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Salomon Snowboards SickStick Snowboard - Hillside Project

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    SickStick Snowboard - Hillside Project

    The Salomon SickStick Snowboard covers all the bases of a pow board depending on what you like to do, ride it through tight trees with the 151cm, take it off natural hits on the 157cm, or straight line big mountain lines on the 162cm. In all of these lengths the Rock Out Camber, Tapered Twin shape, and medium stiff flex give you the responsiveness, pop, and control you look for to have a great day on the mountain.

    When the snow piles up and you are itching to ride your favorite line at your home resort the Rock Out Camber profile will keep you afloat and charging all day. It consists of a flat section between the inserts, camber underfoot, and rocker out to the tip and tail. This combination creates a balance of float in powder, pop all over the mountain, and controlled edging on groomers. Working with this profile, the Tapered Twin Shape helps you consistently initiate turns and have complete control of the board riding regular, without completely eliminating the possibility of landing switch. Working with all of the other technologies the medium stiff flex adds an underlying feel of stability and responsiveness to let you push the limits of your riding.

    • Powder board with all-mountain tendencies for riders who do it all
    • Rock Out Camber floats over pow without limiting edging on groomers
    • Directional twin can be jibbed or edged hard at speeds
    • Medium stiff flex mixes turn-ability and stability for max control
    • Ghost Green Core is lightweight and responsive to keep you riding
    • Bamboo and cork rails add control when edging on hard pack
    • Sintered base holds wax for maximum speed and minimal upkeep
    • Item #SAL01G0

    Tech Specs

    Length
    151cm, 157cm, 162cm
    Profile
    Rock Out Camber (rocker tip & tail, camber underfoot, flat between the bindings)
    Shape
    directional twin
    Flex
    medium-stiff
    Effective Edge
    [151cm] 1150mm, [157cm] 1200mm, [162cm] 1245mm
    Waist Width
    [151cm] 263mm, [157cm] 255mm, [162cm] 260mm
    Stance Width
    [151cm] 19.7 - 24.4in, [157cm] 19.7 - 24.4in, [162cm] 20.5 - 25.2in
    Stance Setback
    centered
    Mount
    4-hole
    Core
    Ghost Green (polawania)
    Laminate
    BA MD (biax)
    Sidewalls
    bamboo, cork rails
    Edge
    all-mountain edge bevel
    Base
    sintered EG
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Um. Wow.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I'm not great at expressing thoughts over text.
    Now that we have that out of the way. . .
    I've ridden this board one day. Resort: Powder Mountain (Utah). Conditions: Pow (it's in the name of the resort!), clear skies. My brother let me try it out (what a mistake for him to make).
    I've been riding a Salomon Ultimate the past two seasons. I don't do much riding but I do really like that board. I tell you that so you know what I was used to prior to riding this board. I immediately felt a difference between the two boards. The sick stick has considerably more flex and I could tell instantly it was a playful board while I rode down two groomers to get to the goods. We found the trees, I pointed it down and didn't stop smiling for the rest of the day. It was a good powder day (around 8" of fresh) and this board handles the pow so well. Even with the 157 I could carve through trees with speed and confidence. Keeping afloat was effortless. Going off drops was so smooth. Landings were amazing. I was able to plant my back foot down and keep on cruising.
    While we tried to keep our tracks fresh all day long, there were some groomed runs taken. To me it seemed really stable at speed. It's not AS stable as the Ultimate but I never had a fear of losing an edge. Plus I wasn't trying to go super fast anyway. I wanted to play on those side hills just because!
    Choppy bits were handled well by this board. Let's face it though, those choppy chunks aren't fun on any board.
    Will this help you make a decision? Who knows. I can tell you this much, my brother isn't getting this board back from me.

    wow.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Unfortunately, I could not get a pure powder board, but this board is amazing. In powder it floats with ease and the medium stiffness helps reduce the shock from unexpected bumps. Since every day isn't a powder day :( I really like ripping this board around the mountain, it has done well in all the conditions I have rode it in, but really excels in the powder.

    Added bonus: I get lots of compliments on this board, it is a real head turner.

    It does what it is designed for! 151cm

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I got the 151 and this thing is WIDE; about 11 inches under your foot. It floats effortlessly through powder as a result but it feels a bit large for just riding groomers. I bought this intending to use it mostly on powder days but it is still really fun to ride any day