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Sapient Stash Snowboard

Sapient Stash Snowboard
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Description: Sapient Stash Snowboard

The Sapient Stash Snowboard is a must-have for any rider looking to improve his riding skills, old or young. While the board is made for extreme riders, anyone will feel different while shredding on a Sapient Stash and their skills will truly elevate to another level. The Wood core is excellent for having total control over your riding while also making quick turns and getting speed that you've never seen before. Cut the slopes like a pro with perfect balance! The Sapient Stash also boasts full wrap metal edges that allow for smooth riding over the bare surface of the snow. This is a board that will change your riding forever.

Key Features of the Sapient Stash Snowboard:
  • Twinish
  • Wood core
  • Cap construction
  • Cucumber
  • Hybrid flat/rockered camber story.
  • Extruded base
  • Full wrap metal edges
Dimensions
Length (cm)
Effective Edge (cm) 126 130
Tip Width (cm) 30.1 30.65
Tail Width (cm) 30.1 30.65
Waist Width (cm) 25.4 26.04
Sidecut (m) 7.87 8.24

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4.5 / 5.0
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Longer for trips
Bought this as a longer option for my trip to Aspen last season. Worked out well and is a very nice stable board. A bit to long for Ohio hills, but I was happy with it. Good price on this deck
October 20, 2013
First snowboard owned!
I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking to stop renting and start owning. You can't beat the quality paired with the affordability. Given I don't know tons about snowboards, it rides very smooth.
November 7, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ability:
Intermediate

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Why did you choose this?
The-House.com Store
was a good price for a snowboard that had good review in other websites. i also like the simple design, sometimes less is more
christopher s on Apr 14, 2014
mostly all black
William R on Jan 20, 2014
was a good price for a snowboard that had good review in other websites. i also like the simple design, sometimes less is more
christopher s on Apr 14, 2014
Looked like a decent starter board and didn't want to spend a bunch of money before I was sure boarding was something I would continue to do and I currently have no idea what qualities I would want in a board.
Eric W on Mar 17, 2014
mostly all black
William R on Jan 20, 2014
Cheap
Stephen J on Jan 7, 2014
Usually rent equipment and it looked like a good starter board.
Donald W on Dec 17, 2013
Needed a longer board
Timothy M on Oct 17, 2013
Cheap
Erik A on Aug 14, 2013
Looked like a decent starter board and didn't want to spend a bunch of money before I was sure boarding was something I would continue to do and I currently have no idea what qualities I would want in a board.
Eric W on Mar 17, 2014
Cheap
Stephen J on Jan 7, 2014
Is it ok for a person who is size 13!? I want to buy it for a gift!!
A shopper on Feb 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Sapient Stash Snowboard will be too narrow for a size 13. Check out our wide selection at http://www.the-house.com/snbd-wide-snowboards.html
I am 6' 4" and weigh 210 pounds and have a size 13 shoe, What is a good starter board? Want an inexpensive board, first time trying this and want to see if I like it before I invest in the sport.
Jonny O on Dec 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have a stash 160 and it rides great but not going to be wide enough for a size 13. The flat/rocker really helped my confidence my first couple years riding. Like was previously mentioned, grab a rental or do a demo day and see what you like first. Make sure to go a couple times and get the basics down first though. Its a bit of a learning curve but after you get the drift of things it starts being more fun and less of a chore.
How dramatic is the Hybrid camber, and how does it change the feel of the board in comparison to a regular Camber board?
A shopper on Feb 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I've been riding camber style boards since 1996, until purchasing the Sapient Stash last year, the difference is subtle at first but definitely there.
The best way I can describe the difference is it's more playful, you have to dig your heels/toes a little more to catch an edge, this makes the board more buttery/playful.
Only downside I've experienced, not as good on a powder day, so be prepared for that. I really wish hybrids were around when I was first learning.

Overall I'm a huge fan of Sapient and of the Hybrid Camber. I hope this helps.