|Ability Level:||Advanced, Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Salomon Sanchez Snowboard
Melt your mind and have a good time on the newly shaped Sanchez. All the features you know and love from year’s past, now with Rocket Science—Engineered for a playful and maneuverable, yet stable ride while packing your bag o’ tricks and buttering the bread. Get Loose.
- Shape: True Twin
- Profile: Flat Out Rocker
- Side Cut: EQ1
- Construction: BA MD
- Rocket Science EQ
- Core Type: Aspen Strong
- Suspension: Rubber Pads
- Base: Extruded
- Factory Finish: Standard Stone Finish
|Effective Edge (cm)||106.0||110.0||114.0||118.5||122.00|
|Tip Width (cm)||24.7||25.3||26.0||26.5||27.0|
|Tail Width (cm)||24.7||25.3||26.0||26.5||27.0|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.7||25.3||26||26.5||27|
The Salomon Sanchez Snowboard would be a perfect deck for butters, flat ground tricks, park in general, and switch riding.
The Sanchez is flat between the feet and has rocker past the feet to the tips which can be a little unstable at higher speeds. Check out the Salomon Salomonder - it's very similar to the Sanchez but has a flat profile which is more stable at high speeds. Chris Grenier and Jed Anderson us the Salomonder as their board of choice because it's super playful and press-able.
Check out the Salomon Salomonder HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9845sasalm15zz-salomon-snowboards.html
I am 185 cm and 70 kg. And I am a beginner. I'd like to train in parks and sometimes in mountains. Would be 159 cm Sanchez size enough for me?
The Sanchez is quite an excellent all-around board to rip up the mountain with. There is a lot of personal choice in the length of board, but I feel that the 159 length is too long especially for developing skills. Salomon suggests you would be better off with a 155cm length.... even maybe the 151cm length.
Good Day! A lot of this decision is your own preference of course. That said... Salomon suggests that a 146 will be just fine for you. Though I would not go shorter... In fact, look at the 151 for a little more stability.
Good Day. First, the Sanchez comes in a 146... I assume that is what you meant. Salomon suggest that this length board would be ok for you IF you are a skilled intermediate level boarder. If you are a park rat, or a newer snowboarder, Salomon suggests you would better at a length around 140cm.
The Nitro T1 is an unreal park board that does really well jumping.
The Salomon Sanchez is an unreal park board that does really well at jibbing.
You can't go wrong with either board. If you do more jumping get the Ti, but if you do more jibbing get the Sanchez.
There are a lot of variables here. How much you weigh, style of snowboarding, and where you will board the most. Chat with our snowboard specialists to get the perfect ride: 1 (800) 409-7669