Men’s 2024 Harpoon Snowboard
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The ultimate, volume shifted, surf inspired Harpoon is the ultra-versatile option for a dynamic ride in any condition. 13mm of taper, Fusion Rocker Camber and a setback stance allow for charging, laybacks, bank slashing and quick edge to edge transitions, with effortless float, powerful edge grip and a smooth ride for a surfy feel anywhere on the hill. Downsize 3-5cm for added agility through the trees.
Harpoon Carbon Fiber Configuration
Carbon Max Laminate
Harpoon Damping System
Harpoon Wood Core Construction
NS SuperLight Wood Core
Harpoon 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
- NS SuperLight Wood Core
- RDS 2 Damping System
- Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers
- Sintered UHMW Polyethylene Sidewall
- Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base
- P-tex Nose/Tail Protection
- Full Wrap Metal Edge
|Type:||All Mountain, Freeride, Freestyle, Powder|
|Shape:||Directional Volume Board|
|Profile:||Fusion Rocker Camber|
|Laminates:||Carbon Max Tech, Bi-Lite Fiberglass, STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass|
|Base:||Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base|
|Stance Setback:||2.3 inches|
This is an undrivable board, the only thing I can compare it to is the Pulse Palmer which is an older style of board. The Harpoon has excellent maneuverability and can work well in tight positions.
I own last years model of this board and love it to the max. This board never fails me and can complete and trick or tree run without difficulty. There is not a better board out there.
Harpoon Floats, Turns & Bites. Been on it for 10 rides so far. Not a ton, but enough. Loveland (icycoldsnow) Copper (chundersnow w/moguls) & Snowmass (powdertrees). Previous boards Never Summer SL 2yr (liked it but wanted something faster), NS West 3yr (oh-boy new tech & topsheet (reminded me of a BMW except it handled in the snow :0).. Harpoon; I like the set back surfy style, short tail to flip direction, spoon tip to float the boat. Vario-sidecut and ripsaw in the back. Edge to edge nice & controlled, syrupy smooth turns. If you know how to set an edge it holds... if not, camber is not going to help. 5'8", #190, Age 60ish, size 10 boot, Cartels, 156cm length ("my normal size") Skip the "go shorter" hype, imho more is more and makes it more versatile. Wax it soon, factory wax was gone in 2 rides. It's fast & fun enough to make me not regret the $$$. I like to ride with the bindings slammed back. can do a switch turn or2 for mogul tree. like looking forward, bindings are both forward... front one is really forward. My old body hates the sideways down the hill twist. Board helps me get out through the Breaks
AWESOME board in powder and the trees. Super fun, surfy, playful board that loves to turn.
The Harpoon is an easy-going board for most conditions. I've ridden it on everything packed groomers, hard ice, and some resort powder (no backcountry.... yet). It's very forgiving and glides like a dream over almost all terrain. The only quibble I've had is ice. If you get onto that pure hot/cold-cycled ice, it just doesn't have the edge hold. I think it's a combination of a short edge (152), the rocker-dominant profile, and the fact that I'm not an advanced rider.