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The Venture Divide Split Snowboard frees you from boundaries.

Done with the resort? Feel a need to tap the freedom of the backcountry? The Venture Divide Split Snowboard gets you there. Venture builds all its board from scratch in its wind-powered factory in Silverton, CO, so you know you’re investing in a board made with love for backcountry shredding and the environment. An all-wood core with matchstick construction provides a stable, balanced ride, and a tight clean inside line makes the Divide’s ride feel more like a solid board. Moderate taper and a stance offset make this splitty fun and floaty, and torsional rigidity adds stability at speed. Venture included factory installed inserts and tip-and-tail hooks, but a binding interface and climbing skins are sold separately.

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does it come with bindings?

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does it come with bindings?

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nope. You have to get the Voile bindings.

What kind of boots and bindings do I need...

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What kind of boots and bindings do I need for this board? I am guessing it is alpine touring boots.

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You can use whatever boots you fancy; AT boots are better for the trip up but snowboard boots are better for the ride down. Pick your Poison!

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Great Splitty

This board has been great: floaty but snappy in the tail and torsionally rigid (for a splitboard at least). I've been riding it for a couple of seasons now, mostly in the Bitterroot Range in Montana, and have no complaints. I'm so impressed that my next on-area board will probably be a Venture too.

Now I just need to upgrade to some Spark R&D bindings to improve the performance and cut down on the weight...