Salomon SickStick Snowboard - Hillside Project

Salomon SickStick Snowboard - Hillside Project
Salomon SickStick Snowboard - Hillside Project
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SickStick Snowboard - Hillside Project by Salomon
The SickStick is a unique freeride weapon designed to decimate open powder fields, land tricks off backcountry jumps, and carve your way through steep terrain. This directional twin features a centered stance that allows you to comfortably ride switch and opens up freeride terrain to a freestyle mindset. Rock out Camber combines all 3 types of profiles for a stable and powerful ride at high speeds, while the tip and tail rocker and tapered shape floats effortless in deep snow. Made from Salomon's top materials including a Ghost Green Core, the Sickstick feels light on the feet without sacrificing strength. The 151cm size sports a wider waist width and additional taper to be ridden 5-7cms shorter for navigating tight tree runs and mellower terrain.

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