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Classic Splitsurfer – $749.99
- Weighs about 1.25 lbs heavier than standard solid powsurfer
- Toe and heel inserts
- Reinforced with 220z glass
- 3-dimensional sintered p-tex base
- Voile or Spark R&D hardware with Karakoram Ultra clips standard
The “Classic” model is strictly a powsurfer, meant to be ridden at all times without bindings. This is the Grassroots Crew’s go-to for most splitsurfing adventures because it is light, simple and efficient. The “Classic” splitsurfer weighs only about 1lb-1.5lb more than our solid powsurfers. The Ultralight Binding is our first pick because they are very light and extremely compact, stashing easily into any size of pack for the surf back down. The bindings on this model are only used for uphill travel. Our 2017-18 Classic Splitsurfer comes stock with Karakoram Ultra clips and voile Toe/Heel pieces. They can also be configured with Spark R&D hardware to match the Spark R&D minimalist binding and the full binding. Cost for the board is $749.99 and does not include climbing skins and ascent bindings.
The Voile climbing skins are the best fit for our splitsurfers. Most other skins WILL NOT FIT. We offer the Voile climbing skins and tail clips for sale with our boards. Voile Skins = $150 Voile Tail Clips= $50
Available Board Shape & Size Options
140cm Slasher 3D shape
140cm Barracuda 3D shape
140cm Flying Carpet 3D shape
140cm Great White 3D shape
150cm Flying Carpet 3D shape
150cm Barracuda 3D shape
There are two models of the split-surfer to choose from.
The “Classic” model is strictly a powsurfer, meant to be ridden at all times without bindings. The bindings on this model are only used for uphill travel.
The “Transformer” model has the option of both riding with or without the bindings. This board is designed for best performance as a powsurfer (no bindings). The “snowboard mode” (with bindings) is secondary to this in our design. “Snowboard mode” is meant for getting through areas with adverse snow conditions on the way down, making long sidehill traverses, and riding out long packed trails on the way down. It could also be used to access backcountry via ski resorts.
***For some people the split-surfer is a great option but for many the solid powsurfers and a pair of Verts or a Mtn Approach Kit is a better answer. It all depends on your backcountry access routes and the terrain you frequent the most.