Salomon Villain Grom Wide 2018

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The 2018 Salomon Villain Grom has all the tech of its big brother, and packs just as much punch, in a smaller package. 

The Rock Out Camber gives you a fun and mix of edge control and forgivness, which means you can ride hard and hold a good edge, then mess around and butter without worrying about catching your edge all the time.

Key Features

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: 5/10 (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. It might not look like a twin, but it is.

Core: Aspen Core

Full length, FSC certified Aspen wood with high-density birch stripes for improved insert retention.

Edges: Quadralizer Sidecut

A blend between the Equalizer and Quadratic sidecuts is made to give you the solid and smooth turns for high speed carving, as well as solid edge control in tight spots.

Base: Extruded EG

Built with a harder compound than standard Extruded, Extruded EG has the versatility of Extruded with enhanced glide. 

Additional Features: 

Bite Free Edge - Fully de-tuned tip, tail and edges for a catch free ride, straight out of the box.

Standard Stone Finish - Optimized extruded base structure that is suitable for any snow condition.


Board Lengths: 145cm Wide

Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)

Waist Width:  

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Recommended Rider Weight:

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