Cruising up to a new rail setup or a freshly sculpted jump is like smelling blood in the water for the Salomon Sabotage snowboard. The twin shape is a given, and it's a perfect match for the responsive Flat Out profile. EQ5 edges place 5 kinks in the sidecut, for extra edge pressure and crazy edgehold on hardpack snow. The Popster profiled core is perfect for locking into rails and snapping ollies. Basically, it's high tech and built tough for long seasons of sending it.
The twin shape of the Sabotage translates into unrestricted trickery, switch or regular. The Flat Out profile puts a flat section between your feet, with mild camber outside the insert pack for precision control on hard packed park landings. When the landings are getting scratchy, the EQ5 sidecut digs in hard. Royal Rubber pads underneath the bindings fight chatter, and provide extra damping for the bombproof Aspen Strong core. The core gets Solomon's Popster profiling, for extra snap on ollies, and locked in presses. The Sintered base slides like greased lightning, and holds a ton of wax, so you've got no excuse for coming up short on the big jump line.
- Flat Out profile (flat between feet, camber tip and tail)
- Twin shape
- Medium-stiff flex
- EQ5 sidecut
- Royal Rubber Pads
- Aspen Strong core with Popster profiling
- Sintered base
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Flat out awesome
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
camber since I have been on rocker the past 5 years. But after riding this snowboard a couple times realized I have been missing out this whole time! The flat out camber is awesome for just about everything, Especially with the EQ5 side cut that this board has! It has a great edge to edge when ripping carves and super stable at high speeds too. This is the perfect board for anyone whose trying to charge jumps in the park with out having to worry about washing out, while still having a soft snowboard to press on rails.