Pillow Talk Snowboard - Women's by Salomon Snowboards
Annie Boulanger was tired of the guys having all the fun, so she went to Salomon and helped create a women's version of the popular Derby snowboard. The result was the Salomon Women's Pillow Talk Snowboard: a women-specific board, complete with a short and wide pow rocker that floats effortlessly in deep snow, springs through tight trees, and even rips on hardpack. Created with Salomon's Rocket Science Shaping, the Pillow Talk is much wider than its length would suggest, lending incredible float and stability to a substantially shorter board. Further increasing its floaty-fun feel, the Pillow Talk's tapered directional shape naturally sinks the rear, keeping the nose up and planing across bottomless pow. Additionally, the Rock Out Rocker adds rocker to the tip and tail for even more float, regardless of whether you're riding in the woods of Vermont or open bowls of Colorado. Fortifying this pow board, the aspen SLCT core features high-density wood strips along the binding inserts and rails for high levels of impact resistance. Royal Rubber pads placed into high-pressure zones of the sidewalls dampen high-speed vibration and chatter. Its quadratic sidecut lends effortless edge-to-edge response when you're carving groomers and arcing turns across hardpack. Not to mention, the extruded Slix base keeps the Pillow Talk gliding smoothly across deep snow while also maintaining durability against impacts.
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