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Cardiff Snowcraft Goat Pro Carbon Split Snowboard

$1,199.95

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  • Black, 154cm
    $1,199.95
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    $1,199.95

Goat Pro Carbon Split Snowboard

A beefed-up version from Cardiff's flagship snowboard, the Goat Pro Carbon Splitboard is designed for experienced backcountry riders or for those who are looking for an insanely lightweight setup to get further and higher into the backcountry. Featuring Cardiff's Pro Carbon build, this lightweight and responsive carbon construction pairs with poplar and paulownia woods and aluminum for incredible weight savings and a responsive feel. The HALFcamber profile is uniquely designed to match the shape to the camber to add power while increasing forgiveness and float. Regardless of the terrain or snow type, grab the Goat Pro Carbon splitboard and be the master of the mountains.

  • An incredibly lightweight splitboard for backcountry enthusiasts
  • HALFcamber adds power while increasing forgiveness and float
  • Size-dependant medium to stiff flex gives response and stability
  • Directional shape sinks the tail and adds power to the back foot
  • BUTTERblunt nose and WINGtail increases ability to pop and butter
  • Pro Carbon core combines lightweight woods with carbon and aluminum
  • RADiCAL blends a radial and progressive sidecut for a fun ride
  • Sintered base is durable and fast in any snow condition
  • Item #CDS0015

Length
154cm, 158cm, 162cm, 166cm
Profile
HALFcamber (60% camber between contact points)
Shape
directional
Flex
[154cm] 6 of 10, [158cm] 7 of 10, [162cm] 8 of 10, [166cm] 9 of 10
Effective Edge
[154cm] 1170mm, [158cm] 1190mm, [162cm] 1220mm, [166cm] 1260mm
Waist Width
[154cm] 258mm, [158cm] 262mm, [162cm] 265mm, [166cm] 270mm
Sidecut Radius
[154cm] 10.8m, [158cm] 10.5m, [162cm] 11m, [166cm] 11.5m
Stance Width
[150cm] 18.9 - 23.6in, [154cm] 19.7 - 24.4in, [158cm] 20 - 24.8in, [162cm] 20.5 - 25.2in, [166cm] 20.5 - 25.2in
Stance Setback
[154cm] 15mm, [158cm, 162cm, 166cm] 17mm
Mount
4-hole
Core
TITANcore (carbon, poplar, paulownia, aluminum)
Laminate
triax
Sidewalls
SLIDEwall
Base
sintered
Base Color
fixed
Recommended Use
backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Incredible Splitboard Up and Down!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
158
Height
5` 9"
Weight
155 lbs

I personally love this splitboard. I often find splitboards are often just good at doing one type of riding or might not be so great on either the uphill or downhill. This board checks all the boxes and I've used it in a variety of conditions in a short amount of time. I chose this board for long and variable Colorado spring missions but was definitely surprised how it handled in powder. I love the way this board tours. It's a breeze to skin in. There isn't so much camber underfoot that the ski pops when you slide your leg forward. It stays locked into the snow. I've found that other boards have a tendency to be squirrely on the uphill or just like to naturally lift underfoot when you stride which causes loss of grip and just all around awkward touring. The weight savings is most noticeable when touring which is where you want to feel it. This board also knows how to perform on the downhill. It's stiff and definitely has a dampness to it which is really great in harder/chunky spring conditions. I've tried both the carbon and enduro models of this board and did find the carbon to be a bit stiffer in my opinion. You won't be disappointed in the way it handles in powder though. I'd say it might have a little bit of a harder time in deeper/flatter terrain as it might want to dip a bit but again, I didn't buy this splitboard for deep days. While I've only had the board out about 10 times the quality is great. The top sheet is pretty hard to scratch and the side walls don't have any wear. I paired these with the Kohla freeride skins (aka Karakoram Smart Skins) and the tail clip is perfect. The Karakoram Prime X Carbons are a solid choice for this board and increases the overall stiffness by closing the gap in the splitboard. I hate the Phantom clips as I believe they are a little over engineered for what they need to do. The top and bottom clips need an excessive amount of force to be able to snap together. It's insane and really is not great if you are trying to work with cold hands. Not to mention they are incredibly awkward to put together vs Voile or Karakoram traditional tip and tail clips. The middle Phantom clips can be a pain too. With just a small amount of ice build up they won't slide together so always make sure you are carrying a scrapper with a brush. I've noticed freezing to which makes it incredibly difficult to pull the board apart to when you are ready to transition back to walk mode. I'm not docking any stars because this is a Phantom product and not Cardiff. Overall I couldn't be happier with the purchase.

I
>Rating: 5

Incredible Splitboard Up and Down!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
158
Height
5` 9"
Weight
155 lbs

I personally love this splitboard. I often find splitboards are often just good at doing one type of riding or might not be so great on either the uphill or downhill. This board checks all the boxes and I've used it in a variety of conditions in a short amount of time. I chose this board for long and variable Colorado spring missions but was definitely surprised how it handled in powder. I love the way this board tours. It's a breeze to skin in. There isn't so much camber underfoot that the ski pops when you slide your leg forward. It stays locked into the snow. I've found that other boards have a tendency to be squirrely on the uphill or just like to naturally lift underfoot when you stride which causes loss of grip and just all around awkward touring. The weight savings is most noticeable when touring which is where you want to feel it. This board also knows how to perform on the downhill. It's stiff and definitely has a dampness to it which is really great in harder/chunky spring conditions. I've tried both the carbon and enduro models of this board and did find the carbon to be a bit stiffer in my opinion. You won't be disappointed in the way it handles in powder though. I'd say it might have a little bit of a harder time in deeper/flatter terrain as it might want to dip a bit but again, I didn't buy this splitboard for deep days. While I've only had the board out about 10 times the quality is great. The top sheet is pretty hard to scratch and the side walls don't have any wear. I paired these with the Kohla freeride skins (aka Karakoram Smart Skins) and the tail clip is perfect. The Karakoram Prime X Carbons are a solid choice for this board and increases the overall stiffness by closing the gap in the splitboard. I hate the Phantom clips as I believe they are a little over engineered for what they need to do. The top and bottom clips need an excessive amount of force to be able to snap together. It's insane and really is not great if you are trying to work with cold hands. Not to mention they are incredibly awkward to put together vs Voile or Karakoram traditional tip and tail clips. The middle Phantom clips can be a pain too. With just a small amount of ice build up they won't slide together so always make sure you are carrying a scrapper with a brush. I've noticed freezing to which makes it incredibly difficult to pull the board apart to when you are ready to transition back to walk mode. I'm not docking any stars because this is a Phantom product and not Cardiff. Overall I couldn't be happier with the purchase.

I
>Rating:

Hey Backcountry Team, Could you put the Cardiff Goat Carbon Split in a 158cm lengh on a scale to get the weight? Thanks!