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Slay everything in sight.

Transition from park kickers to deep powder without hesitation on the Salomon Assassin Snowboard. Combining Salomon's most progressive powder and freestyle shapes, the Assassin's versatility makes it a go-to choice for riders seeking one board to crush everything from waist-deep pow to slushy park laps. In fact, Salomon team riders Wolle Nyvelt and Taka Nakai use the Assassin for taking their freestyle skills into the deep snow of the Swiss Alps and Hokkaido woods. 

The key to the Assassin's all-terrain versatility lies within its Rock Out Camber. This hybrid profile delivers a large flat zone between the bindings for straight-line stability, with camber under the bindings for high-speed response when you're flying down steeps and weaving through tight trees. Rocker at the tip and tail enhance its float in powder, also providing a bit more play for buttering and pressing through the jib park.

Super-poppy and strong, the board's ABC Green Roll construction blends the snap and strength of bamboo, with basalt reinforcement and Royal Cork sidewalls for added vibration dampening. The Aspen SLCT core provides a smooth, mid-level flex for all-terrain performance. Its EQ RAD sidecut blends a traditional radial sidecut with Salomon's Equalizer for smooth carving and quick-turning agility. Add in an insanely fast sintered EG base with an Electra finish for the ultimate glide over deep, untracked snow.

  • True twin shape
  • Rock Out Camber
  • ABC Green Roll
  • Aspen SLCT core
  • Royal Cork sidewalls
  • EQ RAD sidecut
  • Sintered EG base

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The Assassin slaying Japan's pow.

Although it's a few years old, this footage shows the true potential of the Assassin in deep snow.