Weston Snowboards Backwoods Carbon Splitboard - Men's

Weston Snowboards Backwoods Carbon Splitboard - Men's
Weston Snowboards Backwoods Carbon Splitboard - Men's
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Backwoods Carbon Splitboard - Men's by Weston Snowboards
When it comes to the Backwoods Carbon Splitboard, Weston took the widely loved Backwoods and supercharged it for increased uphill performance and added durability. Featuring Weston's most technically advanced Strike wood core, it combines paulownia wood with aluminum stringers to increase durability while maintaining a damp, lively feel. A Carbon Weave topsheet replaces fiberglass to save weight and add response, while Rooted flax inserts are strategically placed to increase strength and snap. So, if you've loved the regular Backwoods splitboard but dream about it in a far lighter design, the Backwoods Carbon retains all the same flex, camber profile, and shape but in a lightweight package for venturing off further and higher into the backcountry.

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