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The 2023 Salomon Sleepwalker is a park and jib machine and loves side hits all over the mountain just as much as it does pressing rails in the streets and the park. The choice board of Salomon team rider and local Minnesota ripper Tommy Gesme, this softer flexing board with Rock Out Camber is the perfect true twin shape that boasts a more playful ride while still having huge ollie power and being stable under foot. The Sleepwalker is a perfect candidate for your next park-centric board and at its very attractive price point it can style all over the mountain with the best of them.
Rider Level: Beginner - Intermediate
Board Type: Park and Freestyle
Camber Type: Rock Out Camber
Traditional Camber throughout the board with a big flat spot between the bindings for added stability, response, and edge hold without feeling aggressive, plus rocker outside the feet to maximise pressability.
A soft-mid flex that offers all mountain versatility. Playful when you want it, and stable when you need it.
Shape: True Twin
True Twin boards are constructed exactly the same from tip to tail for identical performance in both switch and regular.
EQ Rad Sidecut - Straight Equalizer and curved Radial sidecut shapes blended together, giving you a fun, grippy, and agile edge.
Core: Aspen Strong
A full-length Aspen wood core with high-density birch strips for enhanced insert strength.
Popster - Pop meets performance. Popster shapes the woodcore profile with strategically placed variations of thickness, providing skate-influenced snap and pop.
BA MD Glass - Medium Density fibreglass that guarantees consistent quality and light, lively performance.
Base: Extruded EG
A durable base that requires little maintenance. The Extruded EG base has an Electra finish for turbocharged glide and Gallium for extra impact resistance.
Mounting Pattern: 2x4 Inserts
Rubber Pads - Rubber pads inserted into the sidewalls to reduce fatigue and dampen vibrations.
Freestyle Edge Bevel - Pre-tuned edges for freestyle riding, so you can hit rails straight away without worrying about catching edges.