Salomon Oh Yeah / Salomon Rhythm Package

Salomon Oh Yeah 2021

Salomon Oh Yeah 2021

Salomon Rhythm 2020

Salomon Rhythm 2020

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The 2021 Salomon Oh Yeah is built with all the tech to go wherever you want it to go and do whatever you want it to do, all at a pocket-friendly price. Salomons Rock Out Camber places camber power underfoot and rocker float and forgiveness in the tip and tail, giving you response for groomers, playfulness in the park, and float in powder. Forgiveness for progression, response for aggression, and cash left over for an apres session. Oh Yeah!

Key Features


Rider Level: Beginner - Intermediate

Board Type: Freestyle

Camber Type: Rock Out Camber

Traditional Camber throughout the board with a big flat spot between the bindings for added stability, response, and edge hold without feeling aggressive, and rocker outside the feet to maximise pressability.

Flex: 4/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A versatile medium flexing board for all mountain and freestyle riding.

Shape: True Twin

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

EQ Rad Sidecut - A blend of flat geometric angles and radial curves along the edge of the board which create extra contact points where they connect for better grip along the edges.

Core: Aspen Strong

Aspen wood core with FSC certified wood strips along the inserts and rails. The result is increased pop, stability, and a reduction in weight.

BA MD Glass - Medium Density fibreglass that guarantees consistent quality and light, lively performance.

Base: Extruded EG

Fast, durable and holds wax really well. Extruded bases are super easy to care for, and maintain speed for long periods of time.

Additional Features:

Popster - A shaped profile of the core that makes your board feel more like the snap of your skateboards tail.

Rubber Pads - Added rubber through the sidewalls to dampen your ride, and absorb impact along the edges.

Freestyle Edge Bevel - A pre-angled edge designed to reduce catching and enhance your freestyle performance.


Size (cm)
Waist Width (mm)
Effective Edge (cm)
Nose/Tail Width (cm)
Recommended Rider Weight (kg)
138 238 107.5 28.3 45-55
143 240 111.5 28.5 50-65
147 242 115 28.7 55-70
151 247 117 29.2 55+


The Salomon Rhythm is busting out of the gates with an asymmetrical highback, new forward lean system, 3D supreme ankle straps, canted footbeds and composite ratchets as standard, so you won't have to break the bank to get a good looking binding that will help your riding progress in leaps and bounds.

Flex: 4/10 (1 = Soft / 10 = Stiff)

Board Compatibility: The Salomon Universal Disc will fit any existing mounting system on the market including The Channel System

Base Plate: The Zone baseplate is easy to fit and easy to ride, providing response and support in a fuss-free frame.

High Back: The Rhythm Asymmetrical Highback increases support on the outside and flex on the inside while preventing pressure points, and is designed to help you progress your riding with ease.

Buckles: Composite buckles offer smooth ladder connection and a deep pull for easier ratcheting.

Straps: The 3D Supreme ankle strap is super padded for cushy comfort and has a torsional flex for support without pressure points.

Cushioning: The Salomon 2.5° canted full EVA footbed provides a more natural, comfortable stance and shock absorption for hard landings and hard pack snow.


Size US Mens US Womens Euro
Small 3.5 - 7.5 4 - 8.5 34.5 - 40
Medium 7 - 10.5 8 - 11.5 39 - 43.5
Large 10 - 13.5 11+ 43 - 47

    • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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