STRANDA 2021 TREE SURFER SPLIT

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Size: 162

Size: 162
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Description

The Tree Surfer Backcountry is your split for effortless float and surf on the deepest days. The fishtail sinks and steer in powder and windpacked without all the drawbacks of a bigger swallowtail. It’s groundbreaking hammerhead nose makes it go through thick crust like a tank, and opens up a track for the rest of the board to follow in. The Tree Surfer split comes with a scratchresistant plant based polyamid topsheet and aluminium tip and tail protectors. It’s made to be ridden hard and for many seasons. It was choosen as a Gear Guide Select 2021 splitboard by Backcountry Magazine, USA.

SPECIFICATIONS

Length: 162 Core: Ash/poplar Construction: Triax glass with carbon stringers Topsheet: Textured organic polyamid made from castor beans Profile: Low Camber with Tip-Tail-Rocker. Fish tail. Base: Sintered 4001 Durasurf Hardware: Voile compatblie insert pattern. Phantom Herkules clips.

Length

Weight range kg/lbs

Eff. Edge

Nose Width

Waist Width

Tail Width

Sidecut

Setback

Cent. Stance

Stance width

162

75-100/165-220

1270

318

260

303

7,8

22

57

47-68

SHAPE

The Tree Surfer features a Swallow Tail that allows for better control in deep powder. The unique hammerhead-sharknose brings you next level riding even in thick crust. This is a board shaped to excel in variable conditions.

PROFILE

We build our snowboards with classic camber and Tip-Tail-Rocker. We distinguish between standard camber and low camber: with low camber, the centre of the board is slightly elevated and the contact points are further towards the centre. The Tree Surfer Backcountry has 6 mm camber.

CORE

At Stranda Snowboards we use ash wood and a minor part poplar in our cores. Ash is perfect for building high-performance snowboards as it dampens vibrations and holds its camber, extending the life of your board. Adding poplar keeps the weight down. Choosing a premium material also allowed us to reduce the use of petroleum-based composites.