Sims Quest - 2010


The Quest is Sims offering for the beginners market. The Quest has a soft torsional and longitudinal flex, a directional shape for riding all over the mountain and an easy to maintain extruded base that even the most inept DIY enthusiast can fix. Perfect for your first steps on a board, through to sticking lines in the park

Manufacturer's Description:

Rip a line with the Quest directional all-mountain board. This durable board is designed around a light weight poplar core with 1” stringers for maximum snap. The Quest provides you with an effortless glide like only a Sims board can do. Catch Sims pro rider Erich Dummer sessioning Copper Mtn’s Catalyst Park Terrain on the Quest this season.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for freeride riding Low cost snowboard Available in Wide Camber construction Directional Shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 154, 157, 160, 169W, 163W

Riding Style: Beginner


• Men’s directional all-mountain shape
• Full wood poplar core featuring 1 inch stringers for maximum pop and response with minimum weight
• 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 base
• Flex: Soft

Similar boards: Rossignol Scope - 2010 Palmer P-Line - 2010 Option Signature - 2010 Atomic Vantage - 2010

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