A snowboard that not only beginners, but also experienced riders can convince.
With the Salomon Pulse Wide you get an excellent board that you can boot from shoe size 44 (and higher).
The Salomon Pulse is a great all-terrain freestyle board with all the basic features.
With its SuperFlat camber and Aspen wood core, it is very revving and lends itself well jibben, but also makes a good figure in powder or on kicker. Thanks to the great price performance ratio you save cash for lift tickets and have a decent snowboard under your feet.
-Binding assembly: on 4×4 inserts
-Construction: Superflat Rocker Camber
-The board is almost completely flat.
This makes the board easy to drive and has very good flex properties.
-Shape / Flex: Directional Twin
-Nose and Tail shapes are identical in this shape, which will benefit you in any freestyle moves and direction changes.
However, the Flex Directional is what you can do in high speed driving in your natural direction and gives the board the necessary stability.
The inserts have some setback, which means that the nose is longer than the tail.
-Sidecut: Radial / Bite Free
-A forgiving sidecut with detuned tip and tail, perfect for jibbing.
-Solid wood core with extra birchwood stripes give the board stability and longevity.
-Fiberglass: Biaxial Low Density
-Biaxially glued fiberglass gives the board power and a tight torsional flex.
-Edge evaporation: ABS
-The preserved ABS sidewalls are sturdy and durable.
-The extruded base is very robust and requires less care than sintered flooring. This will benefit you jibbing, because the hard surface slips better on Rails Curbs, and also slips well, if you do not keep it growing.
-Factory tuning: Standard Stone Finish
-The in-house stone grinding of Salomon makes your board slide better, from the soft powder to the spring slush. Average Width:
-25.8cm (158cm) Wide
-26th0cm (162cm) Wide
-65-80kg (158cm) Wide
-65-95kg (162cm) Wide
2017 Salomon Pulse Review The House.Com
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Salomon Men’s Sense Pulse Running Shoe
- I’m a big fan of Salomon sneakers and own quite a few pairs.
- I put many miles on each pair and they look as good as the day I bought them.
- The shell/ body of the sneaker are well made, but the downfall is that for the miles I power walk that I do, the sole of the sneakers wear down after 8/9 months.
- When it’s time to trash the sneaker, they still look good as when you bought them.
- I’m still looking for sneakers that have tough soles that can handle MANY miles, recommendations would be appreciated.
- I can’t say l enjoy the feeling of them, but they are comfortable.
- Despite high sole, I never felt that I was going to twist my ankle even on rocks.
- Its not a technical running shoe, but great for running on improved/maintained trails.
- The only negative I could say is that it’s somewhat small.
- By looking at it, it seems big but it’s a little tight.
- If you are a trail runner, you will appreciate the excellent padding and light weight of the shoes.
- Only have 16 miles on these but no heel pain day of or next day.
- A little on the heavy side but perfect for training till race day.
- I’ve worn them for both now and they are comfortable and don’t slip around on me.
- I needed a indoor/treadmill gym shoe and im obsessed with Salomon trail shoes so i thought I would give these a whirl.