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Weston Eclipse Women's Splitboard

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The Weston Eclipse is a women's specific, lightweight, powder-centric splitboard. The Eclipse is intended to surf powder the old fashion way: human-powered. The board's design is based on the Freedom Wood Core - a combination of paulownia and popular to keep the board lightweight and responsive. Tip to Tail Carbon adds two stringers of carbon fiber to give even more energy to the wood's construction. Weston's Four Year Warranty ensures that this board will keep its child-like energy for many years of shredding to come. Weighing in at 5.96 lbs in the 150 cm size, Weston seemed to fit a lot of fun into a featherweight package. The board has a 7/10 flex pattern and an intended Powder/Freeride design, making it a perfect backcountry specific board. If you are a lady looking for a shorter, lighter version of the Weston Backwoods, the Eclispe should fit the bill.

Get ready to tour with thePomoca Climb 2.0 Split V2 Climbing Skin!


Shape: Directional Multi-Radial Camber-Rocker profile

Weight: 5.96 lbs (150 cm)

Core: Freedom Wood Core (paulownia and popular) with Tip to Tail carbon stringers

Specs Product Details
Lengths 145cm, 150cm, 155cm
Profile Directional Multi-Radial Camber-Rocker
Construction Poplar/bamboo Wood core, triax fiberglass and carbon fiber stringers
Flex 2020-07-10 00:00:00 -0600
Rocker Type Rocker-Camber-Slight Rocker
Ideal Rider Advanced to Expert
Terrain Freeride, Powder

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Customer Reviews

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Weston Eclipse 155

This board and accompanying set up (spark r&d arc bindings and pomoca skins) has been amazing. It rides like an absolute dream. Its been fantastic in powder, maneuvering in trees and the final ride down the forest roads. It’s easy to set up and easy to use. My only issue was the board was essentially “glued” together, i took it to the shop since I couldn’t split it and didn’t want to break it. They told me that epoxy most likely leaked out during the drying/pressing process and glued it together. But cripple creek quickly fixed it more me and I was able to ride the next day!