Amplid Morning Split 14-15

Product category: Splitboards
Manufacturer: Amplid

Season: 2014/15
Price (SRP) from: 999€
 (1 review)
Included: Karakoram Connectors and Skins

Length: 163cm  
Board-Profile: Hybrid
Splitboard S-Rocker Profile

Get the Morning Split under your feet and explore the unreachable capaciousness. Based on Amplid's new unorthodox pow sled the Morning Glory, the Morning Split is the vehicle of choice to access secret powder stashes. Amplid's super light Hex Mat glass and carbon matrix strips reduces unwanted weight from the Morning Split making it one of the lightest splitboards on the market, perfect for long touring adventures.

Splitboard Amplid Morning Split Design:

Splitboard Amplid Morning Split 14-15 Design

Very gradual early-rise in the nose and conservative taper make touring in powder snow effortless. Full length steel edges and ABS sidewalls on the inside edges maximise durability for tours on thinning snowpack.

The Morning Split is supplied with a Karakoram connector kit which guarantees the best possible bond between the two halves in ride mode. Insert patterns allow for multiple binding options including the Plum, Karakoram and Voile systems. Use a light-rail binding package and touring pins to shave off even more weight. Adhesive free hiking skins, pre-cut to size are also provided.

The lenght is 163cm and it comes with customized skins.

Check out the First Impression Test of the Amplid Morning Split.

Splitboard Amplid Morning Split Profile:

Splitboard Amplid Morning Split Profile

Splitboard Amplid Morning Split Tec and Sizechart:

Splitboard Amplid Morning Split Tec and Sizechart


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    12. March 2015 - 11:12 Log in or register to post comments

    The Amplid Morning Split was a pleasure to ride!
    Fortunately we had enough powder - the perfect conditions to get all the advances of the very special shape out of this powder star.

    Combined with SP-Bindings mounting was easy and fast. The karakoram connections are good, as long as you have enough even space to connect the two halfs.

    On the wind-compressed snow (which we had in the second half of our week on the glacier) ascent without crampons would have been impossible in steep area.

    Although ascent is challenging with the Amplid Morning Split - with the first powder turn you know it was a good choice!