Amplid changed the game with the Milligram, proving that not only can splitboard weight be dramatically reduced, but that it can be reduced while simultaneously delivering charismatic board-feel, all-conditions versatility and durability.
Long days in the skin track or a quick after-work dash from the trail head, no matter the scale of an adventure, you’ll soon feel the weight advantage. The experience only gets better in ride mode: Flowing, reactive and light as a feather, it’s easy to forget you’re on a splitboard.
Beneath its raw, but sexy carbon exterior is Amplid’s top-secret BBP core, a jigsaw of ultra-light wood varieties which cuts weight and tames carbon’s nervous character. Glass Impact Pads is a highly targeted, life extending technology which protects your shred without a weight penalty.
In touring mode, you can feel confident in Amplid’s custom board clips. We removed catchy hardware from the base of the board making servicing easier.
Blister tester Andrew Forward spent more than a month in the extremes of Alaska last spring, climbing in excess of 6000ft daily and putting the Amplid Milligram through the most rigorous test.
Last winter, French snowboard rag, Snowsurf Magazine, put the majority of Amplid's 17/18 snowboard collection to the test. Straight to the point and super insightful, head tester Franky and his...
Skialper, Italy's "numero uno" ski touring and splitboarding magazine, conducted its annual Buyer's Guide test last winter and Amplid sent along a Milligram, Millisurf and Creamer Split to...
US Amplid ambassador Buell Steelman has spent a lot of time on his Milligram over the past two winters touring in California's Eastern Sierra range. Splitboard.com reached-out to Buell and asked...
A half-fat camber for all-mountain dominance. Cruise Camber’s 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 and skis a touch of early rise is added to Cruise Camber to improve buoyancy even further.
|overall length (mm)||1530||1580||1630||1650||1680|
|nose length (mm)||235||250||250||250||250|
|running length (mm)||1090||1140||1190||1210||1240|
|tail length (mm)||205||190||190||190||190|
|waist width (mm)||245||255||259||265||268|
|nose width (mm)||287||299||303||310||313|
|tail width (mm)||284||293||297||304||307|
|sidecut depth (mm)||20.3||20.5||20.5||21||21|
|sidecut radius (m)||7.25||8.25||8.6||8.9||9.1|
|stance position||10 back||15 back||15 back||15 back||15 back|
|nose radius (mm)||600||600||600||600||600|
|tail radius (mm)||400||400||400||500||500|
|ref stance (cm)||54 (50 - 58)||55 (51 - 59)||56 (52 - 60)||57 (53 - 61)||58 (54 - 62)|
|camber||Dir. Cruise Camber||Dir. Cruise Camber||Dir. Cruise Camber||Dir. Cruise Camber||Dir. Cruise Camber|
|approx weight (kg)||2.35||2.55||2.65||2.75||2.9|
|rider weight-range (kg)||52-72||59-79||67-87||75-95||82-102|
|active surface area||3930||4220||4420||4585||4720|
The lightest wood core money can buy. Weightless Paulownia and Balsa are carefully arranged with stronger Birch to save valuable grams without sacrificing strength.
On the Milligram we have added multidirectional glass pads in the binding area, to avoid dings caused by the pointy corners of metal splitboard binding bases. These pads enhance durability while only adding minimal weight.
Amplid’s Full Carbon Jacket is the most expensive fiber laminate in Amplid’s arsenal. Carbon’s tensile strength to weight ratio is unbeatable, it allows the use of thinner, almost weightless laminates to achieve the same flex profile. Its responsive and energized feel is unique.
Ultra wide, low rising tips that exist purely to create lift in powder without sucking-up speed. They add a surfy feel to skis and snowboards.
A premium sintered plastic which readily absorbs wax and will out-run your riding buddies’ bases without breaking a sweat. You better get used to waiting.
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.
Spanning a snow hole with one split ski at full stride can snap it clean in two. Extra unidirectional carbon stringers along the underside of the core increases bending stiffness, reducing “dishing” in deep snow and increasing breaking resistance.