Seek out freedom and ditch the slopeside crowds. A lightweight design and progressive shape means the Anti-Social Splitboard becomes your bestie when making deep-driving turns and riding through chopped-up or variable conditions. The 12mm taper makes the nose wider than the tail, promoting smooth entry and exit from turns, giving it stability at speed and pure float in deep snow. The split channel design is adjustable, fast and easy to engage so you can yo-yo backcountry glades to your heart's content. FSC-certified wood core enhances performance and positive feelings.
- Balanced freeride geometry: setback camber and sidecut that is centred on your stance to create a twin freestyle feel when riding flat base. On edge it turns tight and quick with the float and prowess expected from a directional deck.
- Directional camber has entry rocker under the nose and camber under both feet for momentum and stability.
- Directional shape with 12mm taper, designed to be ridden with a slightly longer nose to concentrate pop in the tail while still giving you plenty of float, flow and control.
- Directional flex puts pop in the tail and more resilience in the nose to maintain control through sketchy conditions.
- Tapered tip and tail thickness reduces swing weight for easier mobility.
- FSC-certified Super Fly II 700g Core uses stronger, lighter woods where they provide pop, and add strength.
- Triax fibreglass for versatile flex and response.
- Squeezebox core improves pop and performance with powerful sections and thinner, more flexible sections. Energy is transferred from your feet to the tip and tail to make the board snappier, more stable and easier to manipulate.
- Recycled sintered WFO base infuses a specially formulated wax deep into the pores of the absorbent, high-density sintered material. The base is durable and stays wide open in all seasons and all conditions.
- Pucks are pre-mounted.
Sandwich and combination construction is generally used for big freeride-style skis while the lighter structural cap type of construction is more commonly found on cross-country skis.