Articles Tagged: sims-snowboard

Sims Horizon Woman’s Snowboard

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Sims Horizon Woman’s Snowboard

Carve a line with the women's Horizon snowboard from Sims. This all-mountain board is designed with a light wooden core, constructed for minimum weight, maximum strength, and a woman's flex pattern. The UMHW-extruded base is both durable and easy to repair, while bi-axial fiberglass further reduces weight and offers a more forgiving ride. Rubber foil dampeners provide a smooth ride and increase bonding strength between the edge and sidewall.

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Sims Heiress Woman’s Snowboard

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Sims Heiress Woman’s Snowboard

The Heiress is for the lady who isn’t afraid to drop before the boys, and with artwork by Hannah Stouffer she can look good doing it. A combination of Light Wood Core and EZ Rocker Flat Construction will let you float in powder without sacrificing stability.

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Sims Quest Snowboard

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Sims Quest Snowboard

Carve a line with the Quest snowboard from Sims. This all-mountain board is designed around a light poplar core with 1" stringers for maximum comfort and reduced weight. The UMHW-extruded base is both durable and easy to repair, while bi-axial fiberglass further reduces weight and offers a more forgiving ride. Rubber foil dampeners provide a smooth ride and increase bonding strength between the edge and sidewall.

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Sims Protocol Snowboard

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Sims Protocol Snowboard

If you want to ball but you’re on that PBR and PBJ budget, look no further than the Protocol. With EZ Rocker Flat Construction and tip to tail carbon stringers you can count on having plenty of pop for your buck.

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Sims Rules! Snowboard

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Sims Rules! Snowboard

If you want a board that rocks the whole mountain with some throwback graphics, this is your joint. EZ Rocker, full poplar core and tip to tail carbon stringers make this the true rippers choice.

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Sims Steve Fisher Snowboard

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Sims Steve Fisher Snowboard

If you’re suffering from suicidal freestyle tendencies like Steve Fisher you’ll need a board that can handle big pipes, huge quarters and bone crunching landings. Sims sat down with Steve and what they came up with was; a directional twin with basalt glass; carbon stringers; a reduced core profile to cut down weight and increase pop; rubber damped edges to take those nasty vibrations out of your riding and increase durability. Steve Fisher designed his pro model to have a thinner core profile and a great carbon layup mixed with tri-axial glass which makes it lightweight and very responsive while giving it great pop.

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