Salomon pro Annie Boulanger looks for a board that can handle the whole mountain―from screaming down in-bounds cruisers to ripping fresh pow in the backcountry―so she rides the Salomon Women’s Ivy Snowboard. The Ivy’s versatile cambered profile is enhanced by a directional twin shape that only adds to its all-mountain prowess, and Salomon added Quadratic edges to ensure smoother turns with less catching.
- Directional twin delivers better float in powder but can still be ridden and landed switch for freestyle riding
- ABC Sandwich has a lower weight and uses 25% less plastic than traditional boards and maximizes the natural pop and strength of bamboo for smooth ride that is full of fun
- Popster Core Profile ensures a lightweight ride with tons of energized pop
- Rubber Rails dampen vibrations and absorb impacts for a smoother ride
- Full Edge Bevel for edge hold with balanced park versatility
- G.I.F.T. (Green Initiative for Tomorrow) series snowboard, which uses lighter weight, more environmentally sustainable materials
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Ive been boarding for about a year or so...
Ive been boarding for about a year or so and am really really interested in buying this board! It says recommended for advanced use. . . is it still alright if i use it?? Any reasons why i shouldn't purchase it?
If you like steeps and want a board that can charge this is for you!!! Torsionally stiff but still very playful in both tip and tail. LOVE IT!!!
hey i was just wondering if anyone knows...
hey i was just wondering if anyone knows where i can get the bindings from??