Season: 2021/22
 
Category: Splitboards
 
Manufacturer: GoodBoards
 

The Goodboards Split is available in two versions: Once with red topsheet, this is the full-camber variant. Then there is another version in blue, the Noserocker variant. We are very happy that the boards have become very good in the meantime.

Goodboards GB Split 21-22


Review 2021/22 

Board-Profile: Camber
Camber
Rider-Level:
AdvancedExpert

Length: 155cm  160cm  165cm  

Weight: 0g  0g  3.400g  

Price (SRP) from: 769€
WP-Score:  
3.9

Included: Splitboard, Union Hooks & Clips

Riding Style / Field of use


Goodboards has in addition to its classic board, now a splitboard with nose rocker to offer. We are very happy how good the boards have become. Besides, we like the philosophy and in terms of sustainability, Goodboards is a leap ahead of the bigger brands
Freestyle, 80%
Allmountain, 80%
Powder, 70%
Speed, 80%

Test Results


 "GB Split Camber / GB Split Rocker Nose. The "judgment" is for the Rocker Nose Split. The GB Split Full Camber has a massive camber at almost 10 mm, it has a traditional shape and is very stiff - although a bit softer than the Burton boards. Compared to last year, the core has been slightly optimized to reduce the weight a bit more. Riding downhill, it's fun. As with all traditional boards, good footwork is required. The edge holds very well and even in rough conditions and at high speeds you feel safe and controlled. The GB Split is slightly less maneuverable than its brother GB Split with rocker nose. In deep snow it wants to be ridden on the back foot and floats on top. Again, the GB Split with Rocker Nose can be rode with less effort and is more maneuverable. During the climb, the GB Split was the strongest of all the boards tested. This is thanks to the strong preload and the massive camber. The GB Split with rocker nose is a little behind in the ascent, but in our opinion it is compensated by the playful feel. The two boards fit together super and would make an optimal splitboard quiver."

Riding, 75%
Agility, %73
Edgegrip, %80
Uphill, 73%
Traversing, %80
Weight, %65
Features, 88%
Finishing, %90
Sustainability, %85

Description


The Goodboards Split is available in two versions: Once with red topsheet, this is the full-camber variant. Then there is another version in blue, the Noserocker variant. We are very happy that the boards have become very good in the meantime. Besides, we like the philosophy and also in terms of sustainability Goodboards is a leap ahead of the bigger brands. As always, it's rather classically shaped, it's in the right weight range, and it's ready for any outrage. You love it classic, then look at it closely and test it yourself.

Camber Profil (Camber Version)

Flex Test