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Unisex On-piste and Freeride Snowboard, Bullwhip 700 Dreamscape

€ 185.00

Designed for expert snowboarders looking for a powerful and dynamic snowboard on groomed sloped with great buoyancy on powdery snow.

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SKU: S143985 / 2356667 / 8397797
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Product benefits Designed for expert snowboarders looking for a powerful and dynamic snowboard on groomed sloped with great buoyancy on powdery snow.
  1. Versatility
    40% piste, 60% off-piste, 0% park.
  2. Ease of handling
    Stiff torsional flex: no compromise, maximum traction suited to large turns.
  3. Buoyancy
    Very good buoyancy on powder (long rocker, 35 mm setback).
  4. Traction
    Very good traction at full speed (standard camber and stiff torsional flex).
  5. Anatomic design
    160 cm: 1.69 m to 1.77 m 166 cm: 1.75 m to 1.85 m
  6. Rigidity
    Rigid flex 7/10, wooden core, non wide:very sharp when passing from edge to edge
  7. Forgiveness
    Rigid and powerful torsion, low tolerance to edge errors.
  8. Glide performance
    HDPE sintered base for an excellent glide.
Product feature
  1. A word from the product manager
    The Dreamscape board is a weapon on and off piste. Don't underestimate it! It is quite physical and technical. Once you're aware of this, you can glide very fast while remaining in full control. We are very proud of our 2018 "Top of the POP" title, awarded by SnowSurf magazine. Thank you.
  2. Programme/terrain
    The Dreamscape is particularly suited to 2 types of terrain: - on-piste and large carved turns: thanks to its turn radius, its directional shape, its rigid flex and above all its stiff torsion, it offers excellent grip - off-piste: with its big front rocker and large setback (35 mm), it has everything you need to float on powder.
  3. Directional snowboard
    The shape of the board is directional, that is to say that the board has a front and a rear. It is not symmetrical; the rear of the board is slightly narrower than the front and the bindings, as well as the contact points of the snowboard, are set back slightly. A directional shape gives better edge grip when turning, better control of the trajectory and more acceleration on exiting turns.
  4. Standard camber + rocker
    All the advantages of both the standard camber (thanks to the board's elasticity, a standard camber serves as a spring to provide grip on all types of snow, edge-to-edge dynamism and recoil when coming out of turns) and the rocker (under constraint, the board's points of contact with the snow come closer together, making the board more manageable). The rocker elongates and raises the nose so that it can glide better over powder.
  5. Rigid and powerful flex
    Flex is the stiffness of the snowboard between the front and rear. The flex of the Dreamscape is 7/10, the board is rigid to be dynamic when shifting from edge to edge and picking up speed.
  6. Stiff, powerful torsional flex
    Torsion is the stiffness of the board between the feet. The Dreamscape has a stiff, powerful torsional flex of about 4/5. It offers plenty of grip and support in turns, even on very hard snow and at full speed. On the other hand, the Dreamscape is a very physical board: you need strong muscles to steer it, especially if riding for a whole day.
  7. 35 mm setback
    The setback is when the board's compression points on the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the centre of the board, but set back towards the rear. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance. 35 mm: very strong recoil for freeride directional boards. This helps with the lift, as the weight is on the back of the board. Naturally, the front rises and the powder rushes under the board. It also relieves the rear leg.
  8. Technical information
    Size 160 cm Front width 297 mm. Centre 251 mm. Rear 289 mm. Radius 10 m (160 cm). Effective edge 1,170 mm. No. of inserts: 10 + 10 (3 possible positions per binding / 20 mm between each). Recommended stance: 560 mm.
  9. Recommended bindings
    "2 possible options: _ the Illusion 700 binding is an efficient traditional snowboard binding that allows you to benefit fully from the Dreamscape's capacity to tackle slopes, carving and off-piste runs. The angle of the spoiler can be adjusted. _ the Endzone 500 binding provides the same support but the spoiler is a bit more flexible for those who need that."
  10. When should you wax your snowboard?
    Wed'ze boards are supplied already waxed. They are ready to ride. They then require regular maintenance like all snowboards and skis: ideally waxing every 5 outings and at least once a year: - either at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide - or at the end of the season so that the wax protects the base all summer long
  11. What's the right size Dreamscape for me?
    In general, for freeriding you use a fairly long board: around -10 to -15 cm (for example, a person who is 1.74 m tall should choose a board between 164 and 159 cm in length). If you choose a shorter board, it will be easier to control. A bigger board will be more stable at high speed. WARNING: due to the Rocker, the 160 cm board is equivalent to a 157 cm board and the 166 cm board is equivalent to a 163 cm board. 160 cm (60-90 kg) => from 1.69 to 1.77 m 166 cm (75-110 kg) => from 1.75 to 1.85 m
  12. Glide quality: sintered base
    The bases are made from polyethylene using 2 different technical processes: - extruded base, with a certain density of polyethylene - a sintered base, with a higher density of polyethylene (fewer holes, more PE) A sintered base is the Rolls-Royce of bases. The glide is really fantastic.
  13. What is the Wide version snowboard?
    A "Wide" board is a board that is wider than usual to prevent larger feet from touching the snow when executing a hard turn and stop you from falling. From size 10 upwards, it is best to choose a "Wide" board. “Wide” is the width of the board at the centre. Decathlon’s guidance is as follows: - up to 254 mm: normal board/shoe size 3 to 9 - from 255 mm to 264 mm: Mid Wide/shoe size 7 to 11 - from 265 mm: Wide/shoe size 9 to 13
  14. 0% Park: can I perform jumps with this board?
    Yes. 0% Park just means that the technical features of this snowboard are not designed for freestyle riding: the board is neither short nor symmetrical at front and back, making it possible to perform all freestyle movements such as rotations, jumps with a switch landing, etc. but it's not really the best board. However, on or off-piste, you can do all the straight jumps you like.
  15. Can I get my snowboard bindings set up in store?
    Yes. On this product page, you'll find a video that shows you how to set up snowboard bindings, however you can also ask your store to set up your bindings to suit your own preferences. Ensure you have your snowboard boots with you so you can check 2 things: _ the front and back of your bindings so that the boot toe and heel overhang by an equal amount on either side, _ your binding straps so they fit your boots properly.
  16. Board weight
    160 cm: 3,000 g +/- 6% 166 cm: 3,170 +/- 6%
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Board : 40.0% Epoxy, Board : 30.0% Glass - Fiber, Board : 20.0% Wood, Board : 10.0% Polyethylene High Density
  2. Storage advice
    Dry edges at the end of the day to prevent rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Summer storage: keep away from sunlight, bindings can be left on the board.
  3. Cleaning advice
    For good glide performance, wax your board regularly; every two or three trips is ideal. At the end of the season, leave a coat of unscraped wax to protect the base when not in use. This also nourishes the board throughout the summer as the wax penetrate
  4. Product information
    Standard camber and rigid torsion for great grip at full speed. Long tip with rocker and 35 mm setback for floating on powder. Non wide for more energy from edge to edge.