Salomon Acid - 2012


The Acid slips into the Salomon range so naturally that it could go un-noticed. If a medium/soft flexing reverse camber snowboard with Royal Rubber Rails and Salomon’s lively Popster core profile sounds like your ticket then check-out the Acid. The only thing trippy about this Acid is the mind melting graphic and the Equalizer sidecut which instead of a circular radius has three straight sidesÖ weird.

Manufacturer's Description:

Put A Smile On Your Face - Dose the Official with some Rocqualizer and you’ve got the Acid. True Twin Shape with the perfect flex for dropping rails and stepping up to big park hits. Stable on take-off’s, forgiving on landings.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Rocker construction Twin shape

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
143, 147, 151, 155, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Equalizer Sidecut
Medium Stone Finish, Full Edge Bevel+
Popster, BA MD
Sintered Base Material
Aspen Light Core
Royal Rubber Rails

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What colour is powder?

Sandy on December 02, 2011 at 03:35 AM

I like the sound of this board from Salomon’s description but I can’t seem to find any reviews from people who have actually ridden it. I’m looking for a fun board for messing around in the park on. Has anybody ridden one?

alexmac34 on January 28, 2012 at 05:52 AM

Super flexy board great for buttering and jibbing rails/boxes/trees etc. Board is also very light and handles jumps excellently. Not the greatest board for free ride terrain and tends to be difficult to control while trying to stick the landing on some larger drops due to the softness of the board. Great board, but wouldn’t take it out into the back country.