Mixed with a versatile, directional twin shape, Rock Out Camber, and snappy freestyle flex, Salomon's design formula for the quiver-killing Assassin Snowboard ensures that you'll lay waste to any terrain in your path. The Assassin blends Salomon's most progressive freestyle and powder shapes to transition from morning powder in the trees to afternoons spent lapping the park. Sure, it's a versatile all-mountain deck, but the Assassin has really come into its own by bringing your tricks to natural terrain features and waist-deep powder. One reason why can be found in the Rock Out Camber, which gives you the locked-in carves and responsiveness of camber, but with extra float to surf through powder days. The Assassin employs an Aspen Select core with Popster Eco Booster (bamboo rods) to max out the overall snap of the board. The ABC GreenRoll construction replaces as much plastic and harmful materials with additives of natural bamboo and basalt, along with Royal Cork rails along the sidewalls, resulting in a board that's friendly on the environment, and smoothly operates all over the resort.
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