Sims Steve Fisher Pro - 2010


If you’re suffering from suicidal freestyle tendencies like Steve Fisher you’ll need a board that can handle big pipes, huge quarters and bone crunching landings. Sims sat down with Steve and what they came up with was a directional twin with tri-axial glass, carbon stringers a reduced core profile to cut down weight and increase pop and rubber damped edges to take those nasty vibrations out of your days riding and increase durability. It’s so good Steve put his name on it…actually that was George Forman and the Mean Lean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine…never mind.

Manufacturer's Description:

Steve Fisher designed his pro model to have a thinner core profile and a great carbon layup mixed with tri-axial glass which makes it lightweight and very responsive while giving it great pop. Fisher got the inspiration for his pro model graphics from a Tetris inspired theme with bright colors. The Athletes for a Cure logo is printed on Fisher’s top sheet to communicate his commitment to the organization.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding High cost snowboard Camber construction Directional twin shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
154, 157, 160

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


•Men’s directional twin shape, all-mountain performance with an emphasis on park riding
•Full wood poplar core featuring 1 inch stringers for maximum pop and response   with minimum weight
•Tri-axial fibreglass
•Rubber foil dampeners provide a smooth ride and increased bonding between the edge and the sidewall
•Sintered base material, very durable with better wax retention for faster gliding
•Flex: Medium/Stiff

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