All Mountain Versatility
Type of Rider
The versatile nature of this board makes it ideal for being a well rounded quiver killer. The Archaic is truly an all-terrain slayer; this deck is loaded with pop and energy. The Dual Arc Edges create exceptional edge hold, and the stability to charge through just about any conditions that Mother Nature will throw at you. Whether you’re laying trenches on corduroy, or seeking out fresh lines through the glades, the Archaic will get the job done for you.
You get the best of multiple shapes with the combination of flat, camber, and rocker zones. The camber and flat zones create stability, energy, and pop with tremendous edge hold you can trust when you need it most. The rocker zones allow for a smooth, catch free, and playful feel.
Our Eco-Friendly Bamboo to the Core layers are laminated vertically and horizontally, creating the ultimate utilization of bamboo in our snowboards. Sandwiched bamboo material has unmatched strength, durability, and performance.
The Dual Arc Edges yield a multiple radius sidecut that creates superb edge hold and quick maneuverability when laying into a carve. GRIP ON DEMAND!
Lightweight carbon adds strength and durability in high stress areas. The carbon focuses energy to specific areas of the core creating insane amounts of pop.
Our M1 core beefed up with our Bamboo to the Core. Bamboo is one of the strongest natural materials on earth increasing the strength and durability of the core while loading the board with energy to create a more responsive and powerful feel.
We use UHMWPE which has higher durability, flex, and bonding abilities. Traditional ABS Plastics can crack and break in colder conditions where UHMWPE will not.
This high performance base is both proven in durability, and speed. Sintered bases hold more wax and are much stronger than extruded bases.
This snowboard utilizes Triax fiberglass that adds extra torsional strength for more versatility and stability.
A rubberized internal material used to create a fail proof bond between materials. It’s secondary function is to absorb chatter on the roughest of slopes.