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  • All Mountain
  • Directional
  • Camber
  • Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood
  • Extruded
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: M3 Talon Snowboard 154

The M3 Talon is a snowboard that has been designed with performance in mind, capable of riding in all terrains. The flex pattern enables greater performance and it has a directional shape that aids this. The Talon is suitable for riders of all levels and will provide top quality all-mountain freeride performance. The core is suitably lightweight but is durable enough to take whatever abuse youre going to dish out to it. The sintered base supplies masses of speed and durability. The sidewall construction gives you a board that reacts sharply to your movements to give you the confidence to ride hard in all types of freeride situations. The deeper sidecuts that the board has been manufactured with adds even greater maneuverability.

Key Features of the M3 Talon Snowboard:
  • Length (cm): 159
  • Effective Edge (cm): 123.6
  • Tip/Tail Width (cm): 30/25.20
  • Waist Width (cm): 29.36
  • Directional
  • Camber
  • ABS Sidewall


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M3 Talon Snowboard 154
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 12 Answers
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Lorena W: looks Dec 17, 2013
Tim H asked: Looking for a board for my 2 boys. One is 5'8 145 the other is 5'6 110. Any ideas? Dec 2, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Generally you want to get a board that is around 90% of their height. For 5'8" it's 155cm and for 5'6" it's 150cm. Use this as as starting point. If their shoe size is over 11 then look for a wide board (will be denoted in the name) otherwise concentrate on a regular width board (not containing wide or midwide in the name).
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Dec 2, 2013
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Mark H: I love my 163cm M3 Talon. I am 6'2" and it handles me perfectly. Sizing is more about riding style. Park or newer to boarding = shorter (140 - 148) Mountain, heavier or like more speed = longer (148 - 158). One of the biggest factors in choosing the Talon for me was it is the board with the largest waist width. Meaning more width at the center for my size 15 boots = less toe and heel drag. Great board and nice clean style. I would recommend it to anyone. By the way I also ride a 154 Palmer and a 157 DBX as well, so sometimes a little short is ok too, depends on the day or location. Dec 2, 2013
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William W: Their weight is more of a factor than height. I would think a board length from 145-152 would be comfortable for them, depending on their skill level. Ski shop would usually let them demo a board for a day to see what works for them Dec 3, 2013
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jarren c: It's a really good board for the price, try a 152 for the boy who's 5'8 and a little smaller for your other boy maybe 146 Dec 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 163cm tall but I couldn't find any size smaller than 154. I wear a 7 size boots. Would this board too long for me? Mar 13, 2014
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