffer bindings though. My softer mid-flex bindings felt sloppy on it.

    For reference, I am a fairly advanced rider. Side hits, blacks/double blacks, and can ride switch on most terrain. Did not get a chance to take it into the park yet, but it feels like it would do just fine.

    I really couldn’t find anything to complain about. It’s well balanced and handled everything I threw at it. Absolutely would recommend 🤙🏻


    Honestly can’t say enough good things about this company. Rob is doing a hell of a job with amazing products. After 3 seasons my board is still taking my abuse. If you are considering getting a wired deck just seriously do it. Seriously. I have like 10 boards from everyone and this is definitely one of my quiver killer type decks I always somehow go back to. But not in 3ft freshly pow pow

    Andrew Moffitt

    The last board I had was super stiff, so when I got this I was shocked. It has a lot of flex to it. and feels very playful the camber is nice but it was a bit of an adjustment to get used to. I use this board for everything, from personal trips to the mountains to teaching at my job. great board I definitely recommend it if you are on a bit of a budget or an intermediate.

    Perfect do it all board.

    Grew up learning to snowboard in the 2000's on stiff, full cambered, unforgiving boards. After coming back to the sport riding some hybrid rocker boards, I wanted to go back to a twin camber. This was like coming home. First day on it, it felt like something I'd been on 100 days before and immediately became my daily ride. It's forgiving enough to handle butters and jibs, and for me to finally learn to ride switch, but strong enough to handle charging, deep carves, and jumps. Holds an edge beautifully too. Exclusively rode it at a tiny hill in the Northeast US due to covid and straight out of the box it easily carved into a half inch of man made dust on top of bulletproof ice.

    Phillip Laframboise
    So Good!

    This is for sure the best snowboard I have ever rode.

    She holds an edge at speed, is stiff enough to boost high ollies and stomp your landings, but still has the flex I need to butter the muffin or get jibby in the park.

    The folks at wired hand-make each board with care and consideration for the style of snowboarding that you prefer, and Rob went above and beyond to make sure that my board was perfect before sending it out to me.

    Most people will ride some random board of some random pro, with some random graphic. I get to ride a board built by my favourite pro, with graphics that I designed myself.

    Special thanks to Rob, everyone at Wired, and Erik from the FNRad Snowboard Podcast for making my dream a reality.