This high-speed directional charger is equipped with Vimana's most aggressive side cut to date. With its balanced, stiff flex and 2 cm setback, the Clone will give you a response like no other. Take it to the backcountry and enjoy effortless turning. Ride it on a freshly groomed piste and finally nail that full circle carve.
This board is perfect for experienced riders looking for a responsive deck for high-speed turns on the slopes and huge airtime in the park. This snowboard gives you the confidence and performance for expert level features but also works exceptionally well in the backcountry.
Directional is the classic snowboard shape, designed to be ridden with a slightly longer nose than tail to concentrate pop in the tail while still giving you plenty of float, flow, and control to rip any terrain or condition.
The traditional Camber profile is an advocate of powerful turns and poppy precision, camber speaks to the core values of board design. Offering a snappy suspension, camber distributes weight evenly over the entire length of the board for smooth, continuous edge control from tip to tail. If you like to haul ass and go big, camber is irreplaceable.
The aggressive flex allows you to hit the biggest kickers while offering the stability for high-speed turns on icy slopes and backcountry powder lines.
The ultralight wood core is a full poplar core with light and strong wood types. This gives the board a snappy and poppy feel. The sintered 7200 base of this board is mega fast, be the first at all the cool spots because you can outride everyone, including your buddies. The additional Carbon/Kevlar layer enhances the board's stiffness and increases the pop.
Premium gear, no bullsh*t. Vimana is a freestyle snowboard company based in Stavanger, Norway. They started production in 2014 and have managed to catch our attention in an incredibly short amount of time. With clean, Scandinavian designs, their goal was and is to produce the best snowboards the world has ever seen. No small feat, but if anyone can do it. it's these guys!