Salomon Pulse / Salomon Rhythm / 5th Element ST-1 Package

Salomon Pulse 2021

Salomon Pulse 2021

Salomon Rhythm 2020

Salomon Rhythm 2020

5th Element ST-1 Boot

5th Element ST-1 Boot

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The 2021 Salomon Pulse is one of the best first-boards on the market. This super easy-riding board is perfect for the beginner rider looking to step off rental boards and step up their game. Featuring a soft, playful flex, a forgiving camber profile, and a low-maintenance base, the Pulse is an easy choice for someone who wants to branch out into new terrain.

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 (cm)
Waist Width (mm)
Effective Edge (cm)
Nose/Tail Width (cm)
Recommended Rider Weight (kg)
142 239 106.5 28.3 35-55
145 243 110 28.8 40-60
149 244 113 29.0 50-65
152 247 114.5 29.2 52-70
156 251 117.5 29.6 55-75
160 256 121 30.0 60-90
163 259 123 30.3 65+
158 Wide 260 119.5 30.6 60+
162 Wide 265 123.5 30.9 65+


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


The 5th Element ST-1 boot is perfect for those riders wanting to get out of rental boots, but not wanting to break the bank on a new pair. This soft flexing, stylish and comfortable boot is just what you need whether you are a beginner rider, or simply someone who doesn't get up to the snow much.

  • Traditional Lace
  • Soft Flexing
  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
  • Not sure if you need a wide board or not? Find out here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard cambers and shapes? Click here.
  • Want to find out about different types of snowboard edges (magne-traction)? Click here.
  • Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard construction? Click here.