Prior named the Khyber Snowboard after the Khyber trees that thrive in Whistler, seeing as how it's built to handle the insanely deep days the Pacific Northwest is famous for. Its highly tapered shape and huge rockered nose offer effortless float and eliminate back leg burn when nature delivers the goods. Its medium flex offers a surfy feel when slashing powder and weaving through trees, but is still stable and responsive when dropping into big, steep faces. Camber underfoot maintains pop and edge hold on windblown slopes or when cruising the groomer back to the lift. So whether you're navigating tight trees or dropping pillows and pointing it down chutes, you're guaranteed a good time when you're on the Khyber.
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