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Our Spanish friends at Splitboard Magazine took the Morning Split for a week of testing up at Tavascan High Mountain Resort in the Spanish Pyrenees. All of the boards on the test were put through their paces in a variety of snow conditions and terrain. Check-out the opinion they formed of the Morning Split.
Splitboarding.eu is one of Europe's two biggest splitboard publications. Based in the south of Bavaria they're always keen to get their hands on Amplid's latest splitboard gear. At the Shops' 1st Try event in Landeck they manager to spend a bit of time on the Morning Split and this is what they thought.
Last month chief editor Victor and the rest of the Splitboard Mag crew were in Tavascan, a small freeride resort in the Spanish Pyrenees to test some of the key splitboards to be released in the 14/15 season. You know with Splitboard Mag you're getting real opinions.
Our hearts are beating so hard we're beginning to wonder if Juergen is setting the pace a little fast. Juergen our guide for the day, who is almost certainly half human and half mountain goat, is breaking the trail on his Morning Split and still having to wait for us at regular intervals.
Not convinced by the benefits of owning a splitboard yet? French Ambush rider Nicolas Antony just emailed us with a quick edit of some lines he poached on his Morning Split a week ago in Chamonix. Prepare to be convinced!
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Splitboarding Mt. Blanc

Amplid Ambush rider Nico Antony has spent the spring camped-out in Chamonix, enjoying some of the best early summer conditions in recent history. On Saturday Nico finished his Spring freeriding mission by splitboarding his way to the top of Mt Blanc, Europe’s highest peak with an elevation of 4,810m (15,404ft) on his Morning Glory Split [...]

Splitboarding A.R.C.

A.R.C. artist Luis De Dios is currently slumming-it away from the sun lashed waves of the Canary Islands in the sub zero home of Amplid HQ. It’s been a perfect opportunity for Luis to enjoy fresh tracks up and down the mountain¬† on Amplid’s latest creation, the Morning Split, a board with artwork created by [...]