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Allian Snowboards Company

BASE MATERIAL
NANO CARBON 999
NANO CARBON 999

This base material is the hardest and most durable in its kind which helps the board runs very fast and get no damage going over the metal rails and box edges. With a precise stone grinding finish applied, the board performs the best even on the Spring wet snow condition.

IS 7610
IS 7610

A very highdensity Sintered base material with stone grinding finish that makes the board runs very fast. It also has a high anti-friction performance and durability which helps to protect the board from getting damaged.

IS 7200
IS 7200

Slightly lower numbered Sintered base from the IS 7610 above with the stone grinding finish

IS 4400
IS 4400

Having high durability and speed characteristics, you can enjoy the board without much of maintenance needs.

STONE FINISH
STONE FINISH

The boards are factory tuned with correct amount of grinding/tuning. This finish provides the fast running ability during the Spring season.

FIBER TECH
>< CARBON
><CARBON

A Carbon Fiber (30mm wide) is placed >< pattern on the core bottom, producing an ideal combination of the response and torsional flex characteristics.

>< BASALT
>< BASALT

20mm width Basalt Fiber is laminated >< pattern on the top of the core, which produces a slightly softer flex and response than 30mm Carbon Fiber.

X-CARBON
X-CARBON

The Carbon Fiber (30mm width) is placed X pattern to the core top producing very quick and powerful response or pop resulting a higher ollie and jump.

X-BASALT
X-BASALT FIBER (20mm width)

Basalt is extracted from the volcano lava and the Basalt Fiber is tough and has a high response ability for making high ollie.

CARBON FLEECE
CARBON FLEECE

This woven fabric laminated on the core offers soft and relaxed torsion flex.
It is also responsible for the quick vertical flex as well as adding the strength and durability to the board.

SIDEWALL
>< CARBON
Ideal sidewall Technology

All Allian boards are constructed with the sidewall which is strong and durable against the impact and damage. It also helps to provide a comfortable board flex.

SIDECUTS and SHAPES
TWIN TIP ICON
TWIN TIP

Nose and tail section have identical shape allowing the switch riding easy.

DIRECTIONAL TWIN ICON
DIRECTIONAL TWIN

A twin tip board with the setback stance position. The bindings are mounted 1-3cm towards the tail, enhancing a better free riding while the switch is still fun.

DIRECTIONAL ICON
DIRECTIONAL

The nose is longer than the tail of the board. The nose width is often wider than the tail width allowing more nose float during power riding.

BASE TECH
TWIN CAMBER ICON
TWIN CAMBER

A small amount of reverse camber (rocker) at the board center with strong cambers under the bindings produces the best riding combination. The center rocker gives the biggest floating power during the powder runs while the strong twin camber edge cuts into the hard and even icy snow surface making the runs very sharp and precise at high speed.

CAMBER ICON
HIGH CAMBER

6mm camber is enough to produce good edge hold to cut into icy surface and enjoy curving at high speed.

MID CAMBER ICON
MID CAMBER

Having approximately 4mm camber for the best performance when jibbing and street riding with sufficient edge control at high speed riding.

LOW CAMBER ICON
LOW CAMBER

The low camber board is fun and easy to do ground tricks as hardly any edge bites. Still enough amount of camber to run fast and straight.