Salomon Lark - 2012


This year the Salomon Lark has become more freeride orientated, blending a tapered directional shape with Salomon’s Cross profile which fuses camber with early rise tips. Royal Rubber Rails make for a smoother ride on hard, crusty snow and the Medium firm flex means the Lark has the guts to stick the scariest drops. The Lark also features Salomon’s Equalizer sidecut.

Manufacturer's Description:

Over The Moon - The Lark sings a sweet song through all snow conditions with the versatility of the ALL new Cross profile. Float in pow and power through carves with camber between the feet and a raised tip and tail. Like to charge through the trees, slash pow and sail smooth over groomers? The Lark is calling your name.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Recommended for big mountain riding.

Medium cost $

Hybrid Rocker/Camber Construction.

Specific for Women Riders.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
140, 144, 148, 152, 155

Riding Style: Freeride


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

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