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Sapient Future Snowboard


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Description: Sapient Future Snowboard

An ideal park or beginners board, the Sapient Future Snowboard features a zero-camber shape for most points of contact with the snow, and minimal bucking when connecting turns. The softer flex makes it ideal for any groomer's situation, and the perfect flex for butters, rails, and other park features. The extruded base is sure to hold up to even the toughest conditions, with minimal waxing and maintenance. Pair with a soft pair of bindings and some comfy boots to match, and you'll be cruising in no time!

Key Features of the Sapient Future Snowboard:
  • Cap construction
  • UHMW extruded base - the very best extruded base material available for crisp clear graphics and a low maintenance ride
  • Full wrap Rockwell 48º carbon steel edges
  • Rubber foil along the edges for a smooth ride and a strong bond
  • Non-woven tip and tail inserts for increased durability
  • Bi-axial stitched fiberglass - 2 separate layers of 0º and 90º bias fiberglass stitched together to form a strong durable board and maintain the original ride characteristics longer
  • Full wood core features 1" stringers of poplar which have a great strength to weight ratio. Reinforced with bamboo stringers along the inserts for increased strength and durability
  • ICP2112 strong and durable topsheet material provides for vibrant graphics
  • UV lacquer coating applied to prevent graphics from fading
  • Two 12-packs, 2x2, of stainless steel inserts to provide the maximum number of stance options
  • Zero Camber with late kick
Length (cm) 150 153
Effective Edge (cm) 125.5 129.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.8 29.3
Tail Width (cm) 28.8 29.3
Waist Width (cm) 24.9 25.1
Sidecut (m) 6.87 7.31
Mounting Pattern 2x4 2x4
Stance Setback (cm) 0.5 0.5

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Looks like a snowboard. Not sure what it is...
Basicaly looked like the image. A little bit more shiny... But not in a creapy way.
August 16, 2018
8 months ago

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The price... And the video review sounded like it was a totaly ok board.
Martin L on Jul 26, 2018
The price... And the video review sounded like it was a totaly ok board.
Martin L on Jul 26, 2018
Would this board be a good first board for someone who is 5'7", weights around 160 and wears an 8.5?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2016
Sapient states that you could ride the 153cm length ok. This will be a good purely entry level board, but not a great deck to progress on.
I'm 5'7 165 with a size 12 shoe, would this be a good board for me?
Hubbdamosthated on Jan 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: For sure, but with the size of your feet the wide option would be best. Check it out HERE:
Do the snowboards come waxed?
A shopper on Jan 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They come with a factory wax that is ready to go when you rip off the shrink wrap. Lasted for two long days after which copious tree runs took their toll. Your mileage may vary depending on what conditions you snowboard.
Granddaughter 5'1 " 102 lbs. is this a good board has snowboarded/skier ?not novice
Theresa on Oct 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Check out the 137cm K2 Kandi Snowboard, it'll be much better for your granddaughters profile. Check it out HERE:
will the sapient wisdom snowboard bindings fit?
Jtylonen9 on Nov 15, 2017
Hi would this board work for someone who I around 5'7" and weighs around 165 and wears a 10 shoe size?
Shane on Nov 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Definitely. The 153cm Sapient Future Snowboard would be the best size.
Are these compatible with the burton unidisk?
Patorres on Feb 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Patrick,

I'm about 5"8 an about 125lbs. Trying to set myself in around 130lbs. Right now I'm riding a board I got from a friend that is a 157cm (w) I can control it but i feel it's to big for me an I either wipe out or feel like landing sketchy. I was looking at possibly buying this sapient board would this be good for me an the flex of it as well for doing butters an terrain such as rails, boxes an jumps. I'll also go down trails as wellwell at times. What would be the best size board for me?
robert g on Jan 25, 2016

I would agree that the 157 is too big for you. Either the 150 or 153 would be great for you. If your main focus is in the park, I would suggest a smaller board. If you spend equal time in the park and the rest of the mountain, the longer board will be great! It is a softer board so you should be able to pull of buttery moves no problem!
Looking to purchase for my son- he wears an 8 1/2 and is 5'5" . Is this a good choice for him? What additional things would I need to purchase for this board? Bindings?
Toni B on Dec 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey there Toni, yes, I think that this would be a great board for your son. How much does he weigh? I can help you with sizing this way.

So for a full set up you will need bindings and snowboard boots.
Would this be a good first board?
Brendan R on Dec 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Brendan,

Yes the Sapient Future Snowboard would be a great 1st snowboard. The extruded bas is low maintenance, the biaxial fiberglass is soft, the wood core has additional bamboo laminates that give a consistent flex, and the zero-camber with late kick is great for all types of terrain.


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