Seems solidly crafted

Reviewed by Taos Shredder from New Mexico on Thursday, May 9, 2013
I wasn't expecting much since this was an end of season sale. I have been boarding for about 13 years and been on severe terrain since Taos opened to boarders in 2007, finally started hiking for turns in 2009. But still don't own a splitboard. But my wife isn't nearly this comfortable. Although she owned a board when we met, it was to my mind too long and strong for her, so she never had a chance to progress. I wanted to get her something a little more manageable in size and with a slightly softer flex. Enter the end of season sale Biddy. Although we haven't yet been on the snow yet, there is no doubt in my mind that this board will assist my wife in taking it to the next level and really feeling comfortable with being on the mountain. Looks solidly crafted. I think in a couple years she will be hiking for turns as well. We salvaged her Burton Syncro bindings, which seem capable enough, but replaced her second hand and oversized Vans with some Salomon F20 boots, also on a great end of season sale.