Giving a nod to the 10th Mountain Army division who helped shaped the modern ski industry, the 10th Mountain Splitboard was created just a few miles from the division's training grounds. This stiff-flexing split was designed for the aggressive rider that wants to be able to point it down steep, technical runs while also allowing them to let their freestyle skills shine during cliff drops or spine hits. Featuring a Conqueror wood core that blends paulownia, poplar, and bamboo for a lively, lightweight feel, Weston added 3 carbon stringers embedded in the core of each ski including carbon stringers laid vertically to increase response and stability. And to finish it off, the Directional Multi-Radial Camber Rocker is camber-dominant with rockered tips to give you sufficient edge hold on the skin track with the float needed for mid-winter powder days.
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