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Condor PreviewRVL8 Brett Connor Pro “Condor” 110cm Skiboards

Some consider a couple feet of fresh white on skiboards daunting; survivable at best. In Winter Park, Colorado, it snows a lot. Aptly referred to as the Condor, Brett Connor lends a hand in taming the steep and deep of the continental divide with a style, form and his newly introduced 110cm RVL8 Condor Pro Model that is a site to behold. Cage this kid. He’s hiking and chucking in the backcountry on SKIBOARDS! In fact, the widest skiboards ever made.  For the hounds off-piste, the ones who like it wide open, these monsters are for you. Like massive powder “wings” the Condor 110cm skiboards will have you floating on the white like never before.  The Condor is ideal for the expert skiboarder looking for maximum powder float and the most surface area of any skiboards ever made. To top it off RVL8 is privileged to showcase muralist, painter, and fine artist Josh Barndt’s uniquely designed top and base graphics.  Now is your chance to ride the newest thing to hit skiboarding since all metal bindings.

Minimum rider height for best performance with:
Non release bindings is 5’10” (177.80cm)
Release bindings is 5’5” (165.10cm)
Width profile – 16.5/13.7/16.5

 

<< Riders enjoying their Condors >>

Ben Wannamaker (RVL8 Pro Rider)

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Jose H. (SBOL Forum member shofreek)

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These high quality skiboards feature:ABS Sidewalls
Tip to Tail Dual Carbon Fiber Beams>
Stainless Steel 4cm x 4cm Binding Inserts
Laminated Poplar Wood Core
ISOSPEED Sintered 7500 Race Base
Tri-Axial Fiberglass
Dye Sublimated Topsheet
Full Perimeter Rockwell 48 Steel Edges
Rubber Foil Dampening
Full 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

1 review for RVL8 2008 Condor 110cm Skiboards

  1. 5 out of 5

    Robert Brock-Kraebel

    These things are beasts! and im not a big guy, at
    6’2, 135 lbs (yeah im mad skinny, its annoying). So
    i had my doubts about how well id be able to
    handle the condors.
    Well, as everyone knows, there was mad pow in the
    east coast tonight. About a foot or so. Perfect
    opportunity to bring out the Condors.
    I strapped them on at the lift, and took a deep
    breath as i boarded the lift, to a comment of "where
    in the world did you buy those snowblades, they’re
    massive" from the lift operator.
    I got to talking to a snowboarder on the lift, who
    was in awe of the size of the condors, and he was
    interested in seeing the rest of the boards. I gave
    him a business card and told him there were many
    pictures on the forums of most of the boards. Now
    it was windy going up, and the wind was catching
    under the boards and pushing them up, the
    condors were wanting to fly. I exited the lift, and
    traversed a little on the way to "green/blue" runs,
    which were covered in powder and basically, skier
    mad moguls, piles of powder that were pushed by
    boarders and skiers, then packed down by people
    going over them, then more powder on top. They
    were so much fun. I would hit one, pop up my tips,
    have my tails be planted, then bounce into another
    one. The flex on these made for fun shredding in
    the powder. There was also a steeper trail that
    most of the powder blew off. I wanted to see how
    they would handle steep hard pack. I was surprised,
    i kept them mostly on edge, and the hold was
    tremendous, no skidding out or chattering, just
    bouncing over the occasional powder pocket, and
    carving up the hard pack. They went above and
    beyond my expectations on hard pack. But where
    these behemoths really opened up on the powder.
    These condors have gone above anything i couldve
    ever thought they would do. I was using my height
    to really drive into carves, and really ride these
    aggressively, which they responded to amazingly. If
    i had any advise for riding therse, it would be stay
    on edge and carve, and really put your weight into
    it. Thanks Brett Connor for the inspiration and help
    with choosing the condors. Great all around board.

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Weight 7.00 lbs

RVL8 2008 Condor 110cm Skiboards

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5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)