Salomon Drift Rocker - 2012

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The Drift was a surprise performer in our King of Jib video last year, taking an upper mid table position and beating better known jib thoroughbreds like K2’s World Wide Weapon and the Academy Propaganda. The overwhelming opinion was that the Drift Rocker is a great park board more than capable of kicking it with the jib boards on the rails.

Manufacturer's Description:

Perfect Park Performance - The Drift Rocker is our flagship Rocqualizer board design, with Royal Rubber and an Aspen Light core. The leading park shape worldwide and the top choice of our National Team riders.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Low cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction Twin shape

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
148, 152, 154, 156, 159, 154W, 158W, 162W

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Equalizer Sidecut
Standard Stone Finish, Full Edge Bevel+
BA MD Construction
Extruded EG Base
Aspen Light Core
Royal Rubber Pads

Salomon Drift Rocker

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What colour is powder?

Jesse on February 25, 2012 at 06:59 AM

This board is pretty soft.  If its only use is going to be the park then anyone will likely enjoy it but using it for everything takes an advanced rider as specific weight distribution is needed so it doesn’t get away from you as your speed gets up there in the turns.  However, that kind of discipline can help shape a novice rider but I’d probably suggest something a little stiffer if you want a better all around board.

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