I am selling my new custom Sapient splitboard. It has traditional camber and a firm flex. It feels like a solid board when you're riding it, yet it still has a lot of pop. I bought it *new* last summer and it was split and built last fall. It is set up for regular stance, at about 20-21" stance width and 15 degrees forward in the front, 10 degrees out in the back. It has universal pucks, so you can adjust the angles and the stance width a little. The base and the edges are in *perfect* condition. I have only ridden it a few times. The board is just a little too long for me. It has a directional shape with a little bit of tail taper and some setback. So it makes a great pow stick. It has Voile hardware and comes with all the hardware and pucks. It does not have metal inside edges. That doesn't seem to be an issue when climbing though and it's nice and *light*
Here are some pictures of a few of it's tours:
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