- Sizes: 145, 146, 149
- Flex: 6
- Profile: Hybrid Camber
- Shape: Directional
- Price: £460/€530
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The Winterland is a board built for those days it’s spewed two feet of snow overnight, when you’re up at the crack of dawn to get first lines, when you need your board to have your back when it gets steep and deep.
Fractionally softer than last year, the Winterland is still stiff enough to handle the heat when you’re wanting to push it. The stiffer flex lets you go wild when you’re razzing around on piste, and keeps you feeling stable and rock solid when you’re laying into those carves.
“A big ol’ rockered nose gives you bags of float and a super smooth turn initiation”
The profile of the Winterland is one of the more confusing options, and combines camber, rocker and flat for the ultimate in board feel and response. A strong camber section from the tail of the board keeps your back leg down in the pow and gives you the aggression and liveliness you’ll need when riding on piste. This eases into a flat section in the middle of the board for stability and then a big old rockered nose gives you bags of float and a super smooth turn initiation.
A mostly poplar core with three lightweight wood stringers running the length of the board for the ultimate ratio of strength to weight. You can smash it around and not worry about it getting super heavy when you’re going non-stop all day.
They’ve milled out the core outside the inserts at the tail of the board and inserted two thin carbon rods. These get loaded up with energy through turns and give an extra kick under your back foot so you can slash harder and get more response.