The Kodama packs a hell of a lot of surface area into its one-hundred-and-fifty-six centimeters, and if you translate its name from Japanese you’ll quickly find out what kind of rider it’s built for: “The Spirit Living in the Forest”. With most of the surface area shifted towards the nose, it’s made for cork-like float while a stubby tail enables quick turns while out surfing the woods.
The all black base makes core-shot surgery even easier. Transitions just got faster, too: new for ALL our Splitboards in 23-24 are holes at the tip and tail to make mounting skins easier. Self-propelled low-vis stormchasing just got even funner.
A half-fat camber for all-mountain dominance. Its toned-down dimensions deliver a precise and lively feel much like Pop Camber, but with much improved deep snow performance and a more “broken-in” feel out of the shrink-wrap. In Amplid’s directional snowboards a touch of early rise is added to Cruise Camber to improve buoyancy even further.
|overall length (mm)||1560|
|nose length (mm)||260|
|effective edge (mm)||1140|
|running length (mm)||1105|
|tail length (mm)||180|
|waist width (mm)||268|
|underfoot width front (mm)||282|
|underfoot width back (mm)||273|
|nose width (mm)||312|
|tail width (mm)||296|
|sidecut depth (mm)||18.5|
|sidecut radius (m)||9|
|stance position||30 back|
|nose radius (mm)||800|
|tail radius (mm)||800|
|ref stance (cm)||56 (52-60)|
|camber||Dir. Cruise Camber|
|approx weight (kg)||3.35|
|rider weight-range (kg)||55 - 95|
|active surface area (cm2)||4181|
Using Biaxial Glass in the construction of our shreds gives them a flawless blend of response and playfulness whilst keeping them ridiculously lightweight.
A smooth kick radius and fuller tip outline improves deep snow floatation without adding swing weight.
If we didn’t tell you, you’d think this base was sintered. Amplid’s mind-boggling extruded base material offers next level glide properties and rarely needs waxing.
We lightly round the edges at the tip and tail, outside of the effective edge. Blunting these edges reduces chipping to the topsheet during skinning.
Using threaded bolts instead of rivets allows broken tip clips to be easily replaced, on the hill, without the need for a workshop full of tools.
Uber light wood varieties are cut, treated and aligned in a way only our factory knows. Its strength to weight ratio has scientists baffled.
Tough, pre-cured composite impact plates placed beneath bindings and touring hardware significantly reduce the risk of topsheet dings and breakages.
Forged aluminium board hooks, designed in-house by Amplid’s R&D team, offer a dependable, but weightless connection between board halves and have a slick matt black aesthetic.