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Whether it's a stormy morning of surfing low-angle powder in the trees or a clear, stable day perfect for checking iconic lines off your list, you'll enjoy getting after it on the Venture Women's Oracle Splitboard. With its moderately directional shape, Straight-Line Rocker, and medium flex, this split helps you handle every aspect of the backcountry with confidence and control. The Straight-Line profile places flat underfoot to provide stability and edge hold on hardpack and steeps, with rocker at the tip and tail for float and forgiveness. A long, wide nose keeps your tip up in the deep stuff and gives pow turns a surfy feel, while a stiffer, tapered tail provides drive and control when you're charging. Precise craftsmanship and attention to detail prevents sloppiness in the seam so the board rides more like a solid snowboard, allowing you to shred technical lines with confidence. New this year is the Carbonium topsheet, which is textured to prevent icy buildup on top of your board. Aspen sourced from within 100 miles of Venture's Silverton factory keeps the core lightweight, and ash and poplar stringers maintain strength and snappiness. Triax glass gives it pop and responsiveness while maintaining torsional flex so you can hold a mean edge. The castor bean topsheet reduces the need for petroleum-based products to boost eco-friendliness, and the sintered base is fast and hard to resist damage from hidden rocks.
Whether your kid is working on linking toeside and heelside turns or is already unleashing mayhem in the park, he'll love the catch-free feel of the K2 Vandal Kids' Snowboard. It has a soft flex and forgiving profile that makes control and progression easy and fun for young shredders.The profile is mostly flat with rocker tips for a stable feel that tracks well and won't leave him face down in the snow all day. A twin shape allows switch progression for advanced riders and is ideal for kids who haven't figured out which way they prefer to ride yet. The soft flex makes it easy to engage turns and keep the board under control, so kids can take on more challenging runs with complete confidence.
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.
Whether he's filming mind-blowing video parts in the streets or taking his deep bag of tricks to the park, Salomon rider Chris Grenier continuously pushes the boundaries of what's possible with the Salomonder Snowboard. Designed to be as soft-flexing as possible, the Salomonder is a dedicated jib board for taking your creative vision to kinked handrails, park jibs, smaller jumps, and urban features. It's fully flat for a highly predictable feel without unnecessary hang-ups when you're jibbing, sliding, and bonking through the park and streets. The flat profile also makes it forgiving on landings and take-offs without any funny business when you're hitting handrails and spinning onto various freestyle features. The board's twin shape keeps you centered for perfecting your switch repertoire and nailing those front board pretzel outs. The Salomonder features Easy Press construction, which aims to make the board as easy-flexing as possible while you're nose pressing down kinks and buttering around the mountain. No Chip Tips prevent nose and tail damage when you're thrashing this board in the park and streets. Another useful feature are Royal Rubber Pads inserted into the sidewalls, which dampen vibration and soften harsh landings when you're hitting rails onto flat surfaces. It's finished with a Freestyle Edge bevel, so you won't have to take a file to the board before jibbing and sliding.
Dominating everything from groomers to pow, the Paragon Snowboard is the most versatile board Venture has built to date, and will leave your other boards in the closet, collecting dust. A directional shape, offset stance, light taper, and Straight-Line Rocker keep this shape-shifter on edge over bulletproof conditions and afloat in the deep stuff, while the addition of TX30 glass and a mellower core profile reduce weight and increase flex between the feet to deliver a more playful, poppy ride for side-hit safaris. Venture placed ash stringers down the core's center and edges to create the ideal tip-to-tail flex and enhance durability, while the Durasurf sintered base ensure you stay fast over flat zones and won't have to re-wax every single day.
