Amplid Mescalina - 2011


Last year our tester Jo was raving about the Mescalina, this year Jo couldn’t get out to Austria to try the 2011 Mescalina.. her loss. Much the same as last year, this year’s Mescaline uses the same directional twin shape with a little extra nose for all condition versatility and retains the 4.4k extruded Duraspeed base and Impact Biax glass fibre laminates, the only difference that we can find with the 2011 edition of the Mescalina is the introduction of zero camber. Just the 2010 Mescalina with a little bit more float and a loose worn-in feel; like you’ve been riding it all your life with the pop from a board that’s just had the shrink-wrap torn off.

Manufacturer's Description:

Whether thrashing the park, sticking rail-slides or simply shredding the mountain, this is the tool of choice for the female ripper.

Jibbing is a dish best served hot – with banks, butters, and stamps adding spice and fire to the Mescalina’s alkaloid ride.

Who says that little girls aren’t as rough as the boys? True to it’s twin-ness, the stance is centred over a symmetrical core profile.

But, we added a tad more length in the nose for versatility (only 8mm), just in case a perfect backcountry kicker or a powder field gets in your way…

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding Recommended for freeride riding Zero camber construction Directional twin shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
147, 152

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Directional twin shape
PS Confidence wood core
TPU Spin Tips
Doomsday Flatliner profile
Impact biaxial fibreglass (heavy duty)
MC Bezier spline sidecut
Diecut base design
22 degree slanted ABS sidewalls
Extruded BA 4.4 Duraspeed base

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Amplid Mescalina

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