- Sizes: 153, 156, 158W, 159, 161W
- Flex: 5
- Profile: 3BT Camber
- Shape: Directional Twin
- Price: £399 / €460
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The Stomper has seen a few changes this year to make it a bit more of an all mountain charger rather than an out and out freestyle machine. Some of the volume has shifted back to give a little extra nose, and while this won’t muck up your switch landings, it will give a more stable on piste feel and a bit easier handling in powder.
The cambered profile is gonna deliver bag loads of pop, the board will basically always be spring loaded ready to throw you up. It’s gonna work well on piste, and will feel stable and steady at speed and when you’re getting carves in.
“Two hollow carbon tubes are milled into the bottom of the core to get rid of the crackle and add more snap and pop”
The Super Slick X base is easily repairable should you have a fight with a rock or get into a barney with an unruly kink rail. It’s also really absorbent, so it will suck in the wax better than some alternatives. The durability and speed strike a nice pairing, as well as keeping the price down.
The core is a mix of paulownia and poplar wood, keeping the board lightweight but not sacrificing durability or pop. To further accentuate the snap and lively personality of the Stomper, they’ve added D.S.T (dual super tubes). Two hollow carbon tubes are milled into the bottom of the core to get rid of the crackle and add more snap and pop.
BiAx glass keeps the mellow lengthwise flex of the board but increases your edge to edge reaction and gives you a better feel of the board underfoot.