It stands to reason that backcountry riders get more powder than resort riders, which is why you haul the Weston Backwoods Splitboard through the backcountry, up mountains, and into the backwoods in search for the softest, deepest snow around. This directional splitboard is Weston's award-winning split for its expertise at riding snow on various terrain. Its highly rockered, shovel tip and blunt, early rise tail promote charging hard through deep snow down open bowls, while the camber underfoot handles edge control in tight couloirs.
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Weston Snowboards Backwoods Splitboard - Men's
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