Salomon Daniel Franck


Brand: Salomon

What do you think about Salomon Daniel Franck?
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Yato
Yato (Guest)
05/01/2009
Strenghts:
Greater length with out losing the maneuverability of the 153 size. Very stable of all jumps and pipe. The best all around board I have ever ridden for sure.

Weaknesses:
None

Summary:
If you can still find it today in good shape I say get. I know I'm still looking for another one to add to my collection.

jon_nilsson
23/09/2002
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stiff in the offpist but good in air it's not that affordable

Model year: 2000
Johan_Ljung
02/04/2002
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far too rigid offpiste, the bindings that accompanied the story. After a test drive I left it back. Solomon may be kings on skis, but unfortunately slaves on snowboarding. Can be done well, but really not affordable, it's not usually signature boards. Daniel Franck hardly drives such a thing

Model year: 2001
Sponken
20/03/2002
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This is the ultimate board for piste with good jumps if you like to go fast and jump high. I have run this season and DF & I have had it wonderful. Recommends a helmet as it is hard to keep up with DF. The board is very sharp edge to edge and it gives a good shot from the turns. The edge grip leaves nothing to chance. I highly recommend this board to riders who have been driving for a while and are not afraid to release at proper speed. However, I feel a bit too heavy (75 kg) for this board outside the piste.
Suspects that it is difficult to find an all-round board that is as quick as DF and at the same time has a lot of cuddle in pillows. Have acquired a Burton Frontier 170 for this purpose.

Model year: 2001