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Access runs you've only ever dreamed about with the Venture Zephyr Split Snowboard. Its poplar and ash core is lightweight for a reduced load while skinning up, and it's poppy and responsive on the way down.

  • Flat between the bindings with early rise at the tip and tail keeps you afloat in pow, switch or regular
  • Triax glass provides torsional stiffness for edge hold and response
  • FSC-certified wood core with poplar for lightweight strength and ash reinforcements for durability
  • Quadratic sidecut distributes pressure evenly along your edge for stability
  • Slightly tapered tail and set-back stance increases float in powder
  • Sintered base is fast and durable
  • Castor bean topsheet reduces use of petroleum-based products
  • Made in the USA using 100% wind-powered energy
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Zephyr is the King

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Super solid board for big lines. Took me a while to get used to the non-tapered shape. Doesn't turn as quick as other boards I've had but very stable at speed and on big moutain lines, I wouldn't rather ride anything else. My fave for spring and summer on the volcanos in the PNW.

Really shines on big open terrain at speed. Just eats through everything in its path, does not chatter.

Zephyr is the King

Jefe, I'm a little confused with your review. I want to point out the Zephyr is a tapered design. It has 5.8mm of taper, and a set back 20mm from center.

Other than that I agree with all you say. This board is solid and stable at speed. Stays afloat and will work on a variety of different terrain.

Hi, it it true this zephyr had Karakoram...

Hi, it it true this zephyr had Karakoram hardware and not voile? I noticed all the other ventures have voile so I want to make sure this is true? Karakoram secures it more firmly?

Thank you,


The Zephyr uses Voile hooks exclusively. Karakorum is not standard on Venture. I have tried to place the Karakorum hooks on my Zephyr, and I would not recommend it. It makes the board too tight, almost to the point of a bad overlap. The Voile hooks feel more solid to me, and they lighter and more simple. Since Venture is one of the tightest boards on the market, I do not feel there is a need for the Karakorum hooks.