Season: 2021/22
 
Category: Splitboards
 
Manufacturer: Furberg Snowboards
 

The All Mtn Split from Furberg is the little brother of the Freeride Split which has already led our splitboarding selection here a few times. Shape and hybrid camber profile are very similar. Taper is a little less pronounced at 9mm compared to the Freeride Split (12mm).

Furberg All Mtn Split 21-22


Review 2021/22 

Board-Profile: Hybrid
Hybrid
Rider-Level:
BeginnerAdvanced

Length: 152cm  157cm  162cm  167cm  

Weight: 0g  2.900g  3.000g  3.150g  

Price (SRP) from: 799€
WP-Score:  
6.1

Included: Splitboard, Spark Clips, scarping tool for snow removal

Riding Style / Field of use


The All Mtn Split from Furberg is the little brother of the Freeride Split which has already led our splitboarding selection here a few times. The shape and hybrid camber profile are very similar.
Freestyle, 80%
Allmountain, 80%
Powder, 70%
Speed, 80%

Test Results


Ascent: The split skis float well in powder and the edge hold is very good, though slightly less compared to the Freeride Split due to the softer flex. Assembly requires a little more time depending on snow conditions, as the tongue and groove must first be cleaned of snow and ice using the supplied tool. Downhill: It rides a bit more maneuverable compared to its big brother and the flex is tuned a bit softer.

Descent: It excels through treeruns and on challenging terrain with tight turns. Like all Furbergs, it glides well through variable snow. You will need to keep your speed up to float easy, otherwise you will sink. Nevertheless we were able to use the 157 version with approx. 70-75 kg rider weight and only with a heavy backpack it will become borderline. The bindings should be mounted as centered as possible and while riding you should center your weight as much as possible. The tongue and groove system “floorboard” holds the board halves together without any play so it rides like a solid. In hard snow conditions and especially on jumps and drops, the extra torision stiffness proves its worth.
 
Floorboard Technology: The tongue and groove system holds the board halves together without any play, ergo it rides like a solid. In hard snow conditions and especially on jumps and drops, the extra torsional stiffness proves to be an additional strength. A comparison video can be found further down in the text. In the ascent, we did not notice any disadvantages due to the additional metal edge, i.e. the spring. The tongue & groove system makes the board a few grams heavier and you also need two minutes more time for the conversion. But thanks to the included scraping tool, the extra effort is kept within limits and so far we had no major problems during the conversion. Sometimes a small screwdriver helps in the binding area, if you can not get into this area with the tool due to the binding plates. In many snow and weather conditions, however, freeing from ice and snow is not necessary at all.
Riding, 85%
Agility, %90
Edgegrip, %80
Uphill, 70%
Traversing, %70
Weight, %70
Features, 85%
Finishing, %90
Sustainability, %80

Description


The All Mtn Split from Furberg is the little brother of the Freeride Split which has already led our splitboarding selection here a few times. Shape and hybrid camber profile are very similar. Taper is a little less pronounced at 9mm compared to the Freeride Split (12mm). Sidecut radius is about 2m less. The sintered base in combination with the stone grind glides super fast, which has a positive effect in longer flat sections. The grind with its many small grooves provides a little more speed in very wet snow and spring conditions.

New this season are clips from Spark and a revised wood core. Instead of pure poplar, a mixture of Paulownie and poplar is now used, the whole thing is additionally reinforced with ash struts. This keeps the board alive over a longer period of time and does not lose pop and preload as quickly as with pure poplar wood cores. The flex has not changed, however.

Shape & Profile

Flex Test

Video Presentation

Comparison Floorboard Tech