Prior Fissile Splitboard

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Prior Fissile splitboard is designed for powder riding. It combines the nose and flotation of a longboard with the performance and nimbleness of a shortboard. Directional, powder-profiled nose is bigger than any other Prior splitboard; board also features the shortest radius for quickest turns. Early-rise tip and tail enhance powder float. Tip-to-tail wood core: durable, vertically laminated aspen core with maple hardwood stringers provides forgiving flex for edge control and solid turns. Core is wrapped with stitched fiberglass running in 4 directions; carbon stringers create a stiff, responsive and lively board. Traditional sandwich construction directs energy to the edges and keeps power loss to a minimum; rubber foil damps vibrations. Ultra-High Molecular Weight (UHMW) sintered graphite base is incredibly fast and hard; retains wax well and maintains a tough finish. Rugged, lightweight UHMW sidewalls offer low resistance and can take a beating; 22deg bevel on outer edges and 0deg bevel on inside edges. Highly durable steel edges deliver biting turns. Voile Universal Splitboard hardware kit for Light Rail bindings and Voile Universal Splitboard hardware kit for Burton sold separately. Skins and crampons available separately. The Prior Fissile is generally sized 10 cm longer than your average freeride board. Handcrafted in Whistler, BC, Canada. .

- REI

Prior Fissile Splitboard

previously retailed for:
$610.93

The Prior Fissile Splitboard is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 20, 2012 at REI.

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