Put it this way: If the Solution can handle Jeremy's lines, it's more than capable of riding your local touring spots.
- Directional hybrid-rocker shape uses exaggerated rocker in the nose with slight camber between your feet - tons of float without sacrificing control through crud or chop
- Wide, blunted nose shape reduces drag to stay above deep snow easily
- Carbon stringers improve edge grip and create a quick-reacting ride
- Modified Magne-Traction edges add five contact points - mellower toward the tip/tail to allow feathering turns, and more pronounced between the feet for powerful grip on ice
- Thin film topsheet replaces traditional plastic for reduced weight and environmental impact
- Sustainably farmed wood core is FSC-certified
- Sintered base holds a ton of wax to keep you sliding fast
- Split and pre-drilled for universal splitboard interface—bindings, skins, and hardware sold separately
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Great all around board
This is my first split board, but i have to say that this handles like a regular freeride board. the karakoram hardware keeps the board together very well and paired with their bindings, very easy to take apart and put back together on the mountain.
Skin up Shred Down
Fun split to ride. Very verist-al.
This is what a splitboard gets you!
Solid Splitboard, slow base though
I'm pretty happy with my solution, it's a really solid splitboard.
Advances, particularly in binding tech, have seen spitboards come a long way recently. Pair the solution with some karakorams (or sparks) and you've got a setup that rides almost as well as a solid board. The clips are also from karakoram and are much better than the old "chinese hooks" on most boards, although they can jiggle around a little outside the edge of the board in tour mode, so you wanna be careful not to bend them traversing close to the bottom of a rock or something.
My deck seems to have been cut pretty well, The two halves fit together very flush with no gaps down the entire length of the board.
If I had one gripe it would be that the base is "slow", it just doesn't feel as smooth as my other boards (e.g. burton malolo) which I have found makes me a bit slow on flat runouts compared to other boards. Maybe after a wax or two it will smooth out a bit.
I haven't ridden it in much less than bottomless powder (you gotta love japan!) and for this I definitely recommend using the rear most binding stance. I did negotiate some icy ridgelines though and it handles boilerplate just fine too, it's quite stiff.
Looking forward to pairing it with the new Karakoram heel lock downs to take advantage of the Magnatraction.
Is this board prepared for the voile split...
Is this board prepared for the voile split system, or do you have to drill yourself?
board comes pre drilled