Salomon Villain Snowboard

Salomon Villain Snowboard
Salomon Villain Snowboard
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Villain Snowboard by Salomon
Progress your park game this season with the Salomon Villain Snowboard. This medium flex, true twin board thrives when being pressed on rails, buttered over rollers, or popped off jumps. The true twin profile lets you mirror all of your tricks both regular and switch while the Rock Out Camber profile provides a poppy feel with just enough forgiveness to make sure you don't get whipped when you slightly under-rotate a trick. A durable, poppy Aspen coreis built to put up with the rigors of everyday park riding, along with the torsionally rigid triax fiberglass, and stone finished sintered base. This combination will have you lapping the park from sun up to sun down for maximum enjoyment this winter.

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SKU: SALZ999
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