Building on the iconic performance of the original, the Flight Attendant Split is poppy and playful on natural hits, yet stable and responsive across bigger lines and high-speed descents. Slashing fresh turns between tight aspens, launching stacked pillows, and charging springtime steeps are the Flight Attendant Split's preferred uses. The Balanced Freeride Geometry combines a tapered directional shape (10mm of taper) with set-back camber and an early-rise nose to deliver effortless float in deep snow, without sacrificing the board's ability to lay an aggressive edge on sloughed steeps and icy chutes. And much like a twin-shaped board, the sidecut is centered along the reference stance, allowing you to ride backcountry terrain with a freestyle perspective.
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