A go-anywhere, ride anything splitty that blends lightness with downhill performance. The Ultratech construction beefs up the edges so they'll take the abuse of lots of skinning and breaking trail. A Tweekend tip and tail rise provide graceful turns on hard pack and ample float in powder and crud. A directional board, with full rocker, it feels fun and playful, but always in control.
- Directional shape provides float to charge your steep and deep line of choice.
- Tweekend, fully rockered with a medium rise in the tip and lower rise tail to balance float and control
- Ultratech construction is tough, light and ready for the slapping and banging of skinning up.
- Sintered base is durable and absorbs wax well.
- BAP core blends 3 species of renewable wood to optimize weight, strength and dampening.
- Triaxial glass with ICG20 cabron on top and bottom of the core creates balanced, all-purpose flex and performance.
- Additional carbon extends from the binding zone to the board contact points for a more responsive and stable ride.
- Split tracks open up infinite stances.
- Setback is 3/4in.
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.
Turning radius of the snowboard. A smaller sidecut radius results in tighter turns. Larger sidecut radius results in larger arched turns.
The portion of the metal edge in contact with the snow to engage turns. Shorter effective edges make for quicker turns. Longer effective edges help stability at high speeds.
User weight range
A good starting point for selecting ski or snowboard length. You might choose a shorter or longer length based on terrain and ability.