Hedonist Splitboard - Women's by Pallas Snowboards
Treat yourself to the finer things this touring season with the easy-to-please Pallas Hedonist Splitboard. Indulging in all types of terrain with equal prowess, the Hedonist is a dynamic, true twin deck that loves to seek out and blast off of natural features all over the mountain. Pallas shaped this board like a park deck, but with the construction characteristics of an all-mountain ripper, to give you the best of both worlds when you're looking for a freestyle spin on days spent in the backcountry. Early rise in the nose and tail gives you a playful feel and easy float over pow, while positive camber underfoot helps initiate powerful carving and boost overall drive to keep you flying through flat spots. The nose and tail are blunted to add surface area for more buoyancy in powder, as well as reduce swing weight for a more precise level of control. Inside the Hedonist, a full poplar core works together with carbon support for powerful response, stability, and pop--all without any unnecessary extra weight. While you might not be able to place stickers on this deck's topsheet, take comfort in the fact it's because of its textured design that sheds the build up of snow to keep your uphill trek lightweight, and overall energy levels higher for longer.
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