Handcrafted, one pair at a time, with extreme attention to detail, the Summit Ecstatic 99cm 3D Skiboards SC feature a vertically laminated tip-to-tail northern birch wood core and parabolic sidecut. New this year is a hybrid ABS Sidewall/Cap (SC) construction. This construction allows for maximum performance and stability at speed, holding an edge no matter how hard you charge it. Cap construction is used in the front and rear for greater durability. Go ahead, lay it over and drag your hand on the ground and experience the thrill that these skiboards can provide. Smooth, rock solid performance and incredible stability at speed.
Designed for true all mountain riding, these handcrafted skiboards will take you into those breath taking steep chutes or flying through the glades in total control. The wide body platform delivers great floatation in the deep stuff, offering awesome performance for something this size. You can lean hard on the back tails and they are going to support you, a true comfort to know during those deep powder days. Edges hold even on ice.
Symmetrical twin tips make it easy to ride forwards and backwards or just spin down the mountain. No matter what you choose to take on, the new Summit Ecstatic 99cm 3D Skiboards SC are simply made to push the envelope of what you thought was possible on skiboards. Bases are florescent and glow off the snow!
“The Summit Ecstatic 99 is made for fast turns, varying conditions and speed. It’s a great all around skiboard for intermediate to advanced riders.” Doc Roberts, President, Summit Skiboards
Recommended for: advanced and intermediate riders and beginners who are ready to take a quantum leap in their ability level.
Excellent for: groomed, moguls, quick turns in the glades, fun in the parks and just pure play.
Sold in Pairs.
Tuning: These require a hot wax. You can have us provide our hot wax service before we ship or we suggest the Quick Mini Tune Kit to do yourself.
Warranty: 2 years
Base color will vary between Green with Orange lettering or Orange with Green lettering.
Bindings: We pre-mount the release bindings for you and include free wide brakes.
Step-in Release: The Atomic L10 bindings are our choice for adjustable, step-in release bindings this season. These come with free mounting and free wide brake. These fit ski boots size approx. 4-14 US.
Step-in Release: The Atomic Warden MNC 11 High Performance release bindings. The new Salomon Z12 step-in release bindings are high performance, automatic bindings with a DIN of 4-12. This binding is slightly oversize with extra long wings for great lateral transmission, yet rides lower on the skiboard (height 16.5 mm). If you ride your skiboards hard, in moguls, parks or wherever, these are the bindings you want. Boot size range is 260mm to 384mm (approx. 4-15 US).
Snowboard Bindings: We recommend the Technine Custom Pro DS Snowboard Bindings with Summit Riser kit for high performance with snowboard boots. These were designed by us to work perfectly with skiboards, while allowing you the comfort of using snowboard boots on your skiboards. For 5 years running now, these have a proven track record of skiboard performance with snowboard boots. The Custom Snowboard bindings feature 3 padded rachet straps to hold you in place when carving. This allows a more stable interface between boots and bindings. Includes two Quick Leashes by Five-Forty ($9.90 value) and Summit Snowboard Binding Riser Kit. Fits snowboard boot sizes 7-14 US.
Now Use your own Snowboard Bindings and Snowboard Boots. Order the Snowboard Binding Adaptor Kit and then purchase these without bindings. This is all you need to use your own snowboard bindings.
Non-release performance bindings: Any standard 4X4 insert pattern skiboard bindings will work great with the Ecstatic 99 skiboards.
Note: While there are currently no specific guidelines or laws preventing the use of non-release bindings on skiboards even up to 140cm, the longer length skiboards when used with non-release bindings do increase the risk of injury. Should you choose to use non-release bindings you do so at your own risk knowing full well that there is the chance of serious injury.
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