Cardiff Snowcraft Swell Enduro Split Snowboard

Cardiff Snowcraft Swell Enduro Split Snowboard
Cardiff Snowcraft Swell Enduro Split Snowboard
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Swell Enduro Split Snowboard by Cardiff Snowcraft
Beat the crowds on an epic powder day and head into the backcountry with the Swell Enduro Split Snowboard. This split combines 30mm of taper with a directional shape and a wide nose to keep you afloat on the deepest days imaginable. The a CAMBERcore combines poplar and paulownia woods with carbon fiber to reduce weight and add dampening. A HALFcamber profile provides 60% camber across the entire length, making it powerful and snappy between the feet while proving float on the nose and tail, while a medium-stiff flex gives instant response but still offers a surfy feel when you're navigating through the deep stuff. So whether you're skinning up to wide open bowls or making your way down powdery spines, the Swell is the tool of choice.

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