Four Salomon 2019 Product Reviews from the STOMP Summit

Designed by snowboarders and approved by their world class team, Salomon products are built to make every slash, every side hit, and every single day on hill more fun than the last. With the Assassin deck, Hologram binding, LO-FI boot, and the new Hillside Project as submissions at our inaugural STOMP Summit in Aspen, Salomon made sure to keep the good times rolling.


Salomon’s Assassin is the epitome of a quiver killer–one deck to slice through any and all terrain. | PHOTO: Mike Yoshida MSRP: £499.95
Sizes: 153, 156, 158W, 159, 162, 163W, 165

Known as a quiver killer in the Salomon line, the Assassin has only improved its instincts this season. Featuring an updated, directional twin shape, now with slightly more rocker in the nose, the Assassin combines features from Salomon’s powder boards with those of their most popular freestyle decks. With Quadralizer sidecut, this deck also displays its optimal edge hold when conditions get firm.

If you want one board to destroy park, pow, and everything in between, the Assassin is a viable weapon of choice. Four Salomon 2019 Product Reviews from the STOMP Summit


MSRP: £299.95
Sizes: M, L
Colors: Black, Blue, White

A freestyle-inspired binding built to handle a variety of terrain, the Hologram provides a unique feel and vibe thanks to innovative ShadowFit technology. With a flexible heelcup, ShadowFit allows your boot, binding and board to flex together, resulting in a surfy yet responsive ride, suitable for the park, groomers, and pow.

Despite its loose vibe, these bindings still provide a surprising amount of support and response due to the integrated Kevlar Quickwire and Powerhook system. Four Salomon 2019 Product Reviews from the STOMP Summit


MSRP: £399.95
Colors: Black

New to Salomon’s boot line, the LO-FI was designed to meet the needs of snowboarding’s most talented and versatile riders. Featuring a medium flex pattern suitable for a variety of riding styles and scenarios, from park laps to backcountry treks, the LO-FI combines classic dependability with modern upgrades.

The exterior lacing system allows for an adjustable, dialed-in fit, while the incorporated, innovative Boa system offers natural flex with high-end comfort and support. This freestyle-flexing option carries on a legacy of comfort and performance from Salomon. Four Salomon 2019 Product Reviews from the STOMP Summit

HPS–Taka Nakai X Wolle Nyvelt

Sizes: 155, 158

Devised, designed and built from the ground up with Wolfgang Nyvelt and Takaharu Nakai, this year’s Hillside Project board is a unique, powder-focused deck begging to be added to your quiver.

Featuring a tapered, directional design that utilizes a blend of positive camber under the back foot with reverse camber in the nose, this board excels on the deepest days. But its performance doesn’t stop with powder; this board’s surfy vibe translates well when slashing through spring slush or cruising corduroy. Four Salomon 2019 Product Reviews from the STOMP Summit

About STOMP:

This past spring, TransWorld SNOWboarding hosted the inaugural STOMP Summit.

With Aspen as the venue, STOMP set out to provide an engaging platform for brands, retailers, and media to interact, offering each the opportunity to experience and understand this season’s most sought after gear firsthand, on the mountain.

Featuring products from the brands in attendance, every item has received its chance to shine on-hill, as we took over one of the world’s most iconic resorts.

See more 2019 STOMP reviews here.

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