Sims Protocol - 2010


The Protocol has triaxial glass for that extra bit of grip in hard conditions and a true twin shape for precision switch riding. But the Protocol isn’t your average true twin, terrain park get around. Sims have eradicated the camber much like K2’s Flatline technology for that worn in feel and increased float in powder. To make sure none of that lovely pop gets lost the designers installed a full length Poplar core and a tip to tail one inch thick carbon stringer.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Protocol Artist Series is the only board in the Sims line that features new zero camber technology. Local Denver artist, Jason Thielke, designed the men’s Protocol Artist Series. Jason creates unique architectural style illustrations using both contemporary and traditional techniques. The Protocol Artist Series is the board of choice for Sims brand manager Marc Vitelli.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Available in Wide Zero camber construction Twin shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 154, 157, 160, 159W, 163W

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


• Graphics by Denver artist Jason Thielke
• Men’s true twin tip shape all-mountain performance
• Flat rocker technology for worry free, effortless turning and increased float in powder
• Full wood poplar core featuring 1 inch stringers for maximum pop and response with minimum weight
• Tri-axial fibreglass
• UHMW extruded base
• Flex: Medium

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