- Price: €649 / $649
- Category: Freeride + Powder
- Sizes: 152, 156
- Flex: 7/10
- Shape: Directional Twin
- Profile: CamRock
- 3D: No
- Base: Sintered
Why we chose the Weston Hatchet Pow Slayer Snowboard: The Danny Devito of snowboards – short, fat and a completely lovable rascal.
Now in its sophomore year, Weston’s genre-defying backcountry freestyle machine is built for subverting paradigms and proving unequivocally that volume shifted decks are the future of progressive snowboarding.
Weird and wonderful, the Hatchet is as comfortable throwing lofty three’s off pillows as it is digging trenches on the hardpack. A powder board that isn’t reserved purely for the deepest days, Weston have ventured out and harpooned the great white whale of snowboard engineering. Unlike anything we’ve seen before, and riding like nothing else on the market, the Hatchet is in a league of its own.
“The Danny Devito of snowboards – short, fat and a completely lovable rascal”
Who Is The Weston Hatchet Pow Slayer For?
You like throwing backside spins as much as you like ripping backcountry, so why not do both? The Weston Hatchet is aimed squarely at snowboarders who refuse to pigeon-hole their riding style, who value finesse in the air as much as slashing in the deep.