We’ve brought back the ever popular Summit Custom 110 cm 3D Skiboards 2019 this season. The Custom 110 delivers almost effortless carves, with stability at speeds that will truly surprise you. These high energy skiboards hold an edge, no matter how much you lay it over. The 3D model features a Carbonium top sheet, highly durable, yet allowing the beautiful graphics to show through without distortion. It’s our most durable top sheet.
The 110 cm length is the perfect length for all mountain skiboarding, whether hitting those secret powder stashes, plunging down steep chutes or making super fast turns through the moguls and trees. The aggressive beveled edges and torsional stiffness provide amazing hold on hard pack and ice, delivering speed without chatter. In addition, a rubber dampening layer is included to absorb vibrations, while still allowing maximum road feel.
As with all Summit Skiboards, these skiboards are handcrafted one pair at a time. Summit spares no expense in selecting just the right combination of quality materials for one goal – maximum performance and fun on the slopes. These Summit Custom 110 cm 3D Skiboards 2019 feature a super high quality construction with a parabolic sidecut that functions impeccably with the solid Northern Hemisphere Birch vertically laminated wood core. This is backed by a 2 year manufacturer warranty. Translated, Summits will ride like no other brand of skiboards.
One unique thing about the Summit Custom 110 cm 3D Skiboards is that they accommodate a full range of binding options, including ski release bindings like the Atomic L10, backcountry Ascent AT bindings, telemark bindings or even snowboard bindings — like the Technine Custom Pro DS Snowboard Bindings. A special aluminum layer (does not inhibit flex) is installed beneath the top sheet for greater retention of mounted release bindings as well as providing enhanced edge grip. In addition, the Custom 110 features 4 stainless steel inserts to easily accept non-release and any snowboard bindings.
“The Summit Custom 110 cm 3D Skiboards are one of our most versatile, high performance skiboards. These are great inbounds as well as in the backcountry. The Custom 110 is a true all mountain skiboard, comfortable anywhere and in any conditions. These carbonium topped skiboards are beautiful too”. Doc Roberts, President, Summit Skiboards, Inc.
Recommended for: advanced to expert riders who seek more maneuverability, stability at speed and all mountain freestyle riding. And for intermediate riders who are ready to take a quantum leap in their riding ability.
Sold in Pairs.
Warranty: 2 years
Tuning: These come fully tuned and include a free hand hot wax.
Base color may vary between blue/white and white/blue.
Color: Colorado Sunset
Atomic L10 Step-in Release Bindings: These are our choice for adjustable, step-in release bindings this season. These come with free mounting and wide brakes at no extra charge. These Salomon bindings do no inhibit flex in any way and bend with your skiboards, thus providing maximum performance.
Atomic FFG12 Step-in Release Bindings: Take a step up in performance with higher DIN setting (4-12) for you truly adventurous souls. Comes with free mounting and wide brakes at no extra charge. These Salomon bindings do no inhibit flex in any way and bend with your skiboards thus providing maximum performance.
Non-Release Bindings: The Custom 110 can be mounted with any non-release bindings that fit the standard 40mmX40mm insert pattern.
Snowboard Bindings: Yes, these can be mounted with any Snowboard bindings or purchase ours. Finally, boots that feel like snowboard boots because they are! Inserts hold your bindings secure. It is highly recommended to purchase our Technine Custom Pro DS Snowboard Bindings with Summit riser kit to elevate your bindings so you can truly lay it over on carving.
Note: While there are currently no specific guidelines or laws preventing the use of non-release bindings on skiboards even up to 140cm, the longer length skiboards when used with non-release bindings do increase the risk of injury. Should you choose to use non-release bindings you do so at your own risk knowing full well that there is the chance of serious injury.
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