Performing in all conditions and adapting to all levels of riders, the PREMS 160 from Plum is a splitboard for men who love adventures to the top.
Whether the snow is hard, blowing or powder, this model is at ease in all conditions while guaranteeing tolerance. Handmade in France, it stands out with its symmetrical construction where every element is important. With its hardened steel reverse edge and tuning, its grip is exceptional. In addition, its quad-axial fibers, which take the core in sandwish, offer a rigid, playful and torsionally responsive flex, while its core with two types of hot glued poxy wood guarantees an irreproachable resistance to impact.
Finally, its clean and careful wood design adds a nice touch of quality.
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iconic Model Xavier De Le Rue XV SPLIT S / M Rossignol Fixing splitboards Men which merges < strong> lightweight , reliability and ease of use .
Suitable for demanding hiking trips in the backcountry, this attachment split consists of a aluminum base plate milled , the industry-leading technology and a washer Icebreaker V-shaped which form an interface between the board and ultra-structural attachment. To switch from on mode to glide, this fixation has a Simple highly effective toggle locking mechanism and reliable.
Exceptional stability and evacuation of the maximum snow are guaranteed but also a perfect fit through the straps 3D that match the shape of the boots.
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1968 Henri Felisaz descends from its Chamonix natal to launch into the industrial adventure (Cluses world capital of the turning bars). In 1994 Albert and Jean-Michel Felisaz resume the company and diversify the activity by a mechanical section of precision: parts of GP bikes, Swiss watches... 2005 The first ultra-light toe piece is developed and in 2007 of the first light binding 100% French. 2008 The trademark and logo are registered. PLUM is born! 29 Medals won by the Plum athletes during the ski-mountaineering world championship 2012/2013.