The 2022 Salomon Huck Knife is truly one of the worlds leading freestyle boards, carrying a full trophy case and a trail of destruction in its wake. Transworld Good Wood award winner, overall winner of the Snowboard Magazine Black Board Experiment, and the freestyle board of choice for many Salomon riders, the Huck Knife has a perfect mix of precision, pop, and response from its Quad Camber profile with blunted tips, along with a mid flex to keep it playful, pressy and stable on your landings. The predictable response and stability of positive camber combined with the freestyle abilities of a park board make the Huck Knife ready for park jumps, rails lines, street spots, and sidehits all over the mountain.
*Base colors may vary
Rider Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Board Type: Park and Freestyle
Camber Type: Quad Camber
A mostly traditional camber profile with exaggerated camber underfoot leading into small rocker zones at the contact points. This gives you extra pop with less catch.
A mid flex that offers all mountain versatility. Playful when you want it, and stable when you need it.
Shape: True Twin
True Twin boards are constructed exactly the same from tip to tail for identical performance in both switch and regular.
EQ Rad Sidecut - Straight Equalizer and curved Radial sidecut shapes blended together, giving you a fun, grippy, and agile edge.
Core: Aspen Select
A full Aspen wood core with every piece being hand selected for unrivalled quality.
Triax/BA MD Glass - Triaxial Fibreglass that increases durability and stability, plus Medium Density fibreglass that guarantees consistent quality and light, lively performance.
Popster - Pop meets performance. Popster shapes the woodcore profile with strategically placed variations of thickness, providing skate-influenced snap and pop.
High speed and good wax retention, so you can go faster for longer.
Mounting Pattern: 2x4 Inserts
Slingshot Sidewalls - Carbon inlays that load energy and enhance response underfoot.
Freestyle Edge Bevel - Pre-tuned edges for freestyle riding, so you can hit rails straight away without worrying about catching edges.