With the splitboard market growing, Never Summer has entered the game with its legendary snowboard construction to introduce the Atom Splitboard, a lightweight, all-terrain, and durable contender to quite literally take you to new heights. With revolutionary technologies and rock-solid construction, this is a splitboard to not only last you the entire touring season, but it's sure to spread smiles from cheek to cheek on the ride down. Starting with Never Summer's new Touring Ripsaw Rocker Camber which combines rocker between the bindings and camber under both feet, they elongated the front camber section and added a flat area beneath the touring brackets. This gives the feel of their regular solid boards with added grip underneath the touring areas for heading up the skintrack efficiently. To add effectiveness uphill, the incredibly lightweight and strong NS Pixie Dust wood core was engineered specifically for their splitboards, and Carbon Max laminates increase stiffness while lessening the weight even further. As expected, Never Summer packed the Atom with the RDS 2 Damping System to reduce impacts and included elastomeric underfoot stabilizers to, you guessed it, add stability to your ride. On icy skintracks or late-season corn riding, the Power Grip sidecut aids in edge hold and carving while the early ride nose powers over chunder and variable snow. When the mountains call, go explore on the Never Summer Atom Splitboard.
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