Salomon Villain Grom Snowboard - Kids'

Salomon Villain Grom Snowboard - Kids'
Salomon Villain Grom Snowboard - Kids'
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Villain Grom Snowboard - Kids' by Salomon
The Salomon Kids' Villain Grom Snowboard packs the snappy response of the Villain Snowboard into a pint-sized package for the smallest of riders. This twin-shaped deck delivers a balanced feel that's ideal for learning switch tricks in the park and jumping off side-hits on the mountain. It's based off Salomon's Rock Out Camber, which places a large flat section between the bindings for a highly predictable and stable feel, transitioning to camber zones underfoot for the loaded response needed to clear jumps and lock onto rails. The tip and tail feature a subtle dose of rocker, which instills a bit more playfulness while producing extra float in powder.

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SKU: SALZ99A
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