Whether you are sending a huge backcountry booter or linking lines in the park, you can rely on the Salomon Craft Snowboard to help you stomp tricks no matter what the conditions are like. It sports a poppy yet pressable flex to handle everything from jumps to jibs, and it's responsive enough to take around the rest of the mountain when you want to go for a cruise. The secret to its all-terrain success starts with the Rock Out Camber profile, which is flat between the bindings for high-speed stability and stomped landings. Camber near the inserts add response and edge hold and rocker at the tips increase forgiveness and float. Popster core profiling maximizes the natural snap of wood, making your ollies feel extra poppy without making the board feel stiff. A slight bevel on the edges prevents hangups when you're sliding sideways on rails, and Royal Rubber sidewall pads soak up impacts when you overshoot a jump. The EQ Rad sidecut lends an agile and smooth turning feel for weaving nimbly through trees and getting loose in the park. An upgrade over typical extruded bases, the sintered base provides added speed when you're bombing into the biggest jumps in the park, but it's still easy to repair after you thrash it in the streets.
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