Men’s 2024 Swift Splitboard
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The kickass split with the ability to pioneer and access backcountry zones you’ve only dreamed of. Featuring our Fusion Rocker Camber Profile with early rise nose and tapered swallow tail, the Swift Split keeps you on top of the deepest fluff or the heaviest spring dumps. Combine this with the stability of massive Carbon X in the mid-section and Power Grip Sidecut, the Swift Split will mow through anything in its path.
Swift Splitboard Profile
Swift Splitboard Carbon Fiber Configuration
Carbon Max Laminate
Swift Splitboard Damping System
Swift Splitboard Wood Core Construction
PowerSurf Wood Core
Swift Splitboard Power Grip Sidecut
- Co-Extruded Polymer Topsheet
- Carbon Max Laminate Technology
- Fusion Rocker Camber Profile
- Extended Transition Area
- Power Grip Sidecut
- Early Rise Nose
- STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass
- Bi-Lite Fiberglass
- PowerSurf Wood Core
- RDS 1+ Damping System
- Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers
- Sintered P-tex Inner/Outer Sidewall
- Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base
- P-tex Nose/Tail Protection
- Metal Edge with Aluminum Nose/Tail
- Phantom Hercules Hooks
Swift Splitboard Specifications
|Fusion Rocker Camber
|Carbon Max Tech, Bi-Lite Fiberglass, STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass
|Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base
My first splitboard was a Never Summer Swift. Bombproof construction. Super confident ride. The contours of the Swift make it an amazing board. I have a 30-year anniversary version that I absolutely treasure. It's great in powder, the trees, the groomers...
However, that contour made it a little more difficult to use on the uphill when in split mode. As someone new to split boarding, it proved particularly difficult. I'm sure with time and better technique it might have been less of an issue, but ultimately I moved on to a different NS board for backcountry.
Best powder board I have ever ridden. It makes turning incredibly easy no matter how deep the snow is. The turning mimics surfing which I love. Smooth and easy. It cuts through tight trees and lays the most perfect arcs on big faces. I have stomped drops on this board I know I would have tomahawked on anything else. I love the set back and the swallowtail. It is enough to float you but not so deep it can't charge hard and hold steady at high speeds. All around my favorite splitboard I have ever owned.
I took up splitboarding in 2017 and was able to try the Swift, Westbound, and a bunch of other non-NS boards at Front Range Splitfest. I loved the westbound split but the Swift split was incredible. The float is insane and it is so easy to surf your way through super deep powder, fly through the steep chutes, and shred in and out of trees. The big nose and set back inserts make popping in and out of deep turns and dolphin-hopping around through the snow effortless. The Swift split a backcountry slayer!