The Furberg Freeride Splitboard was developed to tackle any kind of snow and terrain you might find in the backcountry.
High-speed stability in combination with maneuverable and catch free properties has made the Freeride Split one of the most talked about splitboards of the last years. Its long sidecut radius makes the splitboard calm and forgiving, while rocker and reverse sidecut towards the tips make it float outstanding in powder and stay catch free in any situation.
By incorporating a slight camber on the center section, the stability, pop and responsiveness have increased considerably and also added grip and stability in skinning mode.
Furberg is convinced that the Freeride Split will be the most versatile and game changing splitboard you’ve ever ridden!
Women's Furberg Freeride Splitboard
Sidewalls – UHMW PE The sidewalls are made of UHMW PE, Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene. These are highly resistant against abrasion and almost impossible to crack (in contrast to ABS sidewalls).
Edges – 2.1 x 2.0 mm Rockwell Hardness 48 The edges are considerably beefier than the industry standard, to be able to withstand harder impacts without cracking or deforming. The edges are fully wrapped around the board for maximum durability.
Core – Poplar and Paulownia We have been optimizing the core’s mix of Poplar and Paulownia over several years to find the perfect balance between weight, strength and ability to hold flex and shape over time.
Base – CPS Sintered Electra 5920 Graphite The base is 1.4 mm thick, which is 20 % thicker than industry standard. This means that you can hit rocks harder without getting core shots and you can stone grind the base more times. CPS Sintered Electra 5920 is one of the fastest bases available on the market. The thicker base does add a few grams on the weight, but more importantly it gives the board a much longer life.
Topsheet- Isosport Texture Polyamide The Isosport Polyamide topsheet is one of the most durable topsheets on the market. The texture makes the topsheet very scratch resistant and less snow sticks to it. We also make all our topsheets in light colors to further avoid snow sticking to them. Dark colored topsheets get warmed up more by the sun and therefore more snow will freeze to them. This is a simple, yet effective way to save weight without compromising on durability and performance.
Composite – Triaxial Fiberglass Triaxial fiberglass is used to get a good torsional stiffness of the splitboard.
In the skiing industry it is obvious that you need a longer turning radius on a freeride ski than on a slalom ski. In the snowboard industry Furberg Snowboards is the only brand that has realized this. Longer turning radius generates better stability at speed. But even more importantly it gives the splitboard a calmer and more forgiving behavior.
Our boards have a slight camber under foot to achieve better edge-hold and a more responsive behavior. It also adds grip and stability to the splitboard in touring mode.
Transitions – Rocker and Reverse Sidecut
The transitions towards the tips are so long, smooth and gradual on our splitboards, you can’t tell where the nose and the tail starts. Since the pressure gets distributed over a larger section, the splitboard is catch-free and easy to ride. Thanks to the long transitions, the board impacts irregularities in the snow with a low angle of incidence and slides over with little resistance. This gives a less bumpy and more forgiving ride.