Salomon Ace - 2012


It might be entry level to Salomon but the Ace is as has many features as some brands flagship boards. Designed as a do everything snowboard for beginners and intermediates the tip-to-tail wood core and Hook Free profile are there to give the Ace life and its rider the edge skills you can only learn from a cambered board. The edges have rubber dampening to help with stability and confidence at speed and the shape is a directional twin, adding versatility for riding all sorts of terrain and snow conditions.

Manufacturer's Description:

Buy More Board - Go against the generic, off-brand, all terrain boards and step up to the Ace. All the benefits of a full-performance board, built into a Directional Twin shape with Aspen Light core and Quadratic sidecut. Real performance at an unreal price.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Low cost $

Available in Wide.

Camber Construction.

Directional Twin Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
150, 153, 156, 160, 155W, 158W, 162W, 166W

Riding Style: All Mountain


Quadratic Sidecut
Standard Stone Finish, Critic EB
BA MD Construction
Extruded Base
Aspen Light Core
Rubber Pads Sidewalls

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