Salomon Lotus 2021

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Description

The 2021 Salomon Lotus is the perfect first board for anyone looking to ditch the rental gear and venture to new terrain. The forgiving Flat Out camber profile combined with the soft flex and Bite Free Edges will keep you standing and fuel your progression, promoting consequence-free creative riding and getting you from the beginner slopes to black runs quicker and easier.


Key Features

Rider Level: Beginner

Board Type: All Mountain

Camber Type: Flat Out Camber

A flat camber profile contact point to contact point with loaded camber underfoot, giving you the forgiving benefits of flat camber with extra pop, stability, and response.

Flex: 2/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff)

A soft, forgiving flex for easy turns and low consequence progression.

Shape: Directional Twin

This board rides like a true twin but has a setback stance for extra nose float and a more precise ride going forwards.

Radial Sidecut - A traditional curved sidecut for predictable and consistent response.

Core: Aspen

A full Aspen wood core.

BA LD Glass - The use of low density fibreglass in this board gives this board a playful feel with more torsional flex and less weight.

Base: Extruded

A durable base that requires little maintenance.

Mounting Pattern: 4x4 Inserts

Additional Features:

ABS Sidewalls - Tough yet shock-absorbing, these sidewalls promote energy transfer and reduce the impact from chatter and hard landings.

Bite Free Edges - Pre-tuned edges for minimum catch.


SIZE CHART

Size (cm)
Waist Width (mm)
Effective Edge (cm)
Nose/Tail Width (cm)
Recommended Rider Weight (kg)
135 233 99 27.6 30-50
138 235 102 27.8 35-60
142 239 106.5 28.3 35-60
146 243 110 28.8 45-65
151 245 114.5 29.0 55-70
155 246 117.5 29.2 60-75+

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