Salomon Snowboards Lotus Snowboard - Women's

Salomon Snowboards Lotus Snowboard - Women's
Salomon Snowboards Lotus Snowboard - Women's
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Lotus Snowboard - Women's by Salomon Snowboards
Go from linking first turns to bombing cruisers with the mellow flex, catch-free turn initiation, and stable feel of the Salomon Women's Lotus Snowboard. This soft-flexing directional twin is slightly set-back, allowing you to float through untracked snow and ride through chop without submerging your nose or being thrown off balance. Flat camber offers a stable, predictable feel that's ideal for beginners looking for solid edge hold without the catchy feel of fully cambered decks. Loaded with a full, tip-to-tail Aspen core, the Lotus delivers a smooth, consistent flex with high-density birch strips for beefed-up durability. BA LD fiberglass offers a mellow torsional flex for easy turn initiation, allowing you to hone your carving skills without the board being overly stiff or unforgiving. Add in a Bite-free edge tune for catch-free turn initiation and an extruded base for fast glide without regular waxing.

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SKU: SAL01GR
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