The Tree Surfer Backcountry is not just a great fishshaped splitboard. The groundbreaking hammerhead nose makes it go through thick crust like a tank, and opens up a track for the rest of the board to follow in. The fishtail sinks and steer in powder and windpacked without all the drawbacks of a bigger swallowtail. The splitversion comes with a scratchresistant polyamid topsheet and aluminium tip and tail protectors. It’s made to be ridden hard and for many seasons.
Length: 162 Core: Ash/poplar Construction: Triax glass with carbon stringers Topsheet: Textured organic polyamid made from castor beans Profile: Low Camber with Tip-Tail-Rocker. Diamond tail. Base: Sintered 4001 Durasurf Split version: Voile compatblie insert pattern. Phantom Herkules clips.
Weight range kg/lbs
We build our snowboards with classic camber and Tip-Tail-Rocker. We distinguish between standard camber and low camber: with low camber, the centre of the board is slightly elevated and the contact points are further towards the centre. The Tree Surfer Backcountry has 6 mm camber.
At Stranda Snowboards we use ash wood and a minor part poplar in our cores. Ash is perfect for building high-performance snowboards as it dampens vibrations and holds its camber, extending the life of your board. Adding poplar keeps the weight down. Choosing a premium material also allowed us to reduce the use of petroleum-based composites. We use a thin layer of bamboo as the topsheet, which adds to performance.