Don't even bother checking the weather or snow report on your way to the mountain if you are riding the Salomon Assassin Snowboard Wide. This directional twin all-mountain board is packed to the gills with features that allow it to thrive on everything from park to powder. Additionally the wide sizes cater to riders with bigger feet to prevent toe drag when railing turns. The key to this versatility is the medium flex that can be manipulated for presses in the park and to initiate turns, while still providing enough stability to be ridden at speed all over the mountain. Working with the medium flex to provide an exceptional ride in all snow conditions is the super versatile Rock Out Camber. This profile mixes a flat section between the inserts with camber under both feet and rocker out to the tip and tail. The flat section underfoot provides a stable platform that can be effectively edged while offering more forgiveness than a fully cambered profile. The camber underfoot adds a little more power transfer to the edges for additional control while the rocker out to the tip and tail helps you float through fresh snow and squeak around the last 180 on a trick in the park with less risk of a catastrophic edge catch.
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