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Salomon Ace


$300.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Made with light weight materials, don't feel like you're dragging it up the mountain. Lots of pop for quick ollies and big jumps. Holds up well riding through the woods, doesn't scratch up.

The Cons:Doesn't have the stiff bite you need for high speed carving. Doesn't ride well in the powder unless you get the "Wide" version.

The Salomon Ace is an all-mountain snowboard that uses different technology and features from similar models to help enhance a rider's performance on the mountain. Along with a basic design, the snowboard has a directional twin shape and an Aspen Light Core that reduces weight and any unnecessary stiffness that come with some boards.

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The 1900 Base supports boarders as well as it has impact-resistance and the radial sidecut allows riders to switch stances and perform at the same ability while racing through powder. With an ability level of intermediate-advanced, the snowboard is available in five different lengths.

Features

  • CORE MATERIAL: Aspen Light Core
  • LENGTHS: 145cm, 150cm, 153cm, 156cm and 160cm
  • SHAPE: Directional Twin
  • BASE: 1900
  • ABILITY LEVEL: Intermediate-Advanced
  • Radial sidecut

Varying Salomon Ace Models

  • Salomon Ace
  • Salomon Ace Magnum (wider lengths)

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    made with light weight materials, don't feel like you're dragging it up the mountain

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    lots of pop for quick ollies and big jumps

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    holds up well riding through the woods, doesn't scratch up

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    good flexibility, lets you do some quick manoevers

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    can take some heavy landings and a few incidental impacts without cracking or chipping

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    can get it going very fast very easily

Cons
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    doesn't have the stiff bite you need for high speed carving

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    doesn't ride well in the powder unless you get the "Wide" version

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