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The 3 Best Splitboards of Winter 2018

Plus: The perfect bindings for new splitboarders

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Ditch the resort and hit the backcountry with these three uphill-ready splitboards for riders of all levels. Bonus: We find a binding that can do it all.

Burton Flight Attendant X Splitboard

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Burton took one of its best-selling snowboards, the Flight Attendant, and made it one of the lightest splitboards available. Read the Full Review

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Pallas Girl Scout

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This all-around workhorse was a hit with female testers. With 75 percent of the torsional stiffness of a comparable men’s board, the Girl Scout grants better edge control for lighter-weight riders. Read the Full Review

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Weston Japow Split

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The foot-wide, rockered nose on this classic swallowtail board floats on anything from chop to chunder to powder. Read the Full Review

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Karakoram Prime Connect-CI

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For split-curious riders who want to experience the magic of splitboarding but don’t want to shell out for dedicated bindings, the Connect-Ci offers the comfort and responsiveness of a resort binding, but is fully functional as a backcountry touring setup. Read the Full Review

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