Palmer Honeycomb - 2010

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A popular choice for those with money. the Honeycomb gets a bit of a bad rep for being a city traders weekend board, with the old stereotype of a man walking into a shop and asking for the most expensive board in the shop. Since the Palmer Platinum was released the Honeycomb has lost the stigma. Good news for actual snowboarders as it means you can buy an insanely light, super responsive and lightening quick snowboard without the ridicule. The Palmer Honeycomb is an all-mountain snowboard geared more towards experienced freeriders.

Manufacturer's Description:

Awarded Outside Magazine’s Gear of the Year Award, the Honeycomb is cored with superlight Nomex™ Honeycomb from tip to tail, creating the lightest unlimited high-performance snowboard on the planet. The FLF shape in a cap-sidewall prepreg construction creates a playful, smooth, and responsive ride. Carbon fiber strips add energy and rebound, 7200 graphite base adds speed, and the smooth lacquered top reduces drag. For the all mountain rider who demands the ultimate lightweight tool.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Recommended for big mountain riding.

Very high cost $

Camber Construction.

Directional Shape.

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
156, 160, 164

Riding Style: Freeride

Specifications:

FLF Shape
Tip-to-Tail Nomex™ Honeycomb
4 Tip-to-Tail Carbon Fiber Strips
NCF Prepreg
Cap Sidewall Construction
Poplar/Okume Woodcore Reinforcements
Stone Ground Inlaid 7200 Graphite Base
Split Sidewalls
Directional Centered Stance

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