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Get dirty in the park with the Sanchez.

The Salomon Sanchez Snowboard—no sophomore slump here. Starting its second year in Salomon’s freestyle arsenal, the Sanchez is comin’ back for more jibs, butters, and hits. A pure twin shape, mellow flex, and shock-absorbing SWS construction mean one thing—total park and rail domination. Salomon put rubber inserts under bindings to take some of the impact of harsh landings, and the critical area detuning makes for less hang-ups on rails.

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What is the maximum weight that can...

What is the maximum weight that can ride this board?
I think i'm around 80 kilos, and 6 footish.

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At 80 kg you're going to want ATLEAST a 157. I definitely wouldn't go any smaller than that. So a 154 is going to be too small for you.

5 5

Next years is amazing

so i tried my friends 2010 model salomon sanchez(they ran out of stock on last years and sent him next years)and its if magical! super buttery and reallllly light, buy!

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hey what is the widest stance you can get...

hey what is the widest stance you can get on it in lets say the 154? really like the look of the board but im used to a wide stance and now im unsure again...

In the picture, the back of the board is...

In the picture, the back of the board is faded and is not as vibrant as it is in other pictures on other sites....is that just cuz the picture was taken bad or is that a defect of the board?

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It's neither a defect or bad pic. It's how the board is made. It's meant to look a little faded on the bottom side.

3 5

sick but not so sick

i owned one and must say good flex still stayed sturdy and brings u back if u land a little to far on ur tail off the kicker...rails slid great..but when i was doing a tame dog(front flip) were the rubber inserts are it cracked right on the line..it could have been were the pressure is but i think it was because thats were the wood inside isnt one peice so it could split easier..but other then that great board

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I owned last years Sanchez and it was complete awesomeness. Legit twin tip and good flex makes this thing sweetsauce.