Sims Vice Bamboo - 2010


This could be the only vice that won’t put your bank balance into the red or damage your health. Sims are back with a belting range and the Ultimate Vice Bamboo is their flagship. A Bamboo topsheet and Basalt fibre laminates reduce the effect of your purchase on the environment whilst providing a smooth and powerful ride. The Ultimate Vice Bamboo is designed for strong all mountain freestylers who want a board with a stiff lively flex and an all mountain shape for versatility in different snow conditions.

Manufacturer's Description:

The eco-friendly Ultimate Vice is inspired by the 1988 Sims 1700 Ultimate board graphic. This directional twin tip Ultimate Vice features a direct print process on a bamboo topsheet, bamboo sidewalls, an X wood core and basalt glass. Great for the environmentally conscious who love to shred including Sims pro riders Colin Langlois and Gaetan Chanut.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding Very high cost snowboard Camber construction Directional twin shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
154, 157, 160

Riding Style: All Mountain


• Men’s directional twin all-mountain shape
• Distinctive bamboo which is a light-weight renewable “green” material is used for the topsheet and sidewalls
• Full X wood core featuring 1 inch stringers for maximum pop and response with reduced weight
• Eco friendly basalt glass which is manufactured from volcanic rock is less harmful to the environment and helps to retain the original flex characteristics.
• Sintered base material, very durable with better wax retention for faster gliding.
• Flex: Stiff

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Sims Vice Bamboo

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