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END OF SEASON SALE, ALL 2024 GEAR ON SALE NOW

Weston Backwoods Carbon Splitboard 2024

A lightweight uphill setup that rips on the way down thanks to carbon reinforcement tip to tail. It saves a ton of weight which comes in clutch in both use cases. On the way up those hikes will get easier, and on the way down it's insanely energetic and easy to turn.

$859.00 Orig. $1,149.00

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Yeah, chairlifts are cool but the possibilities are endless with a split board.

THE GOOD KIND OF CARBON FOOTPRINT.

Weston took their signature splitboard the Backwoods, which is already one of the dopest split boards out there, and made it lighter while somehow maintaining its dope downhill and soft snow performance. The secret sauce to this operation is tip-to-tail carbon. It's the same board as the OG Backwoods, but where there was fiberglass there's now carbon. The obvious benefit that sticks out with a lighter splitboard is easier uphill use. Your legs will be less fatigued and hikes will be longer and you'll ultimately be shredding more. That's pretty rad. The second benefit (or not for some people) that sticks out is that because it's lighter, the board is focused more on maneuverability over responsiveness. It still holds up great on the downhill, but it's not quite as powerful as the regular Backwoods. The Carbon is better in soft snow and tight terrain because it's easier to pivot and more energetic. For a lot of backcountry riders, that's exactly what you're looking for. An easy hike up, and a poppy feel as you bounce through the trees and bumps on your descent. 

Who's this for? Riders who prioritize saving weight in their downhill setup but still wanna absolutely rip on the way down. 

Who isn't this board for? People who use chairlifts. 

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Tech Specs

  • Flex/ Medium Stiff (7 out of 10)
  • Profile/ Camber
  • Added Materials/ Tip to Tail Carbon
  • Built By/ GP87, China
  • Shape/ Directional
  • Core Materials/ Bamboo & Poplar (Slayer Split)
  • Designed By/ Weston, Colorado

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Weston took one of their best products and somehow made it better. It's like when your hot friend somehow gets hotter. This is for the rider looking for the best of the best on the splitboarding side.

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