Salomon Huck Knife Wide 2018

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The 2018 Salomon Huck Knife was introduced in the 16/17 season, and it quickly rose through the ranks to become one of the most sought after boards of the year. Picked as the overall winner of the Snowboard Magazine Black Board Experiment, the Huck Knife came out with everything to prove, and it showed all the other boards who's boss. Jibbing, jumping, carving, this board can do it all and make it seem easy. Backed by Hans and Nils Mindnich, the Huck Knife was based off the insanely popular Salmon Villain but with a more stable cambered shape for improved pop and response. Jump on the Huck Knife early and you can say you were riding it before it became cool (though it's already pretty cool).

Key Features

Camber Type: Quad Camber

A traditional camber with small rocker zones in the tip and tail that will keep you destroying everything from morning groomers to kinked rails.

Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A versatile medium to soft flexing board for getting wild all over the mountain.

Shape: True Twin

True twin through and through. Designed for freestyle minded riders who like to ride switch as often as they ride regular.

Core: Aspen Select / Triax Fibreglass

Full Aspen wood core with every piece being hand selected for unrivalled quality. Triax fibreglass inlays allow a poppy feel and torsional flex.

Base: Sintered

Fast, durable and holds wax really well. Look after it and it you will reap the rewards.

Additional Features:

Popster - A shaped profile of the core that makes your board feel more like the snap of your skateboard tail.
EQ Rad - A fusion of Salomons Equalizer and Radial sidecuts for playful response.


Board Lengths: 152cm, 155cm

Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)

Waist Width:

(155cm Wide) 260mm

(158cm Wide) 263mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(155cm Wide) 65-90kg

(158cm Wide) 65-95kg

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