The backcountry is a playground in the Weston Range Splitboard's eyes, and it's ready to spin off cliffs, hit backcountry jumps, and land pillow lines with ease. The directional twin shape and medium-stiff flex allows you to show off your freestyle skills in the backcountry and helps you feel comfortable riding or landing switch. A rocker-camber-rocker profile makes the Range highly versatile in any snow conditions, offering a powerful and controlled ride while increasing forgiveness and float. Carbon stringers in the nose and tail increase stiffness to absorb big landings and increase stability at speed, while the Slayer wood core combines bamboo and poplar for a lightweight feel that adds plentiful snap. If you're the rider looking for a splitboard that can handle powder but also take off from natural features so you can showcase your bag of tricks, the Range is the ideal splitboard for you.
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