Riding Style / Field of use
Still in my mind if it had been yeaterday. With the Morning Split i had the best faceshots ever. Allmost unbeatable in powder, extremely agil and big fun to ride.
The enormous tip keeps up even at the deepest days, the tail sinks and you get a great surfy feeling while riding. When the conditions are not optimal the edge hold is good, you can trust the Morning Split for all adventures you want to do.
At the ascent, the nose comes up perfectly, the balance is all right and the edgehold is ok.
Snow conditions: all you can imagine
Bindings: Spark, Plum, SP
Boots: Deeluxe, Fitwell
The Amplid Morning Split is ideal, whether you’re planning expeditions deep into the backcountry or you just want to extend your powder searching range in lift accessible ski areas, so long as fresh snow is your motivation for traveling further under your own steam, the Morning Split is the board for you. Super-floaty in deep snow, the Morning Split’s voluptuous outline shape, which packs the active surface area of a traditional board shape around 12cm longer, and its smooth nose rocker allow a forward, aggressive riding style in powder which isn’t possible with more conventional designs.
Despite its huge footprint, the Morning Split manages to tip the scales at just over 3Kg. With its low weight and long elliptical nose scoop the Morning Split breaks trail with little effort. Camber beneath the back foot not only adds pop and slash power but aids skin traction on steep terrain.
Amplid Morning Split Video Presentation by Peter Bauer:
Specs Amplid Morning Split:
- Jekyll & Hyde Geometry
- Floatation Tips
- Lite Core
- Glass Impact Pads
- Biax Glass
- Sintered 7 HD Base
- PLT Topsheet
- Karakoram Clips