Based off the legendary pow-surfing shape of the original Hovercraft, the Jones Hovercraft Splitboard reigns supreme over your favorite backcountry stash with effortless float, fluid turn initiation, and precise control across icy steeps. As its name implies, the Hovercraft Split delivers mind-blowing float when your local range gets buried with feet of fresh powder. However, don't be fooled by this seemingly single-minded pow shape--the Hovercraft Split slices across crud and holds an impressive edge on steeps, thanks to serrated Traction Tech edges, camber underfoot, and a responsive flex pattern. Responsible for much of the board's amazing float, the tapered directional shape naturally sinks the rear end in powder, with the gigantic nose weightlessly floating across the snow. Going one step further for greater buoyancy in the deep stuff we all crave, the lengthened nose rocker keeps you from submerging in powder, regardless if you're surfing turns at slow speeds or opening it up full-throttle on bigger lines. For times when less-than-ideal conditions are present or swift turns are necessary, responsive camber sits directly underfoot for railing aggressive carves and locking into firm snow without slipping out. Creating a striking aesthetic while smoothing out chop and vibration, the bamboo topsheet gives the Hovercraft Split distinctive style and a damp feel. Karakoram clips actively join the board halves, reducing slop along the seam for a solid feel underfoot that's nearly indistinguishable from riding on a regular board. Traction Tech inner-edges inspire confidence on sketchy ascents, especially when you're side-hilling in icy conditions. Another impressive feature are stainless steel tip and tail protectors, which take the brunt of impact against buried debris lurking just beneath the snow, such as tree limbs and imposing rocks. Rounding things out, you'll find Quick Tension Tail Clips, which work harmoniously with Jones' signature climbing skins without ...
Desiree Melancon has been pushing the level of women's freestyle progression for the last few years and holding her own with otherwise all-male film crews. Her deck of choice for laying down clean tricks in the park and streets is the Salomon Women's Gypsy Snowboard. New for this season, the Gypsy sports a redesigned shape based off the freestyle-favorite Villain. Its mid-level flex brings a playful vibe for jibbing and jumping without feeling overly loose on the mountain, plus it's loaded with pop-enhancing features for heightened ollie power. The Gypsy's freestyle domination starts with a Rock Out Camber profile, which is flat between the bindings for high-speed stability and smoothly stomped landings, with camber near the inserts for added response and edge hold, along with rockered tips for a bit of forgiveness and float. Popster core profiling maximizes the natural snap of the Aspen Select Core, making your ollies feel extra poppy without making the board feel stiff. Slingshot carbon inlays (within the sidewall) enhance energy transfer for quick edge-to-edge transitions and snappier ollies. Pre-beveled Freestyle edges are ready to jib right out of the plastic, so you won't have to take a file to 'em in the garage. New for this season, the Gypsy's Quadralizer sidecut locks into long, drawn-out carves without feeling washy like a typical park deck. It's rounded out with a sintered base to give it the durability and speed required to withstand thrashings in the streets and clear bigger park jumps without worry.
Featherweight on the way up, rock solid on the descent, the Jones Ultracraft Splitboard is designed for crushing high alpine assaults, bottomless powder runs, and steep, technical lines. Its incredibly lightweight construction allows you to venture deeper into the backcountry with less effort, while its solid build and floaty design help you check off lines you've been dreaming about for years. Camber underfoot provides edge hold and stability on packed snow and sketchy skin tracks, while a long rockered nose keeps it afloat effortlessly in powder and the short tail makes it highly maneuverable in deep snow. Looking inside this hard-charging split, the Ultra ISO-Core shaves serious weight for the long skin up, without sacrificing structural integrity. This triple-density wood core is reinforced with ISO-Core, which is a foam-fiberglass composite that's as stiff as any wood, except 15% lighter. Plus, it's reinforced with hardwood stringers along the edges for increased impact-resistance and powerful response. Trusted by road biking pros, TeXtreme carbon fiber is incredibly 20-30% lighter than traditional carbon fibers, yet doesn't sacrifice stiffness or strength. Bolt-Less Bridge technology thickens the core at the clips so Jones doesn't have to drill all the way through the board to anchor the clips. Not only does this provide a more powerful connection, it also increases torsional stiffness for a more stable ride on seriously steep slopes. Trusted by World Cup ski racers, the Ultra base is faster and tougher than any other base you've ever experienced. Another important feature is Traction Tech along the inside and outside edges. These small serrations substantially increase edgehold when you're skinning up icy skin tracks and shredding down icy, hardpacked terrain.