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The perfect accomplice for wicked rail wizardry.

If you paid any attention to urban sorcerer Louis Paradis destroying everything in sight last season, then you probably noticed that he was performing his dark arts on the Salomon Villain Snowboard. Featuring the new Rock Out profile, the Villain has a perfect mix of camber and rocker for a board that is both highly pressable and super-poppy. But don't be afraid to take it out into the woods, the Villain can shred the rest of the mountain too; like Louis, it has many tricks up its sleeve.
  • Rock Out profile is flat in the middle, cambered near the feet, and rockered at the tip and tail for an optimal mix of stability, pop, and playfulness
  • BA MD medium-density fiberglass for a light and lively feel
  • Popster Booster uses carbon stringers to radiate energy from your feet to the tips for bigger ollies
  • Freestyle edges are pre-beveled for catch-free boardslides straight out of the plastic
  • Aspen SLCT core uses FSC certified sustainable wood for a snappy and lightweight feel
  • EQ Rad sidecut uses a mix of straight and radial lines for a playful and maneuverable ride
  • True twin shape makes it easy to stomp switch tricks
  • Sintered EG base has superior wax retention and durability
  • Royal Rubber pads inserted into the ABS sidewalls dampens vibrations

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5 5

Sick

dope board! flex makes presses easy while not sacrificing any pop. easily the best board ive owned

5 5

solid

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

solid at speed, camber hybrid is super grippy, sick pop, fun in the park...

basically a park board that can shred the whole mountain

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any plans to carry the 158w version?

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any plans to carry the 158w version?

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At 6 feet, 155lbs, what size for a rail...

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At 6 feet, 155lbs, what size for a rail and park board?

Toeside Terrors Test: The Salomon Villain

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Toeside Terrors Test: The Salomon Villain

4 5

155w Tested

I rode the 155W version of this board this summer while at Mt. Hood. The mixed camber of this board (camber between feet and rocker outside) played well on rails and kept the tips up enough to stay out of the slush, but still provided awesome stability and pop for straightlining and sending bigger jumps. Dampening material in the sidewall underfoot also helped absorb chatter on the early morning ice and served as and extra insurance policy when going too deep on the landing. Awesome deck for the freestyle rider looking to go fast, pop high, but still be forgiven on a scrubbed landing or on the rails.