Beckoning you to the mountain's playground of snowy glades, open bowls, and fresh groomers, the Women's Wonder Snowboard is one of the most versatile boards in Salomon's line. It's designed to confidently take you anywhere with a balanced, fun-riding feel with plentiful snap and precision for charging at higher speeds and maneuvering in tight trees. Ultimately, it's geared towards the intermediate-to-advanced rider seeking a board that implores you to explore new areas of the mountain. The Wonder Snowboard is built off Salomon's Cross profile, which balances out the responsiveness of traditional camber with the catch-free nature, added playfulness, and easier float of rocker. Camber underfoot locks into responsive turns and snaps energetically off natural hits, transitioning to rocker at the tips for a bit of playfulness, as well as extra buoyancy in powder. Ghost Basalt Stringers maximize the snappiness of the board while absorbing high-speed vibration and excess chatter from bucking you off-balance. For a smoother overall ride, the Royal Rubber Pads are inserted into key areas of the sidewall for greater shock absorption underfoot when you're stomping landings and blasting over choppy snow. It's finished with a speedy sintered base that readily holds wax for faster glide, regardless if it's dumping feet of fresh pow or sunny slush on a spring day.
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