Salomon Snowboards Pulse Snowboard - Wide

Salomon Snowboards Pulse Snowboard - Wide
Salomon Snowboards Pulse Snowboard - Wide
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Pulse Snowboard - Wide by Salomon Snowboards
Express yourself creatively in the park with the Salomon Pulse Snowboard Wide. This directional twin park board thrives when being ridden either switch or regular and thanks to its soft flex can be easily manipulated and pressed to keep up with the ever changing trends in park snowboarding. The Flat Out Camber profile is flat everywhere except underfoot where it features short camber sections, this creates a stable and easily maneuvered platform that can still hold an edge at speed and off of jump take offs. Riding park everyday can put your board through the ringer, because of that the Pulse is packed full of durable features like the full Aspen Core, ABS sidewalls, and extruded base. This combination along with the reliable fiberglass layers allows this board to keep sliding rails and stomping jump tricks with you day in and day out.

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SKU: SAL01FV
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