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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 163

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): 163
  • Effective Edge (cm): 126.4
  • Tip/Tail Width (cm): 30/25.4
  • Waist Width (cm): 29.7
  • Directional
  • Camber
  • ABS Sidewall


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M3 Talon Snowboard 163
Already Asked: 3 Questions, 12 Answers
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Matthew W: A good friend rode this as a beginner/intermediate board and loved the board. Jan 11, 2014
Charles L: best snowboard bang for your buck. It was only 150, and the design is simple and clean. Cant wait to use it. Dec 24, 2013
David M: Its price and I'm doing sleepy purchases Nov 30, 2013
Kimberly D: It's nice Jul 28, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm 6.1 ish & about 200lbs how big would I want my board? Oct 14, 2013
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jarren c: Well I'm 5'9 and I ride a 54... Considering riding a 51 this year, little easier to throw around. I think a 56-58 might be good for you. Oct 15, 2013
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oscar m: If you are a beginner, then I recommend to get a board that is as tall as your foot to neck. That should be a great start. That is what I started with and worked great. I hope this helped you. Oct 15, 2013
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Marc F: It should go up to just under your nose from the floor when you're holding it in front of you.

Maybe a tad more if you'll ride mainly in deep powder...

Oct 15, 2013
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Garrett F.: I am same size roughly. (6' 2" 190) and i ride a 158 or smaller depending on what Im riding. I try to not go any bigger than the 158-159 area Nov 23, 2013
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shawn k: Good board length should be at your chin when standing next to it. I would recommend 159-162 Oct 15, 2013
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Steve O: I'm about 6'1, 200 and bought the 163, and it's been a very good size for me. Oct 15, 2013
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William W: You are about the same size as myself(6' 190 lbs) . I have been usng a 162" for the last 5 yrs. , so I expect to have fun with this 163" these season. I like the length for the flat spots on the mountains, and it help me stay ahead of my son when we race down the mountain. The length makes it slightly harder to turn on the power days, but I won't go shorter either.

Oct 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wear a size 13 boot, do you think I can till use this board or am I better off finding a wider board? Dec 23, 2013
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Matt GStaff: With a size 13 boot it would be a much better idea to get a wide board. Check out all of the wide boards we have in stock HERE: Jan 2, 2014
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