The 2019 Jones Snowboards will be gracing the snowboard racks soon, and their line-up for the 2018-19 season shows a pretty minimally changed range compared with 2017-18 – naturally with some upgrades and tweaks to the existing line up as well as showcasing some new graphics.
There are some new boards too.
The boards are outlined below and categorized where I see them fitting. Jones are focused predominantly on the all-mountain to powder end of the range for snowboards and don’t really deal in purely park/freestyle boards, IMO.
There are a couple of new models for 2019.
- Jones Mind Expander Split (the Mind Expander was new for 2018 and has been well received and they are now bringing in a split model for 2019)
- Jones Women’s Mind Expander (as well as a split version of the Mind Expander, they are also bringing out a women’s and a kids version for 2019)
- Jones Mini Mind Expander (kids version of the Mind Expander)
- Jones Mountain Twin Split (a split version of the popular Mountain Twin – so you can get more freestyle in the backcountry)
- Jones Aviator Split
As far as I can tell the Aviator Split (the regular version still has a 2019 model) is the only 2018 model that isn’t returning for 2019 – but that doesn’t mean their split board collection has been decreased – there are 2 new split boards to replace it! – the Mountain Twin Split and the Mind Expander Split.
Beginner Jones Boards
As was the case for 2018 and previous years, Jones don’t really do beginner boards, IMO. The closest that would come to beginner boards would be the Mountain Twin and Twin Sister.
Both these boards would be doable for beginners but not strictly beginner boards.
Jib/Street Jones Boards
There aren’t any boards in the Jones lineup that could be classified in this category, IMO.
Freestyle/Park Jones Boards
Again, there aren’t any boards in the Jones lineup that I would classify in this category.
All-Mountain-Freestyle Jones Boards
Still nothing! Told you they are more all-mountain/freeride focused.
Aggressive All-Mountain-Freestyle Jones Boards
- Jones Airheart
All-Mountain Jones Boards
Now we are getting into Jones’ territory.
- Jones Mountain Twin (with 1 new size for 2019 – the 167W) – See Full Review |Top 10 All-Mountain Board
- Jones Aviator
- Jones Twin Sister – Top 6 Women’s All-Mountain Board
Aggressive All-Mountain Jones Boards
- Jones Ultra Mountain Twin – See Full Review
- Jones Explorer – See Full Review | Top 6 Aggressive All Mountain Snowboards
- Jones Project X
- Jones Dream Catcher – was new in 2018, and continues in 2019 – now with two new sizes – the 142 and 145.
Freeride Jones Boards
- Jones Women’s Flagship – Top 5 Women’s Freeride Board
Powder Jones Boards
- Jones Hovercraft
- Jones Ultracraft
- Jones Storm Chaser (with 2 new sizes for 2019, the 152 and 160)
- Jones Mind Expander (with 2 new sizes for 2019 – 146 & 162)
- Jones Women’s Hovercraft ( with 1 new size for 2019, the 144) – Top 5 Women’s Freeride/Powder Board
- Jones Women’s Mind Expander | New for 2019
Available as Split Boards
The following are also available as split boards. Naturally, being a backcountry focused snowboarding company, plenty of Jones boards are available as splits.
Without actually verifying this, I would say, off hand, that they offer the most variety of splitboards in the industry. I certainly can’t think of anyone else who has more.
- Jones Solution
- Jones Carbon Solution
- Jones Hovercraft Split
- Jones Ultracraft Split
- Jones Storm Chaser Split (with 2 new sizes for 2019, the 152 and 157)
- Jones Explorer Split
- Jones Mind Expander Split | New for 2019
- Jones Mountain Twin Split | New for 2019
- Jones Women’s Solution
- Jones Dream Catcher Split (with 1 new size for 2019, the 145)
- Jones Mini Mind Expander (130, 138) | NEW for 2019
- Prodigy (comes in 110, 115, 120, 125, 130, 140, 145) – the 125 and 145 are new sizes for 2019
- Discovery (comes in 132, 138, 145, 150)
- Discovery Split (comes in 138, 145)
Cool to see a Youth Board come in a split model. That’s pretty rare to see.
Thanks for reading
So, there you have Jones’ lineup for the 2018-19 season.
I had the chance to demo some of the 2019 line-up in the spring and I will be releasing the reviews for those throughout the year. If there isn’t a full review link next to a board above it might have gained a review since writing this, so search the site to see if there is one.
For all Jones snowboards reviews on this site, check out the link below.