Sims Heiress - 2010


With a full length wood core, an extruded base and rubber damped edges, this Heiress is low maintenance. Bi-axial glass, a directional all-mountain shape and women’s specific flex pattern make the Heiress suitable for women riders of all abilities.

Manufacturer's Description:

This board was designed with a women’s specific flex pattern for the girl who knows her line and wants to look good shredding it. Local Denver artist, Jason Thielke, designed the women’s Heiress Artist Series. Jason creates unique architectural style illustrations using both contemporary and traditional techniques. You can see Sims pro rider Lindsey Jacobellis (yep, the poor lass who fell after tweaking a style method on the last jump of the snowboard cross Olympic finals in Turin, when she was cruising for gold) riding the Heiress Artist Series in pipes and parks across the country

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Camber construction Directional Shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
144, 147, 151, 155

Riding Style: All Mountain


•Graphics by Denver artist Jason Thielke
•Women’s directional all-mountain shape
•Full light-weight, wood core, designed for minimum weight and maximum response
•Women’s specific flex pattern
•Bi-axial fibreglass, light weight with softer flex characteristics for a more forgiving ride
•Rubber foil dampeners provide a smooth ride and increased bonding between the edge and the sidewall
•UHMW extruded
•Flex: Soft/Medium

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