Flat camber/rocker camber to combine grip and tolerance.
Small bend radius providing good grip on slopes.
Easy to handle
Twin Tip (symmetric) shape to move in both directions.
A word from the Product Manager
During snowboard lessons, instructors teach children very quickly to slide back so they are immediately comfortable in both directions. Based on this observation, this board is designed with a Twin Tip shape (symmetrical at the front and back). These boards are also the most versatile because they go very well on piste and at the edges of the piste.
The board grows with your child
Children grow approximately 6 cm per year. Ideally, they can keep their board for at least 2 years. There are 2 x 6 inserts for the snowboard binding screws, so each binding has 2 possible positions. Screwing the bindings:
_ in year 1, on the 4 inserts closest to the centre of the board,
_ in year 2, on the 4 inserts furthest from the centre of the board.
Width Front 257 mm / Centre 220 mm, Rear 257 mm
Radius 6.0 m
Effective edge 896 mm Nb inserts: 2 x 6 (2 possible positions per binding/40 mm between each)
Recommended stance: 380 mm:
When should you wax your snowboard?
Wed'ze boards leave the factory waxed.
Like all snowboards, they then require regular maintenance: ideally, waxing once every 5 outings and at least once a year,
- either at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide,
- or at the end of the season to allow the wax to protect the sole all summer.
Glide quality: extruded base
The bases are made from polyethylene using two different technical processes:
- extruded base with a certain polyethylene density
- sintered base with higher density polyethylene (less holes, more PE)
An extruded base provides normal glide performance and is hardwearing over time.
A sintered sole is the Rolls Royce of soles. Excellent glide.