The Angler performs almost as you'd expect. All-time hippy slashes. Nimble in the trees. Just all around giggle inducing in powder. One aspect that you may not suspect is that it really likes to get sendy and rip tight trenches on the groomers. We find ourselves hunting every little pillow, hip, roll, and drop. She does get to be a bit of a handful in hard or crusty chop though for smaller footed riders.
While this model was initially designed as a split it proved it's worth and earned its spot in the Trapper quiver. From deep days at the resort to a few days after a dump jumping between pow stashes in the tight trees. It's fun to get leaned way over on the groomers when cruising between the soft stuff. Ditch the bindings and add a pad and it serves most excellently as a powsurfer.For larger riders on the edge of the size/weight bubble special order for a stiffer flex pattern.
Light Camber: Edge hold, pop, stability
Rocker: Surfy float, quick pivoting, powsurfin'
Overall: Flex pattern for float and matches sidecut progression for cuttin' ruts on groomers
Nose: Big and flexy for powder pleasure
Tail: The what now!?
|Running Length (mm)||1090|
|Nose length (mm)||318|
|Tail length (mm)||30|
|Nose Width (mm)||318|
|Tail Width (mm)||298|
|Waist Width (mm)||270|
|Sidecut Radius (mm)||7200|
|1-2 Boards||3-4 Boards||Hat|
|Canada-wide||$30 CAD||$50 CAD||$15 CAD|
|USA (48+AK)||$35 USD||$60 USD||$13 USD|
|USA (other)||$70 USD||$120 USD|
|International||$95 USD||$ 175 USD|