Salomon Snowboards Huck Knife Snowboard

Salomon Snowboards Huck Knife Snowboard
Salomon Snowboards Huck Knife Snowboard
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Huck Knife Snowboard by Salomon Snowboards
The Mindnich brothers, Hans and Nils, are known for going big and riding fast, and the Salomon Huck Knife Snowboard is their weapon of choice whether they're hitting a park jump, sending a backcountry booter, or jibbing urban rails. This classic freestyle deck delivers power and precision for taking on the biggest features your local park has to offer. Quad Camber blends camber between the bindings, transitioning to more aggressive camber sections directly underfoot, with small rocker zones at the tip and tail. This profile gives you all the reactivity and explosiveness of camber, but with a less catchy, more forgiving feel. Boosting pop even more, carbon inlays (within the sidewalls) enhance energy transfer for powerful carves and bigger ollies. A Freestyle edge bevel prevents hang-ups when you're sliding sideways on rails, while the EQ Rad sidecut lends an agile, yet smooth-turning feel for weaving nimbly through trees and getting loose in the park.

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SKU: SAL010V
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