Designed for any and all snowboarding environments, the one-of-a-kind shape of the Salomon Ultimate Ride Snowboard developed by Bode Merrill offers the best of Salomon's tech and rips everything from steep AK lines to late-night urban missions. Equipped with Quad Camber, the board's profile boasts aggressive camber underfoot, blended with rocker at the tip and tail. This profile makes it more buoyant in powder and slightly more forgiving than traditional camber, yet it retains the spring-loaded reactivity of camber when you're laying out high-speed carves, sending massive jumps, and hauling down steeps. The Ultimate's responsive flex and twin shape offer unflappable stability and response for conquering bigger park features and steeper lines at the resort. Inside this board, the Ghost Green core and Popster core profiling maximize the natural snap of wood, while retaining reliable strength at a low weight. Ghost carbon beams dampen vibrations and amplify pop at the tip and tail where you need them most. Salomon didn't stop there with the carbon additives, using Gunslinger Sidewalls, which insert snappy carbon inlays along the entire sidewall for greater reactivity and shock absorption. The Quadralizer sidecut allows for precise carving at high speeds and superior edge control in tight spots, such as glades and banked snake runs. The Ultimate Ride is finished off with a sintered Area 51 base for scintillating speed over everything from fresh pow to sticky spring snow.
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