Salomon HPS - Salomon X ASMO Snowboard - Men's

Salomon HPS - Salomon X ASMO Snowboard - Men's
Salomon HPS - Salomon X ASMO Snowboard - Men's
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HPS - X ASMO Snowboard - Men's by Salomon
Made in collaboration with Salomon team rider and founder of Asmo Pow Surfers, this board brings a classic directional shape, surfy float, and agile response to steep, open pow fields and creative freestyle lines in backcountry terrain, regardless of conditions. The setback stance, tapered directional shape, and BackSeat camber profile work in tandem to keep your turns loose and nimble while lifting your nose over deep snow for effortless float on dreamy pow days or through tight trees. The Ghost Green core is made from super lightweight paulownia to optimize pop and power without the bulk, and features Popster profile to give you the skateboard-like snappiness you've longed for. Staying fast all day long, the sintered EG base retains wax exceptionally well and is designed to withstand the beating you'll put it through in a season.

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SKU: SALZ981
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