Slash Spectrum Snowboard

Slash Spectrum Snowboard
$272.30 $389.00 30% off
Spectrum Snowboard by Slash
Price subject to change | SKU: SLH000R

Slash Spectrum Snowboard

Built for riders who view the mountain as an endless canvas for freestyle expression, the Slash Spectrum Snowboard is your outlet for pressing handrails, cranking spins off kickers, and playing around the park. Although the Spectrum is a freestyle-focused deck, it excels at cruising the entire mountain thanks to the stability of a flat profile paired with a medium flex. Not as grabby as traditional camber, flat profiles deliver a stable platform for launching and landing, but with less worry of catching edges. The board's twin shape features Slash's signature tip and tail indentations, which look unconventionally cool without affecting performance. Reactive Flex uses two unique types fiberglass types in combination with the specially-profiled core to allow the board to flex across the width. When boardsliding a rail, for example, the edges bend upwards like a skateboard to prevent you from catching an edge. When carving a turn, it works the other way around. The board's edges flex downward, making for a concave base that adds extra grip. And if that wasn't enough, it also features Ultimate Traction, which uses one small, counter-radius bump at the center of the sidecut to create an additional contact point, giving you the grip you need to hold an edge on icy kickers and bulletproof groomers.

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