Pretty much unchanged from 2010, the Palmer Crown is an expert freeride and boardercross snowboarder’s dream machine. The Crown is a complete missile at speed with unmatched stability and edge hold, and a sintered base so fast you’ll leave it unwaxed just so you don’t break through the sound barrier. For aggressive expert snowboarders only.
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Palmer say the Burn is soft enough for freestyle… firstly there’s the matter of what kind of freestyle it’s soft enough for. In all honesty the Burn is a beast of a snowboard, take it into the pipe and there’s no doubting the Burn will smoke it in the Andy Finch matter of speaking, this board will go BIG. Then there’s kickers and hips, the burn will dominate these features but don’t expect forgiving takeoffs and landings this is a precision instrument designed to provide pop huge and ride out rutted and moguled landings, but given half a chance it will buck you off like a prize Bull. The Palmer Burn takes no prisoners.
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In the Saga, Palmer meets tip to tail radial rocker, a combination even the most open-minded Palmer fan wouldn’t have imagined in their wildest dreams. Curiously the combination works really well and Shaun and co. have created a great freestyle snowboard that adapts well to riding all over the mountain.
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Another snowboard in the Palmer line-up that remains unchanged for 2011, the Honeycomb is an institution. For over a decade the Palmer Honeycomb has provided strong and confident all-mountain snowboarders with a high performance snowboard weapon to combat park, pipe and pow with.
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Like the Pulse and Halo, the Palmer Jade has got the ‘his and hers’ graphics thing going on with the Flash. To board its self put it simply, if you’re a lady and you want a pipe smoking, kicker crunching, rail rollicking jib machine then the Jade is right up your street.
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Flash wohooo savior of the universe. The Flash Gordon of boardercross snowboarding Mr Shaun Palmer is really steering Palmer Snowboards down the freestyle snowboard route. The Palmer Flash is a pure twin with zero camber between the feet and rocker at the tips for playfulness on the jibs and rails, combined with a shape and spec designed to arm you with a weapon to hammer the slopestyle course and take down Ming the Merciless and his evil henchmen.
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The usual Palmer quality manifests itself in prepreg laminates, a 4400 grade Isospeed base, the Smart FLF Rocker shape and a full length tip to tail poplar core. The Palmer Pulse is a quality snowboard at an affordable price that will fit the requirements of any intermediate all-mountain ripper… and yeah the graphics are the same as the Halo, like his and hers dressing gowns!
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Easy to initiate turns, stable when the speed gets turned up and progressive in the park. The Palmer Halo is everything beginner to intermediate female snowboarders need to learn and improve. So good, even the Pope wants one of these Halos.
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The Liberty is Palmer’s all-mountain / freeride snowboard designed specifically for women. Last year the directional shape, Nomex inserts and Prepreg glass laminates made the Liberty a superlight and aggressive ride perfect for strong female freeriders. This year sees the addition of Smart FLF rocker to the Liberty. Much like Atomic’s Pop rocker, loading the camber through the turns moves the edge contact points along the edge, improving edge control and grip.
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Palmer and pricey are two words that tend to go hand in hand, but things are changing at legend Shaun Palmer’s brand. Palmer are building snowboards for less experienced riders and they are pricing them affordably. The P-Line is the ideal snowboard for novice riders who wants a well built ride, made of quality materials in a subtle and mature graphic.
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Looking for a park specific ride to start tearing up the park? Look no further! The Palmer Jade has a twin shape, soft smooth flex and a predictable tri-radial sidecut, everthing you’d expect in a women’s park board.
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Palmer’s Crown LE is without doubt the most exhilarating high speed snowboard I have ever ridden, with unmatched stability at speeds which usually feel like balancing on a knife edge. The Crown LE loves effortless long carves but is also responsive to aggressive riding styles. Lightweight and stiff: torsionally and through the length of the board, with a spec as long as your arm. Extremely impressive.
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The Halo is Palmer’s do it all women’s offering. Easy initiation and exit from turns thanks to the Klothoid sidecut and the soft flex and an impressive spec for the price. The Palmer Halo is suitable for beginners through to advanced riders.
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Designed for experienced female riders, the Palmer Liberty’s directional shape and Klothoid sidecut make it perfect for blasting pistes, powder missions and kicker & pipe transitions. Palmer have also stripped any excess weight from the Liberty with Nomex Honeycomb inserts at the tip and tail and PrePreg glass laminate.
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The Palmer P-Line is a soft flexing beginners ride which still packs a fast base and PrePreg laminates. Once again Palmer have commissioned some conservative graphics for the P-Line so your new purchase won’t be out of fashion next season. A great beginners ride minus the bull.
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The Palmer Flash has all of the top spec materials that Palmer use on their all-mountain boards including a 4400 grade sintered base, Poplar wood core and Pre Preg laminates, softened up for buttering around the show and getting your jib on. Built to the usual Palmer quality for outstanding durability.
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The Palmer Pulse has won the Future Snowboarding magazine MVP award for the last 4 years! An oustading value snowboard designed to ride the park, but happy all over the mountain, featuring one of the most loaded specs in it’s price range.
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The Palmer Saga is a rocker profiled snowboard focused on park riding, but with all-mountain capability. Expect a loose, catch free and forgiving ride with buttery spin initiation and lively slow speed pop, and don’t forget that extra float in the pow.
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The Palmer Timeless is probably the highest spec progressive all-mountain freestyle board an intermediate will ever ride. The catch free qualities provided with the FLF sidecut and profile will help intermediate riders relax at higher speeds and concentrate on winding up for throwing down their first 540.
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Palmer’s high spec freestyle snowboard, the Burn packs all of the technology used in the freeride boards in a softened up and directional twin package. The Palmer Burn features a Beech & Poplar core with Nomex inserts at the tip and tail for greater acceleration into spins, PrePreg laminates to reduce overall weight and a high grade sintered base so you won’t clip any knuckles on your way down the slopestyle course.
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A popular choice for those with money. the Honeycomb gets a bit of a bad rep for being a city traders weekend board, with the old stereotype of a man walking into a shop and asking for the most expensive board in the shop. Since the Palmer Platinum was released the Honeycomb has lost the stigma. Good news for actual snowboarders as it means you can buy an insanely light, super responsive and lightening quick snowboard without the ridicule. The Palmer Honeycomb is an all-mountain snowboard geared more towards experienced freeriders.
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