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Drift Carbon Nylon Skins Drift Boards

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Drift Carbon Nylon Skins Drift Boards

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Drift Carbon Nylon Skins Drift Boards

Drift boards combine elements of snowshoes and touring skis to create the lightest, fastest, and most affordable way to earn your turns.


  • Designed entirely for uphill performance. Everything you need and nothing you don't.
  • Provides the float and agility of a snowshoe with the glide of a ski. Much lighter and more agile than skis while being much more efficient than snowshoes.
  • Allows users to ride the snowboard of their choice in the backcountry, from the old rock board to the latest powder gun.
  • Ultra lightweight, carbon construction makes Drift boards all but disappear when on your feet or on your back.
  • Around a third the cost of a typical splitboard setup. 
  • Transition faster than skis or split boards. You'll always be done first and ready to do another lap.
  • Minimal binding is light, quick, and lays flat on your back for the descent.
  • Fits perfectly in a skin track. 
  • Works with any type of snowboard boot, including pow surf boots and Burton Step-ons.
  • Double heel risers with the tallest option in the industry for tackling steep terrain.
  • Compatible with our crampon for firm or icy conditions.
  • Compatible with splitboard and AT bindings options. 


  • Ultra-lightweight carbon fiber construction (5 lbs per pair)
  • Polyurethane sidewall 
  • Permanent climbing skins in nylon (Blue and black logo) or 100% mohair (Green and black). Nylon for more grip, mohair for more glide. 
  • Minimalist composite bindings 
  • Webbing straps with cam lock and folding heel cup 
  • Stainless steel hardware 
  • Dimensions 6.75" W x 35" L  (171mm W X 89cm L) 222 in^2 Per Board
  • U.S. Pat. No. 10,272,318 Canada Pat. No. 3,033,865

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