The Descender Fjäderlätt is an ultra lightweight splitboard. For the one’s not familiar with the swedish language, Fjäderlätt means featherlight, a name we felt appropriate as the 161 weighs in at just 2790 grams. It’s a split targeting big mountain touring where lowest possible weight in combination with a stiffer flex is essential. After the fantastic reception of the Descender splitboard, racking up none less than four “editors choice/selection” awards from titles like Splitboarding Journal, Backcountry Magazine, Splitboarding Magazine and Fall Line Magazine, we decided to up the game with our most technically advanced board so far. Descender Fjäderlätt is a directional freeride board with enough tail to allow for switch landings and with enough power to charge big lines. This splitboard has no speed limit and is aiming for best in class performance. Power Bumps™ at the inserts for ultimate grip and security in critical situations boost your level of confidence.
Length: 161, 162 wide Core: All farmed paulownia x-grain with double aluminum stringers and ash reinforced inserts. Construction: Full carbon triax layup using VOC-free epoxy that has the highest bonding strenght tested. Flax dampers at inserts. Topsheet: Organic polyamid made from castor beans Profile: Parabolic 4mm camber – with low tip- and tail-rocker. Directional freeride. Base: 5930 Sintered Graphite Electra Hardware: Voile compatible insert pattern. Phantom Herkules clips.