Below is an overview of the Slash line categorized how I would categorize them.
Since there aren’t any women’s board in the line and the line-up is quite small compared to a lot of brands anyway (just 8 different boards, including one split board, and a kids board), this is going to be a brief overview.
That said, it’s more than they had for the 2017-18 season, where they only had 5 on offer.
New Slash Boards for 2018-19
- Slash Aurora (not so much new as returning – it went AWOL for 2017-18 but it’s back for 2018-19 with a 2019 model. Nothing seems to have changed since the 2017 model, it just took a break, it seems!)
- Slash Brainstorm Linehiker (split version of the Brainstorm)
- Slash Splash (kids board – basically a sized down version of the Happy Place)
Beginner Slash Boards
- Slash Happy Place – See Full Review
Freestyle/Park Slash Boards
All-Mountain Slash Boards
Aggressive All-Mountain Slash Boards
Freeride Slash Boards
- Slash Narwal Straight
Powder Slash Boards
- Slash Narwal Floater
Available as Split Boards
The following are also available as split boards.
- Slash Brainstorm Linehiker
Slash Youth & Kid’s Boards
- Slash Splash (in a 110 & 120)
And That’s It
So, there’s Slash’s snowboard line up for the 2018-19 season.
Not much has changed so it’s same old moving forward, but still some nice boards on offer. The Aurora returns and there is a kids version of the Happy Place and a Split version of the Brainstorm but otherwise business as usual.
For all of Snowboarding Profiles’ Slash snowboard reviews, check out the link below.