Salomon Sleepwalker

Salomon Sleepwalker 2018 Review The Sleepwalker is a new board for the 2018 season, and I’ll call it now and say that this is going to be a pretty popular board. Overall its a twin jib/park board, that rides like a Villain, but costs a whole bunch less.

Salomon Pulse

Salomon Pulse 2017 The Salomon Pulse is a soft flexing beginner board, that has a directional twin shape and a very affordable price.

Salomon Super 8

Salomon Super 8 2017 Review The Salomon Super 8 is a wider board, that is made to be a mix between a hard charging all mountain board, and a surfy powder board.

Salomon Gypsy

The Salomon Gypsy is a medium/soft flexing freestyle board. Similar in style to the mens version (Salomon Villain), the Gypsy is best in the park but will do well everywhere. It has the Rock Out Camber Profile, which means that the board is flat between your feet, camber under your feet and then rocker on the nose and tail. The flat…

Salomon Derby

Salomon Derby 2017 Review The Salomon Derby is short and wide board, that is made to be quick and easy to turn, and have lots of float on pow days.

Salomon Craft

Salomon Craft Review 2016 The Salomon Craft is an affordable board that can be ridden all over the mountain. It has the Rock Out Camber profile, which means that it has a flat section between your bindings, camber under your feet and rocker on the tip and the tail. The large flat section is made to give you a solid…

Salomon Assassin

The Salomon Assassin is made to be a freestyle and powder snowboard.

It was explained to me as being like a big brother to the Salmon Villain, with a stiffer flex and more features.

Salomon Chief

The Salomon Cheif are bindings that are made to handle all kinds of riding, whether it is deep backcountry days, in the trees or laps in the park. Although the flex is rated at a 7/10, it is versatile enough that will let you tweak it out in the park, but still be responsive for hard and fast riding. The…

Salomon Quantum

On the very high end of Salomon’s bindings, there is the Quantum. Unlike most stiff bindings, they are light and responsive, but still comfortable. They have the ShadowFit baseplate whic has something called the Kevlar QuickWire heelcup. Unlike standard bindings, that have a stiff heelcup, this is flexible and fits to your boot as you tighten your straps. To go…

Salomon Arcade

The Arcade is Salomon’s top selling binding, and for a good reason. It is light, tough, made from good materials and is not going to break the bank. Salomon rate it has having a medium stiff flex, and they give it a 6/10. It is a good middle of the range flex, so you can use this binding all over…

Salomon Boss

The Salomon Boss bindings are light, flexible and strong binding that are great for jibbing. They are made to be tough, but still flex. They have the softest highback in the Salomon range, the Drumframe. You aren’t going to have any problems pressing or tweaking with these. To see them in action search for videos of Jed Anderson and Chris…

Salomon Rhythm

On the entry level of Salmon’s bindings is the Rhythm. It is set at a very affordable price point ($140) and is made for someone who is looking for their own setup to progress their riding. Maybe you are someone who has been snowboarding for a while on rental gear, but want to make the jump an buy your own…

Salomon Absolute

Salomon Absolute bindings are made for the female rider who tears up the mountain and needs a strong and responsive binding. These aren’t tiny little soft pink and white bindings for someone who only rides a few days a year. They have a tough composite baseplate, with a full length eva padding. No need to worry about hard landings, the…

Salomon Mans board

The Salomon Man’s Board is a solid all mountain snowboard than can handle whatever terrain you want to ride it on. It has a Cross Profile camber profile, which means there is regular old school camber between the feet, and rocker on the nose and the tail. The camber give you good pop for ollies and jumps, and the rocker…