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I need a cheap, step in, about 144 cm board. i am just starting out. i also need boots. where would be a nice place to go. p.s. a little over 144 would be ok
Based on the pow-slashing shape of the legendary Sick Stick, the Salomon Split Splitboard excels along a wide variety of backcountry terrain, ranging from tight aspens to open bowls and steep chutes. The Salomon Split floats effortlessly in the deepest snow, thanks to its tapered twin shape and Cross Profile. It's flat along the board's effective edge for locked-in edge hold and stability at speed, transitioning to rocker at the tip and tail for improved buoyancy and catch-free turns. While most split boards feature a highly directional shape, the Salomon Split keeps you centered along the effective edge, with a slightly pulled-in tail for superior float without sacrificing its ability to grip on hardpack. Since it's balanced with a centered stance, the Split is a great choice for throwing some freestyle into your backcountry pursuits. 10 to 12-millimeters of taper naturally sinks the rear end, keeping the nose from submerging when you're ripping fresh powder. Inside this backcountry ripper, you'll find a Ghost Green core that's comprised of lightweight paulownia for improved uphill efficiency and plentiful pop. Popster core profiling mills out key sections for a snappier feel when you're loading up the tail before boosting off cliff drops and natural rollers. Rugged ABS sidewalls withstand regular thrashings when you're clanking 'em together in tour mode or bumping into branches and stumps. Additionally, you'll find Salomon's fastest Sintered EG base that's finished with Electra for unparalleled glide over a wide variety of snow conditions in the backcountry. Please note, the Split comes with custom skins to maximize touring efficiency, as well as Plum hooks for a tighter connection that delivers a feel similar to riding a solid board.
Take a good look at the K2 Raygun Snowboard if you'd like to maximize fun across the entire mountain, but don't have the loot for the fanciest boards on the market. After winning Transworld Snow's Good Wood for multiple seasons in a row, the Raygun has solidified itself as one of the best values for the all-mountain rider. The Raygun's flex pattern sits on the softer side of medium, which helps you initiate turns easily and play around the mountain without excess stiffness getting in your way. It's built on a directional twin shape for stability and extra float in powder--all without compromising your ability to ride and land switch in the park. Seeing it's meant for versatility across the whole mountain, the Raygun's Directional Rocker profile is entirely flat across the board's effective edge, which maintains solid edge hold for carving and remains stable when you're hauling down the mountain. Before the tip and tail contacts, the board lifts with a nice dose of rocker for catch-free turns and extra float when you're taking this board into fresh powder. The rockered tips also provide a fun platform for buttering and pressing in the park, as they're a bit more playful than what you'd find on a traditional cambered board. Using an aspen wood core, the Raygun emphasizes smooth flex and durability when you're riding it over the course of multiple seasons. The biax fiberglass lay-up integrates tip-to-tail carbon stringers, what K2 refers to as biax ICG10 carbon glass, for added snap and response when you're launching off jumps and sending natural hits across the mountain. Moreover, this board features a low-maintenance extruded base, which glides quickly down the mountain, even if you forget to wax it regularly throughout the season.
Contrary to what the name implies, the Stepchild Sucks Snowboard is pretty awesome when it comes to pressing rails, carving groomers, and surfing freshies. This all-mountain machine has a versatile profile and medium flex that's capable of handling everything from park to powder. The King of Pop profile features camber under the bindings with rocker in the middle and at the tips for a forgiving feel and catch-free ride that still has tons of pop and reliable edge control. The Kicker FSC core is made from sustainably harvested poplar to give the board strength and liveliness without pissing off the hippies. Biax fiberglass provides easy torsional flex that's ideal for jibbing, buttering, and treating the mountain like one giant park. KEVLAR stringers channel energy for improved response without tacking on weight. Armadillo plates reinforce breakage-prone binding zones when slamming onto rails and stomping huge landings. The Sintruded base combines the durability of a sintered base with the ease-of-repair of an extruded. A unique blend of compounds in the Future Glue resin reduce delamination issues. This season, Stepchild also threw in seamless urethane sidewalls to soak up chatter and beef up durability.
If you spend most of your time lapping the jib line at the terrain park, sessioning rails in the streets, and messing around on backyard PVC tube setups, then the Salomon Sanchez was made for you. It offers a super-soft flex and a catch-free profile to help make all your wildest jib dreams come true. Rocket Science shaping makes the waist about 1cm wider to allow you to ride a length that's 5cm shorter than what you would normally ride. This reduces swing weight to help you spin on and off jibs, and provides a more stable landing platform for stomping drops. The Aspen Strong core offers a consistent flex to help you lock in those nosepresses, and Rubber Pads in the sidewalls soak up impact when you're gapping to the second down of a kink rail. And after you thrash it on gritty city streets, the extruded base is easy to repair.
