Salomon Titan - 2010

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A medium/firm flexing and narrow freeride animal with lightening quick edge-to-edge response, incredible edge hold and a long nose with a tapered directional shape. The Salomon Titan is best suited to intermediate riders who love to aggresively rip the whole mountain in all snow conditions and want a board that’s more at home on the piste than in the park.

Manufacturer's Description:

Next Level. It’s all about control and progression. Sintered base and EQ sidecut keep it fast, stable and fun in any condition.

Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Camber construction Directional Shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
148, 151, 155, 158, 162

Riding Style: Freeride

Specifications:

Aspen Strong Core
Ghost Hybrid XY Stringers
4000 Sintered base
Med Stone Grind
Rubber Rails
Equalizer
Tapered Directional shape

Similar boards: Unity Dominion - 2010 Option Project - 2010 Drake Battle - 2010

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Snowboard Review:

It was a pretty hard piste conditions when I took out the Titan. Despite the conditions, the Titan provided plenty of edge hold, the strange looking sidecut grips much like Magnatraction at the bindings. The Titan was happy charging on the piste, and the long nose and slightly tapered shape provided plenty of float in the deeper snow. Despite being only 158cm long, the sidecut radius felt particularly large and tended to produce long cruising carves. Edge-to-edge the Titan was responsive due to it’s narrow waist, however, in a dream world I think the stiff flex would have really benefited from a slightly tighter sidecut. At high speeds, chatter was non existent, but being a UK 8 (US 9) feet, the narrow waist meant I felt a little unstable at really high speeds. Hitting jumps, the stiff-ish nature of the Salomon Titan really showed it’s Freeride pedigree; it wasn’t easy throwing spins infact it was kind of awkward, but launching monster straight airs was lots of fun.

A very freeride orientated board for smaller footed intermediate riders looking for a stiffer, responsive board with unfailing hold through carves. The only issue I had with the Titan was that the stance width was fairly narrow, maxing out at 23”, taller folks and low down gangsta riders should bear this in mind.

Posted by Rich Ewbank in • Salomon

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