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Ursa Major Snowboard

Freeride dominator
Confidence at any speed on any terrain

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3-Year Warranty & Crash Replacement

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The Ursa Major has been the corner stone of our line-up since 2011. Several small changes over the years but it's soul has remained the same. It was designed to fill a desire for a hard charging board with a playful attitude that can handle big lines and speed and still be lots of fun in the trees. The design generates lots of float and stability. Unlike most freeride boards, the Ursa retains more surface area behind your rear foot to create a stable platform for landings, high-speed turns, and popping off of soft features without punching into the snow pack. This factor also means you can manage to ride switch in powder to some degree while riding switch perfectly on firm snow.

The Ursa is a board that gives you confidence to carry more speed on any line while still being fun and playful when you choose to dial it back. It's designed to absorb and glide over choppy conditions to maintain control and reduce fatigue. On groomers it likes to draw out long wide turns at speed but can be tightened up wen you really push into the turn for fun short snappy carves.

Good fit:
  • Riders looking for a versatile powder board
  • Push their freeriding with confidence
  • Just send it.
Bad fit:
  • Looking for a jib board
  • Predominantly only ride on-piste
  • For more of an all-mountain charger see the Poacher
  • For a more surfy pow stick se the Trout Trap

Profie and Flex



Size (cm) 151 155 160 165 170
Running Length (mm) 1110 1160 1210 1260 1310
Nose length (mm) 250 250 250 250 250
Tail length (mm) 150 150 150 150 150
Nose Width (mm) 285.5 289 298 306 313
Tail Width (mm) 277 281 294 302 305
Waist Width (mm) 241.5 245 256 262 266
Sidecut Radius (mm) 7700 8400 9100 9400 9900
Setback (mm) 0 0 0 0 0

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