Salomon sequence


Brand: Salomon

What do you think about Salomon sequence?
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28/10/2004
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It's hard and stable in higher runs and in hopes but pillows ride it was not very good, but I only had 155cm o they were a little short in the offpiste but if it had been longer then it would certainly have made it perfect

But otherwise a good board might be a bit stiff but otherwise

17/02/2004
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Have been going to this late beginning of the season. And start learning how it behaves now.

That the board is tough is a fact. Self, I like hard boards. And then this is the gun. Stable in high traffic, going really balanced and fine in the air, and having a damn "pop".

To slow down and spin around is pretty much excluded. In principle, it's not too hard.

The board sucks the field well. And so far, I have not reached the nose to test if the structure keeps what it seems to be doing.

Also, pillows are not the best playground in this board. But then nobody has said that it's going to be done, so you should not complain.

But because it meets all my requirements, it gets 5/5. Does not see anything that is badly bad.

There are negative things like pillows. But do you like pads do not you buy this board either ...

MrTweak
03/09/2002
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The board is basically the same as Franck's pro model, but is suitable for any anorolous ride. while Frank's promo is for primary jump, pipe etc, this is for larger areas with its longer turning radius and more directional flex ..
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Model year: 2001