The Craft is Nils Mindnich’s ride-anything machine. Equipped with a new Slix base, Rock Out Camber profile, and EQ Rad to enable edge control with the ability to press. The Popster construction gives extra snap off the lip of jumps and Royal Rubber Pads soften stomped landings. The Craft is the cure-all for your freestyle pursuits at a no-brainer price.
All-Mountain Freestyle - You want to have fun on the whole mountain? This board does everything with ease, from kickers and rails in the park to side hits on the piste or powder runs and fast turns.
Freestyle specific True Twin: Identical tip/tail lengths and shapes, symmetrical core profiling, flex and a centred binding stance. Spin, stomp, and butter with a greater balance of freestyle mobility and cat-like stability no matter which way you point it. At the EQ Rad sidecut, equalizer and radial lines blend for the perfect balance of agility and fun.
The Rock Out Camber features a flat section between your bindings for stability, camber near the feet for response and a rocker on the tip/tail for press ability.
Happy in the medium, perfect for shredding everything, stable enough to go fast and big, yet flexible enough to press and butter.
The BiaxGlass features a medium, minimal torsional flex, and a forgiving, park-friendly feel. The Slix base is double extruded, backed up by all the durability and cost effective benefits of an extruded base, with all performance benefits of a sintered base. Maximise the natural snap and powerful pop of wood with Popster’s shaped core profile. Feels like your skateboard kicktail finally connected with your snowboard. At the Aspen Strong Core, CNC-selected high-density FSC certified wood strips for the inserts and rail zones results in improved impact resistance and a predictable flex from opening day to spring slush. Soft Royal Rubber Pads inserted into the high-pressure zones of the ABS Sidewalls dampen vibration and mellows the big impacts. Freestyle Edge Bevel means detuning the tip and tail to a 2-degree edge holding tune throughout the key parts of the sidecut, back to a 3-degree bevel between the feet. This delivers the complete blend of edge hold and park shred.
Salomon began their journey in the French Alps in 1947 and their values have stayed the same since day 1: "Curious, playful and optimistic but focused, dedicated and passionate all the same." As one of the backbones of the ski and snowboard industry, Salmon strive to connect people with nature in a playful yet progressive way, much in the same way as we do.