The original Assassin has long been favored by both Salomon pros and average Joes seeking a powerful freestyle board that blasts through boundaries and slays everything in sight. The Assassin Pro takes the same shape and profile as its little brother, then ups the pop and response while cutting down on weight. The elevated performance of the Assassin Pro starts with the Ghost Green Core, which reduces weight while also optimizing pop and making the board more eco-friendly. Gunslinger sidewalls feature carbon inlays that increase edge-to-edge response while soaking up chatter. Bamboo rods crank up the pop for livelier turns and bigger ollies, plus they crank up the sustainability too. Also featured on the original Assassin, Rock Out Camber features a large flat zone between the bindings for straight-line stability, with camber under the bindings for high-speed response when you're flying down steeps and launching off jumps. A touch of rocker at the tips enhances powder performance and keeps it forgiving.
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