Okay Ladies, you’ve been hearing about this super, mega, Godzilla El Nino that may, or may not hit some part of the world this season. While the weather men and women talk in circles of uncertainty, we are certain this splitboard guide can help you in selecting that perfect splitboard. We’ve compiled 16 women’s splitboard models, from 12 different manufactures, listed their specs, prices, and a short description of each one. We’ve even included a spec-chart at the very end, making it easy for you to compare one board to the next.
Featuring splitboards from Burton, Furberg, Gnu, Jones, K2, Nitro, Never Summer, OZ, Pallas, Prior, Rome, and Voile.
Winter is coming chicas!
Family Tree – Anti Social Splitboard – 147,152
Split boarding is the next challenge. Leave the crowds behind with the easiest-to-ride split in women’s splitboarding. Ditch the lifts and seek out the freedom and fitness of exploring the backcountry with our women’s-specific Anti-Social splitboard. Featuring a lightweight design and a progressive, tapered shape, it boasts directional camber for fast, effortless float in deep snow and a smoother uphill glide when gaining vertical in the skintrack. The Split Channel eliminates the splitting headache associated with most splitboard setups, allowing for fast mounting and near limitless adjustments. Features like a sustainable FSC™ certified wood core and bio-based Super Sap® resin enhances performance and positive feelings.
Features: Rocker which causes the nose to lift while camber under both feet maintains momentum and stability through deepdriving turns and variable conditions. The Directional Shape is designed to be ridden with a slightly longer nose than tail to concentrate pop in the tail while still giving you plenty of float, flow, and control to rip any terrain or condition. The tapered shape means the nose is wider than the tail, promoting smooth turn entry and exit, stability at speed, and enhanced deep snow flotation. Look for different amounts of taper throughout the line.
MSRP – $799 (includes channel pucks)
Women’s Freeride Split – 152, 156,160
The Women’s Freeride Split is the splitboard version of the Women’s Freeride model. It has the same shape and flex as the Women’s Freeride. The board is developed to tackle any kind of snow and terrain you might find in the backcountry. Long sidecut radius makes the board calm and forgiving, while rocker and reverse sidecut towards the tips make the board float outstanding in powder and stay catch free in any situation. A slight camber on the center section generates stability, pop and responsiveness. This unique design also adds grip and stability in skinning mode. We are convinced that the new Women’s Freeride Split will be the most versatile and game changing freeride board you’ve ever ridden!
MSRP – $799
Beauty Split – 152
Constantly being tested in the amazing backcountry of the Cascade and Olympic mountains, and all over the world, the Beauty Split is ready for the your next session in the wild. A floaty, mellow entry pow nose, a mild tail settling taper angle and a catch free lifted tail. With Karakoram clips for that unsplit downhill feel and a C3 camber dominant contour for climbing stability, the Beauty has a little rocker between the feet for float and control on hardpack and ice.
MSRP – $849
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