Gear Roundup: 12 splitboards for hunting waist deep pow

Over the past two years, splitboarding has gained momentum and has become a way for riders to easily reach untracked pow turns in the backcounty. Exploring remote locations has never been easier as Jeremy Jones has proven in his latest flick Further, the splitboard is a tool every powder hungry shredder should have in their quiver. So we present you with 12 splitboards that will get the job done every time.

Remember, always head into the backcountry with a partner and equiped with and trained in the latest safety equipment and avalanche safety techniques.

Burton Family Tree Spliff Split – $700

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Burton Women’s Anti-Social Split – $700

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Voile Artisan – $850

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K2 Panoramic Split – $900

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Never Summer Summit Split – $1,300

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Unity Dominion Split – $825

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Jones Hovercraft Split – $700

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Jones Women’s Solutions Split – $700

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Venture Zephyr Split – $895

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Lib Tech TRice Pro Split – $970

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GNU Billy Goat Split – $850

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Prior Fissile Split – $1,000

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