Designed for all-around rippers, the K2 Subculture Snowboard is an all-terrain freestyle generalist that excels all over the mountain. The Subculture features a moderate set-back for added stability and float when you're cruising groomers and floating across fresh stashes. However, it still rides and lands switch without feeling unwieldy, thanks to symmetrical tip and tail shapes allowing balanced freestyle riding. Ultimately, this directional twin is a great choice for taking your tricks from the park to the natural drops, side-hits, and rollers of the mountain. Essentially camber with a large flat section through the middle, the Precision Lifted profile delivers the ollie power, response, and edge hold of traditional camber, but with a less grabby, easier-to-control feel. Delving inside this all-terrain shredder, you'll find a W2 wood core that's composed of three species of renewable wood for a smooth, consistent flex. Boosting ollies is a snap, courtesy of the pre-loaded pop of the Ollie Bar between the bindings. The ICG fiberglass/carbon lay-up enhances energy transfer and control during high-speed riding. Perfect for speed demons, the wax-thirsty sintered 4000 base glides quickly across everything from waist-deep powder to mushy spring conditions.
Whether he's sending a huge backcountry booter or linking lines in the park, Nils Mindnich is a master of his craft. So it's no surprise that he relies on the Salomon Craft Snowboard to help him stomp his tricks, no matter what terrain he finds himself in. It sports a poppy yet pressable flex to handle everything from jumps to jibs, and it's responsive enough to take around the rest of the mountain when you want to go for a cruise. The secret to its all-terrain success starts with the Rock Out Camber profile, which is flat between the bindings for high-speed stability and stomped landings. Camber near the inserts add response and edge hold and rocker at the tips increase forgiveness and float. Popster core profiling maximizes the natural snap of wood, making your ollies feel extra poppy without making the board feel stiff. A slight bevel on the edges prevents hangups when you're sliding sideways on rails, and Royal Rubber sidewall pads soak up impacts when you overshoot a jump. The EQ Rad sidecut lends an agile and smooth turning feel for weaving nimbly through trees and getting loose in the park. An upgrade over typical extruded bases, the Extruded EG base provides added speed when you're bombing into the biggest jumps in the park, but it's still easy to repair after you thrash it in the streets.
With sleepy style and an ability to handle just about any urban feature you put in front of him, Louif Paradis is a straight-up street killer who murders every spot he goes to. His accomplice in slaughtering said spots is the Salomon Villain Snowboard. It delivers a poppy, yet forgiving profile and smooth-flexing, but responsive feel for wreaking havoc on the streets or in the terrain park. Giving Lou the pop and stability of camber, yet with a more forgiving feel, Salomon gave the Villain its Rock Out Camber profile. A large flat section underfoot provides stability, while mild camber outside the bindings keeps your board loaded up for huge ollies and rocker at the tip and tail allows for catch-free riding. A TriaxGlass wrap gives the board increased response and a precise flex for the park, and Popster Booster carbon stringers enhance pop and response without adding weight. The lightweight aspen core is strong and snappy for a lively feel, and it's FSC-certified so you know it's sustainably harvested. The freestyle edge tune lets you slide rails right out of the plastic without worrying about getting hung up, and Salomon also added Slingshot TPU carbon inlays at the sidewalls for enhanced response. Rounding it out, the Sintered EG base is infused with gallium to boost impact-resistance and its Electra finish gives it turbo-charged speed.
Slice and dice your way through the park with power and precision on the Stepchild Kamknife Snowboard. Preferred by Canadian jump slayer Charles Reid, this powerful park board is made for riders who like to haul ass into huge jumps and boost big airs in the pipe. Snapback camber consists of mostly camber with small flat zones out to the contact points. This gives you the pre-loaded pop of traditional camber, but with a slightly more forgiving and stable feel, as well as a larger flat surface in the tips for popping big ollies and locking into presses. Biax glass keeps the flex soft enough for pressing on rails, while the addition of KEVLAR stringers ensures the response, stability, and dampening needed for going full throttle into the biggest jumps in the park. Poplar keeps the core lightweight and lively, while beech strips at the inserts improve strength and prevent blowouts. Stepchild upgraded the Kamknife this year with a sintered base for added speed and durability, and golfball-like Structurn dimples in the base reduce friction to make it even faster.