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Chamonix Servoz Wide Snowboard


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Description: Chamonix Servoz Wide Snowboard

Ripping and dipping is what the Chamonix Servoz Wide snowboard was mounted to do. Saddle up, hold tight, and let the creativity of all mountain riding reign. Wrangled up for everyone from novice to expert the Servoz bucks and gallops like a wild bronco.

Size 11 boots and larger are a perfect match for the progressively wider waist width of the Servoz Wide snowboard. Lasso dynamic carves with the confidence bull knowing that toe and heel drag will be nonexistent.

Sandwich sidewall construction with smooth flexing biax weave fiberglass will be your trusty steed from the get go. The Servoz Wide's vertically laminated wood core stands strong under pressure while riding your best.

Hostler those feelings cowboy and handle the Chamonix Servoz snowboard like you supposed to, like a man.

Key Features of Chamonix Servoz Wide Snowboard:
  • Poplar wood core - The perfect combination of strength to weight ratio.
  • Bi- Axial Fiberglass - Two layers of stitched fiberglass at 0 degree and 90 degree, creates a forgiving and high performance flex profile.
  • UHMW Extruded base material - Ultra High Molecular Weight extruded base material. This base is a proven performer with a low level of maintenance, for a consistent glide.
  • ABS sidewall construction: ABS sidewalls provide strength, performance and durability.
Length (cm) 157W 163W
Effective Edge (cm) 121.7 127.5
Tip Width (cm) 30.3 31.2
Tail Width (cm) 30.3 31.2
Waist Width (cm) 26.4 26.8
Sidecut (m) 10/7.8/10 10/7.8/10

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Great Board for the $$
Great board for a great price! Good flex and great ride! Would definitely recommend for anyone looking for high quality board at a low price
Great board for the $$!  Great flex and good ride! 
Brandon - Austin TX
Great board for the $$! Great flex and good ride! Brandon - Austin TX
April 11, 2017
Austin, TX, US
over 2 years ago

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Hey guys, great video and nice looking board. I'm 6'3", size 13 feet and about 180lbs. Haven't been on the slopes in a while but when i did I used to love going fast and also to just cruise around doing little jumps and playful stuff but nothing monstrous. This board sounds like an all level player that might fit the bill. Am I right? Also could you recommend bindings and boots to match my style of riding please. Cheers Giles, Seattle
Rymps on Nov 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for reaching out! The Servoz Wide is a great all mountain board that smoothing cruising and softer on the flex spectrum. The Drake King Bindings in size X-Large would be a great match. Check them out HERE:
im about 5'11" & 200 lbs. is the 157cm a good option for me?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yeah this should work great. I use the 157 and I’m 205 lbs and the only issues with control I’ve encountered are when I went into areas way above my skill level.
im 6'4" 270, And wear a size 15.. I know that theres Hardly any board wide enough for that. I currently ride a 165w sapient board but I think I want a softer flex board. would this be good option? or should I look towards something else
Nathaniel W on Feb 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is a medium flex snowboard. I rode multiple times in January 2018, love the stability and edging control. Speed and stability, Ollie's and Jibbing, is just fine. I'm too old for a park ride so I hadn't done it but my guess it should be fine. If you're an extreme park rider, a little softer board is ideal.
I'm 6'0 and 140 lbs. Which board would be better for control?
A shopper on Jan 26, 2018
I think Brandon is right on... the 157cm length will be the ideal option here.
I'm 6'1" and 165 lbs should I get the 157cm or 163cm board?
Josh J on Jan 31, 2017
It will depend a little on your own preference and style, but most companies would put you on something more like a 159 to 161 range. I would think the 157 would be a more enjoyable ride for you.
What are the specs of this board? All I see are the dimensions, no specifications
a a on Jan 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: all of the spec and key features are listed on the page is there something that we might have missed?


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