Prior Slaylok Split - 2016


Manufacturer's Description:

The Slaylok Split is the new Women’s specific twin offering for 2014/15. Taking inspiration from the AMF Split and Shotgun Split, the Slaylok Split utilizes a tighter turning radius, narrower waist and softer, more responsive freestyle flex to allow female riders to have a powerful board but built for their foot size. In other words, you can shred as hard as on a men’s board (no flappy noodles at Prior!), but the board reacts super quickly as its width is custom made to the dimensions of your foot! Its symmetrical shape promises maximum performance riding both regular or switch. Request to press this ride in Twin Rocker, in Micro Camber or in Traditional Camber!

XTC Carbon Construction is available as an upgrade to all Prior splitboards and saves an average of 500 grams (1lb 1oz) off a Prior splitboard pressed with our standard Quadraxial Fiberglass.

Profile: Twin Rocker Profile provides floatation and predictability in powder and silky smooth transitions from edge-to-edge with excellent edge control. 2-4 mm of traditional camber underfoot provides energy from turn-to-turn.

Rider Type: From beginner to intermediate to advanced to expert riders, this board has it all! If you are looking for a fun twin board that allows you to ride anything you want the way you want, you found your match.

Best for: Progression, dialing in new tricks, shredding hard and and all mountain riding in both directions.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Recommended for big mountain riding.

Specific for Women Riders.

Year: 2016

Available Lengths (cm):
144, 147, 150, 153, 156

Riding Style: Custom/Specialised


XTC Carbon Construction
Quadglass Construction

Prior Slaylok Split

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