This is your ticket to new zones packed full of untracked lines, new features and stunning landscapes.
Amplid Creamer Split 16-17
Splitboard Test Results
Due to it's shape the riding performance of the Creamer Split is similar to the performance of the Milligram. It carves stable and pops you out of the turns. At higher speed it gives you a comfortable ride and a safe feeling even at tracked out sections.
Compared to the Milligram you feel the higher weight and you are back in the "normal" splitboard range. The Flex is well adjusted, not to hard and not to soft. The Pow-Performance is great, very agil and with good flotation, even if it has the camber between the bindings.
Ascent: Well adjusted you pull uphill and at hard traverses you go save until you need the crampones.
Conditions while testing: 20-30 cm Powder, windpressed and slopes
Bindings used: SP und Spark
Boots: Deeluxe und Fitwell
This is your ticket to new zones packed full of untracked lines, new features and stunning landscapes. From the moment the Creamer Split joins your quiver, lunchtimes in the office will never be the same; office gossip will be replaced by scouting for terrain on Google Maps and email chains with your touring buddies!
The Creamer Split has an identical shape to its sibling the Milligram. Its elliptical, floatation-centric nose and set-back camber cavity handle every snow condition you’ll find on the mountain, from blue ice to inch thick crust. When your line choices get more daring and the run-outs faster you’ll be grateful for the Basalt Suspensions Strips which reign-in the vibrations.
On the skinning track the Creamer Split holds its own; weighing just 3.2Kg (@163cm) and with a solid camber underfoot its a great climber.
Video Presentation Creamer by Peter Bauer:
Specs Creamer Split:
- Floatation Tips
- Basalt Suspension Strips
- Omni Core
- Biax Glass
- Glass Impact Pads
- Sintered 7 Base
- PLT Topsheet
- Karakoram Clips