Built to meet the needs of Wolle Nyvelt's surfy pow-riding style and Josh Dirksen's authoritative edge control, the Salmon Super 8 Snowboard is a high-powered daily cruiser that kills it on icy groomers and pow-choked chutes. Backseat Camber has camber under the back foot for explosive turning power and is flat under the front foot to keep it playful in powder. Rocket Science Shaping lends the Super 8 extra width for increased stability and float. This ingenious shaping allows you to downsize a few centimeters for quick-turning agility when you're banking between trees and negotiating narrow chutes, without sacrificing straightline stability. Furthermore, slight tapering enhances the Super 8's performance in deep powder, allowing the tail to naturally sink while the buoyant nose effortlessly planes across the snow. Equipped for high-speed riding, the board's Aspen Strong core features high-density wood strips beneath the binding inserts and along the rails. This lends high levels of impact resistance, should you accidentally smash into some rocks or tree branches. Ghost Basalt Stringers improve snap and vibration dampening when you're blasting down steep terrain. Royal Rubber Pads in the sidewalls dampen the board from the choppy, busted-up conditions that you'll usually encounter towards the end of a powder day. Add in the smooth edge-to-edge feel of a quadratic sidecut and fast glide of a sintered base for crushing big mountain laps and high-speed groomers with tons of control.
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