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Salomon Snowboards...

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
...has anyone ever ridden one? Just thinking about getting a more freestyle-orientated board this year and thought Salomon had some pretty sweet designs. I don't know how good their reputation for actual board design is though!? Cheers
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I find them to be stiff, or at least the ones I tried were (loft and something else). The strobe was a bit softer.
Havent tried the arnie 5000 or any of the others, I imagine them to be a lot softer than the loft, that thing is solid steel I'm sure. My 1st 2 boards where salomon, I only broke one of them, I liked them, even if they are a french ski maker.
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