Huck Knife Grom Snowboard - Kids' by Salomon Snowboards
The Salomon Huck Knife Grom snowboard is a park board packed with features and technologies that allow smaller and younger riders to push their limits and never stop progressing. This true twin board mimics adult boards with a medium flex, and quad camber profile to make sure it out performs other grom boards that feature watered down technologies and materials. The True Twin shape allows for all tricks to be confidently set and landed both regular and switch so that younger riders bag of tricks can start getting deeper and deeper. Along those same lines, the medium flex and Quad Camber profile create a responsive and powerful ride that will never hold a new rider back, no matter if they are working on frontside 360's or switch back 720's. The Quad camber profile features camber under foot and between the inserts for consistent power transfer to the edge, perfect for setting tricks off of jumps, mixed with quick rocker sections outside the feet for forgiveness that helps limit punishing edge catch crashes on jump landings. Combining these features with a high quality aspen core and super fast sintered base encourages young riders to reach their potential.
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