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Get a Grip. There, we said it.

Conceived in the lab after a failed surgical attempt to suture Wolle Nyvelt and Harrison Gordon into Siamese twins, the Salomon Grip Snowboard is a bona fide pow slayer with pure park prowess. Salomon doesn’t like waste, so it cut out twenty-five percent of the plastic in the Grip’s ABS construction that helps give the Grip mad pop, stability and edge-to-edge response. Add an Equalizer sidecut for smooth aggressive turns with iron-fist edge grip, and this true twin babe magnet sends it every time.
  • Long Nose Kick adds float in pow, but thanks to a true twin shape still rides and lands switch just as easy
  • True twin shape and medium flex for freestyle and all-mountain versatility
  • Popster Core adds grips of pop so you can win ollie contests from coast to coast
  • Sintered base moves faster than that fast Mexican mouse from the cartoons
  • Royal Rubber Pads dampen vibrations and absorb impacts for a smoother ride
  • ABC Sandwich adds the durability, strength and response of bamboo while minimizing waste
  • Full edge bevel gives you two-stage beveling for a complete blend of edge hold and park fun
  • Aspen Strong core features high-density wood strips at inserts and rails for improved impact resistance, stability and predictable flex

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I am trying to decide on what size to get...

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I am trying to decide on what size to get in this board, I normally would get 157 without thinking, but with the rocker tech in this board it makes me wonder if I should be looking more at the 154, I weigh 160lbs and am 5ft 10 inches, I want a all mountain freestyle board , not a park only board, or board size. Thanks for any input, I live in Southwestern Montana. Also I am curious if anyone knows the details of the rocker on this snowboard, is it zero camber between the bindings with rocker in the tip and tail or is camber between the bindings with rockered tip and tail, its not very clear, even on Salomons website they say it has Rockequalizer : stating that it has low or flat camber with ridiculously long nose kicks, but what exactly does that mean, I think it means zero camber (aka: no camber) and rockered tips and tail, but if anyone knows for sure I would greatly appreciate the info

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I would let rocker be more of an added benefit rather than letting it change the way you buy a snowboard, I'd say buy your normal length as if it were cambered.

If you think you may be between sizes, go bigger if you're riding more pow, if you're spending more time in the park or hardpack, go smaller, given you're weight and riding style however, it is my personal opinion the 157 has your name on it.

As far as the camber story goes, sounds like it's a low-rising rocker with an abrupt kick on the nose/tail- to draw comparison's perhaps similar to Capita's Flat kick.

Hope that helped.

I am trying to decide on what size to get...

Posted on

I am trying to decide on what size to get in this board, I normally would get 157 without thinking, but with the rocker tech in this board it makes me wonder if I should be looking more at the 154, I weigh 160lbs and am 5ft 10 inches, I want a all mountain freestyle board , not a park only board, or board size. Thanks for any input, I live in Southwestern Montana. Also I am curious if anyone knows the details of the rocker on this snowboard, is it zero camber between the bindings with rocker in the tip and tail or is camber between the bindings with rockered tip and tail, its not very clear, even on Salomons website they say it has Rockequalizer : stating that it has low or flat camber with ridiculously long nose kicks, but what exactly does that mean, I think it means zero camber (aka: no camber) and rockered tips and tail, but if anyone knows for sure I would greatly appreciate the info

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I think you should stick with the 157. If you want it for an all mountain board then I assume you will be hitting some powder. I don't care how much rocker is in this board. I weigh 154 and my all mountain boards are anywhere from a 156 to 159. You want more float when you are not in the park. Where do you ride? People in the east tend to stick with shorter boards because they don't get the powder that we do in the West. In any case, I would still get the 157. Especially if you like to lay down a carve getting to your destination. Hope this helps.