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Get sick without the oil slick.

Hop on the Salomon Sick Stick Snowboard and shred the backcountry with a bonafide eco-warrior under your boots. Part of Salomon’s G.I.F.T project, the Sick Stick replaces nasty petroleum-based materials with lightweight, renewable bamboo that's snappier than a pair of fighting turtles and keeps the pandas happy. This tapered directional twin floats like a dream in pow, still holds meaty turns on hardpack thanks to Salomon's quadratic edge shaping, and sports a Popster core that feels more active than a hyper 7-year old on a sugar binge. The sintered 4000 base leaves no doubt about whether or not this board can dust any Sport Utility Snowboard, and with Wolle Nyvelt on board, you know the Sick Stick is no flaccid leaf blower.

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I am worried about the sizes here. I am...

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I am worried about the sizes here. I am 95kgs, will the 163 be enough. I have 165 Abacus, now in two peices.

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that sounds about right but if it doesn't work out backcountry has a great return policy.

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A little late to the Q.. but for anyone else with the same/similar Q.. Due to this boards design and shape it is meant to be ridden in smaller sizes that you would normally go for in a pow board, so I would say that a 163 would be just fine. I weigh just shy of 80 kgs and I think the 163 might even be too big for me, but you can never have too much float.

Hey i really like this board but i have a...

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Hey i really like this board but i have a size 12 boot is this board ok for me to get or do i need to find a wider one?

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this will do fine! :-) that whole Wide Vs. Narrow boot size thing is really just a technicality and never presents a REAL problem, i got size 11 boots and rode a girls board for a day (long story)...according to the charts its WAY too narrow for me, but it worked awesome and my heels or toes never dragged. so this board will do fine...if drag (by some freak happening) is a problem, then you can pick up a pair of risers for bout 50 bucks that will eliminate drag completley (and add power to your turns to boot)

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I ride this stick in a 163 and have size 12 boot (Salomon f22) and I have never come close to catching a toe or heel, and I have thrown some pretty deep turns on super fast cords (believe it or not) on this board. Although most of my sick stick's time is spent in the powpow.

helloWhat are the shipping for France ??

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helloWhat are the shipping for France ??

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On ne peut pas envoyer a France a cause des restrictions sur les textiles chinoises. Desolee!

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super sick stick

This board is really fun. It rips on anything, a great all around board. I loved it especially in light powder, just off the groomed path. The boards makeup is appealing as well, from the bamboo to the rubber insert to the double metal edge. A characteristic different from other boards is the flex. The bamboo is super strong but super flexible. I enjoyed this part, it stood apart from my older boards. Lastly, its light weight. Good all around board. I would recommend

Yo im in a dilemma here im going to be...

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Yo im in a dilemma here im going to be buying a board in the next few days and i have narrowed it down to the skate banana, T-Rice BTX, Lando BTX, or the Jamie Lynne BTX and the for the non LIBs the Rome Notch 1985, or the Sick Stick can i get some help here ive been out of the game for a little bit. Thanks

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I'm sure you have already gotten a board by now. But to best answer this Q we would need to know more information. Info such as your location, riding style, experience, and so on.