For the rider with freestyle skills and big-mountain aspirations.
- R.C. (rocker and camber) technology provides the smooth turns and float of rocker (middle) with stability and pop of camber (outside of binding mounts)
- Never Summer SuperLight wood core blends stiff hardwood, flexible softwood, and layers of elastomeric vibration dampeners for all-mountain versatility
- Carbonium Damping System (CDS) reduces vibration and provides rebound under the edges to reduce damage to sidewalls
- Carbonium Laminate Technology (CLT) under the binding inserts combines dual X-pattern and dual V-pattern strips at the core's base and top for strength
- Bi-Lite fiberglass layer offers strength but delivers forgiving flex
- Highly durable, textured Carbonium topsheet resists damage from hard use
- P-Tex inner and outer sidewalls provide stability and strength
- Full-wrap metal edges and P-Tex tip and tail protection reduce damage from hard objects
- Wide version only available in 163cm
- Voile Split Kit and skins NOT INCLUDED
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Write your question here... does this...
Write your question here... does this board come pre-drilled for the the Voile Universal Splitboard Binding Kit?
Hi there, yes, its setup from the factory to accept the Voile hardware... FYI, according to BC.com the splitkit and skins are NOT included... GEEZE!
Heather baroody on the SL Split
All backcountry riding is done on the SL Split. The Proto CT was used for all the park footage.
Bc snowboarding in the Eastern sierras
I am looking for some gear and I am hoping...
I am looking for some gear and I am hoping that you'll be able to assist me I need a good splitboard with equipment cause I have nothin yet cause their is such a variety out their that I don't know what to choose from I have been using snowshoes regular snowboards collapsing ski poles and a bag for food. I have been hitting diamonds and doubles but I am getting board so I need some equipment to go bigger and I want to stay out longer then just a day. So what kind of gear do u think will be suitable for me and decent priceage
There are a lot of factory splitboards out there, and most are the same. They all will use the Voile hardware. So picking a splitboard is the same as picking a new regular board; find the specs you like and go with that one. For the $ I would personally go with the Voile Mojo as they have rocker tech, are cap construction (topsheet rolls over to the metal edges instead of a sandwich construction where the topsheet and metal edge are separated by a sidewall material), and the best price. Though if money is not an issue, then I would just get the one that you like... Most people split a board they already have because its about 1/2 the price and they know how the board rides. check us out www.mnttechnologies.com
Now I really don't want to discredit what dan said, but In my opinion splitting a board is very risky. As for staying out for more than a day, click on my name and scroll down to "My Splitboard Mountainering Gear" and this is what I suggest for Overnght stays in the White room.
Sick, Sick board.
Finally companies are making directional twin and true twin splits! this board is so fun and poppy, rails on edge, beats down chop, floats pow, spins well, STOMPS landings solid. the flex is more of the Heritage than the SL solids - stiffer tip to tail and torsionally.
description is a little misleading. the board came with tip and tail clips, chinese hooks, touring brackets, and heel risers. NO pucks, slider plates, skins. not 100% sure this is how bc.com will continue to ship them out, but that is how mine came.
build quality on this snowboard is outstanding, as anyone who is familiar with Never Summer will be used to.