The Millisurf continues to be a favorite of ours because of how much performance (and just plain fun) it provides on the descent, given how light it is. It surfs powder easily, is a blast to carve, and feels great on the skin track (stated weight of ~2850 g for the 161 cm).
Similar to the Never Summer Swift, the Millisurf feels very surf-like while carving, yet rides similarly to a more traditional board with a supportive tail (in contrast to the shorter Venture Euphoria or Rossignol Sushi). The Millisurf is a great candidate for a directional 1-split quiver, though it doesn’t cut through firm, chattery snow as well as the heavier Swift, Rossignol XV, or Venture Paragon, so keep in mind the conditions in which you typically tour.
But if you want a light board to maximize your vert without sacrificing a ton of performance, strongly consider the Millisurf. If you want something a bit less directional, see Amplid’s Milligram.
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