All Mountain - Whether you're doing hot laps, tree runs, ripping around or just cruising the park, this board's versatility should allow you to shred virtually anywhere on the mountain in whatever condition.
Slash a turn, tweak a grab, bonk a tree, ollie the cat track and be sure to high five your friends before doing it all over again.
Powder/Freeride - Whether dipping into the trees or hiking out of bounds with your buddies, these boards are designed to get you to the good stuff and handle whatever situation you throw at them.
Typically directional or tapered directional shapes, wide floaty noses, floaty rocker technologies and mellow sidecuts for laying out wide turns when you're in the fluffy white.
Aggressive Riding - Built tough for those on the charge and stepping up to bigger features - whether it's high-speed groomer assaults, heavy hitting jumps, dropping cliffs and chutes, or just ripping the whole mountain a new one - these bindings offer increased stability, power and overall "oomph" to your shred game.
Soft▼Stiff - Mid-Stiff Flex - good stability, pop, somewhat aggressive response and control. Also ideal for slightly bigger riders.
Directional - Directional shapes are typically built for all-mountain freeriding and groomer assaults, and often featured on some entry level snowboards. Designed to perform better riding in one direction over the other, these boards usually come equipped with setback stances, a longer or wider nose for float, and a stiffer tail for drive.
Directional snowboards are good for everything from aggressive power riding to laid-back cruising, from steeps and trees to open powder fields and beyond.
Camber Dominant - A predominately cambered board with a mix of camber profiles. Camber zones offers pop and stability. Rocker offers a little more float for powder along with playfulness for jibbing, while flat zones are a happy medium between camber and rocker.
*Note: profile image exaggerated for visual perspective, please see this brand's specific camber tech for more details
Backseat CamRock - Backseat CamRock gives you everything you need to slay your backcountry line. There is a touch more rocker in the nose to add float and improve maneuverability, matched with a small set-back camber between the bindings to keep your snowboard responsive.
Powder Wood Core - Composed of low-density paulownia and poplar woods for their optimal strength and weight, with beech hardwood strips placed through the inserts and along the rails to increase core durability, pop and impact protection. The Powder Core is light, lofty, tough and designed for powder float.
Reactive Flex Stringers - The most advanced board technology available today! A composition of two unique fiberglass layouts in combination with the lightweight wood core assembled and profiled by Slash's engineers in Switzerland. Reactive Flex gives board's the ability to also flex across the width. So, however you bend the board it will react the best way imaginable.
For example if you jump on a park rail for a boardslide, the board's edges lift up, creating a convex base which minimizes your chance of catching an edge. When carving a turn, it works the other way around. The board edges flex downward, creating a concave base which makes your edge bite more into the turns.
Landing Strip Stringers - Strips of Kevlar and carbon fiber placed from the inserts to the tips in the nose and tail to support landings and reduce washouts. This design also helps dampen high-speed chatter, offer stability at speed and load up potent ollies.
Diamond Stone Finish - Diamond-structured stone grinding is the best possible base finish. The grinding occurs on two axes to maximize grind and optimize the durability of the base. This eliminates the slow, suction feel that comes with one dimensional base finishes.
Sintered HD Base - The fastest and densest sintered base on the market today, and is also the most impact-resistant surface available. This performance base holds wax longer to keep you at the head of the pack.
Tip Protectors - Thin and light, but surprisingly strong, aluminum protectors on the tail and/or nose protect the board from the damage that can result from impacts. This small detail makes a big difference for the durability of the deck, especially if your repertoire is more park/urban focused.
Ultimate Traction Bumps - Ultimate Traction is a small counter radius (bump) placed in the middle of the board's sidecut. By positioning this bump instead of using a traditional sidecut, Slash improved edge hold and center stability by not only relying on the board's outside contact points. This gives you more control of your board, especially on ice, less fatigue turning the board and lots more fun.
Steel Edges - Slash's edges have 35% more steel than stock edges from other companies. This makes the edges stronger and more durable to enhance the life of the board.
Progressive Sidecut - Sidecut makes a snowboard turn. Progressive Sidecut is Slash's enhanced sidecut design that makes the board's contact points more relevant for smoother turns.
|Waist Width (cm):||25.1||25.4||25.6|
|Suggested Boot Size (US):||< 10.5||< 11||< 11.5|
|Weight Range (lbs):||145 - 185||160 - 205||165 - 210+|
|Stance Set Back (in):||.8||.8||.8|