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Regular, goofy, regular … you go either way anytime, and so does the 2010 Good Wood-winning Salomon Drift Snowboard. The Drift’s True Twin shape teams up with the relaxed camber, Equalizer sidecut, and lightweight construction for jib-friendly performance in and out of the park.
- Wingtips profile gives you regular camber for pop and control at speeds, combined with elevated contact points at the tip and tail for easy turn initiation and catch-free spinning
- Royal Rubber Pads in high-pressure zones dampen vibrations and mellow out flat landings
- Equalizer sidecut frees up pressure on the tip and tail so that turning and spinning take less effort
- Full-length, lightweight Aspen Light core is reinforced with high-density birch strips for extra toughness
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the best there is
this board is sereously the shit. end of story. its soft enough to press and butter, yet has some good ol' camber to allow you to pop and give you stability on landings. also, its a pretty light board, which is an aspect often left out in making the decision on buying a board. this board is perfect for the guy that does it all, and this board will defenatelly help you learn and perfect your tricks.
is this board a good board to do like...
is this board a good board to do like presses on rails like is it soft
This board is considered a med-soft by Salomon...Definitely a good board for presses and rails.