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5150 Prism Snowboard - Womens

5150 Prism Snowboard
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Description: 5150 Prism Snowboard - Womens

Although women are considered a little daintier and more spider-wary than men, the 5150 Prism Snowboard edition proves that some chicks out there can not only hang with the guys on the mountainside but also surpass them. The Biaxial Fiberglass-constructed board makes this puppy tougher than Bruce Lee in his day, and with the Tru-Flex Core, even Large Marge could hop on the 5150 Prism and get plenty of flex without sending shards of shrapnel into a crowd of onlookers.

Key Features of the 5150 Prism Snowboard:
  • RadRock Rocker for easy turning, catch-free performance
  • Directional
    • Shape
    • with a softer flex for all-mountain performance
    • Narrow Waist to better fit women's feet and make turning easier
    • Full tip-to-tail sustainable Aspen core for durability and lasting camber
    • 3D Structural Cap provides strength and responsiveness
    • 360degrees Edge Protection - the strongest and lightest edge available
    • Tru-Flex Core for a smooth and responsive ride
    • Biaxial Fiberglass for dependable and forgiving edge control
    • 1000-Grade Extruded die-cut base goes fast and tunes faster
Length (cm) 153
Effective Edge (cm)
Tip Width (cm)
Tail Width (cm)
Waist Width (cm) 24.1
Sidecut (m) 7.8


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It was one of the few with a rocker profile and my girlfriend thought it was cute
Brandon P on Jan 21, 2014
It was one of the few with a rocker profile and my girlfriend thought it was cute
Brandon P on Jan 21, 2014
Does it come in any different sizes?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2014
This 5150 Prism Snowboard is from a previous year, and the posted size is all we have left (or is available to us). We have a slightly different version of the Prism here: