Pallas Snowboards Girl Scout Snowboard - Women's
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Girl Scout Snowboard
From carving through steep, varied terrain to surfing over untouched, knee-deep powder, the Girl Scout Snowboard is the all-terrain vehicle of the Pallas line-up, and it's clear as day why that is. Starting with the profile, early rise in the nose boosts buoyancy for easy float in pow, while the flat camber throughout makes for smooth edge-to-edge turns in less than ideal conditions.
Its blunt nose, mid-tapered profile, and shorter tail further enhance its float in the deep stuff, while the mid-stiff flex and slightly setback stance give you the drive and stability to rip steep lines at high speed without getting wobbly or washing out. A full poplar core with carbon support both cuts out weight while also fortifying the deck's strength and response, and a textured topsheet helps shed excess snow that would otherwise weigh you down when sending cliffs and side hits.
- Pallas' do-it-all deck that can handle the whole mountain
- Early rise to flat profile floats and carves with ease
- Directional tapered shape surfs pow and charges chop
- Mid-stiff flex provides stability and response
- Full poplar core is as light as it is strong
- Carbon support throughout bolsters power without weight
- Textured topsheet allows excess snow to slide off
- Item #PLG0005
- Q & A
a true charger
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
with its stiffer flex and a early rise rocker to camber, this board is perfect for any intermediate to advanced rider who is looking to lay out serious carves or tackle any steep and deep. It is a directional board but not so directional that it would make riding switch difficult. 10/10 would ride again
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is my favorite do-everything board hands down. The slight taper makes it great for powder and it carves up a storm on groomers. It is a little stiff if you ride a lot park, but it is stable and poppy on jumps. If I was going on a trip and could only take one board, this would be it. Like the other reviewer said, it is more stable than most women's boards and handles the chopped up powder extremely well. I typically ride anything from a 150 to a 156 depending on the board and the 153 was perfect for me.
Love at first ride
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I was lucky enough to snag a demo board of this model for my gf and I dont think I can put into words how much she loved this board. It's a hair longer than the normal boards she rides, but still can turn just as well as her shorter boards, mash the chowder much better, and float in powder incredibly well. It's also fast and it can hold the speed, she normally doesn't charge very hard because her boards normally don't feel stable at high speeds and after her first run on this board, she was flying down the mountain. Guess I know what her birthday present is going to be! Also if you didn't know, the ladies at Pallas believe that every turn of a snowboard leaves an impression on those who wander, and they're using their hands to build greater momentum for women in the mountains. Definitely would recommend for any lady looking for a quality board. -I also wish they made men's versions. She demo'd a 149cm and normally rides a 147.