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Sapient Color Wheel Snowboard - Womens

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Type: Freeride, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Rocker, cucumber
Flex: Soft
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: WOOD
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Radial
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Sapient Color Wheel Snowboard - Womens

The Sapient Color Wheel Snowboard can easily be mistaken for just another women's board, after all it is plenty pretty, but the real highlight of this board is the amazing shape and profile. The Cucumber Camber style features a flat zone between the bindings, but leads into a rockered tip and tail. Together this means that on straight snow the board feels plenty smooth and grips well, but coming into turns, landings, or whatever else your heart desires the Color Wheel will cut down on any catching.

Key Features of the Sapient Color Wheel Snowboard:
  • True Twin
  • Wood Core
  • Fullwrap Metal Edge
  • Extruded base
  • Cap Construction
  • Cucumber Camber
  • Hybrid flat/rockered camber story
  • 1 Year Warranty
Length (cm) 140 143 145 148 151
Effective Edge (cm) 114.3 114.9 115.6 116.1 116.8
Tip Width (cm) 26 26.7 27.4 27.9 28.6
Tail Width (cm) 26 26.7 27.4 27.9 28.6
Waist Width (cm) 23.5 24.1 24.8 25.4 26
Sidecut (m) 6.75 6.85 6.9 7.1 7.2

Color Wheel

4.3 / 5.0
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Nice and buttery, but not as playful as a banana camber. I like the flat base with the rocker tips, its kind of the best of bother words. Pretty stable and fun
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October 20, 2013
great board for the price
Looking for a board for a good price look no further Sapient is a good brand and the colors are cool and its lightweight love it can't wait to get on the slopes.
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December 8, 2014
1 month ago
Nice upgrade from renting, but didnt have to spend a ton. Love the design and feel of the color wheel
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October 20, 2013

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Jami W on Dec 4, 2014
good board to introduce the lady in my life to the sport of snowboarding.
Justin D on Dec 16, 2013
Decent specs for the price. Should be a decent beginner board.
Adam L on Dec 18, 2013
I chose this because I am a beginner and it was cheap, and a friend recommended this site for good quality, reasonably priced equipment.
April M on Dec 12, 2013
which side is the top?
Ashly S on Nov 6, 2013
Best Answer: White is the top you stand on, black is the bottom that touches the snow.
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Is this a good board for an intermediate boarder and turns?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2014
Best Answer: I bought this for my wife as her first board, she had gone a few times before but was a beginner. She's now used it for 2 years and is intermediate. She can turn toes to heels etc. This isn't a top of the line board but it works and we haven't had any problems!
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Are bindings included with the board?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2013
Best Answer: No bindings, there is always a list of items incuded in the description
Reply · Report · jordan a on Dec 25, 2013
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which side is the top?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2013
Best Answer: The topsheet is positioned on the is the white side.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 30, 2013
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Which bindings are best with this board?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: Any binding will work as long as it is made for the 4x4 mounting pattern (which most are.) General all mountain, beginner type bindings will have a flex rating of medium to stiff. Make sure the size of the binding fits your boot size. I have also found that the most common strap-in style seems to hold your foot in best with the ones with the toe-cap being the best to hold your heel in place. The higher the back, the more control over the heelside edge of the board. Brand wont make much of a difference. Just find what works for your skill level and what kind of riding you want to do. Burton, Rossi, Ride, Flux, Union, K2, Rome, and Salomon all make good bindings.
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