Amplid Morning 16-17



Whether you’re planning expeditions deep into the backcountry or you just want to extend your powder searching range in lift accessible ski areas, so long as freshsnow is your motivation for traveling further under your own steam, the Morning Split is the board for you. Super-floaty in deep snow, the Morning Split’s voluptuous outline shape, which packs the active surface area of a traditional board shape around 12cm longer, and its smooth nose rocker allow a forward, aggressive riding style in powder which isn’t possible with more conventional designs.

Despite its huge footprint, the Morning Split manages to tip the scales at just over 3Kg. With its low weight and long elliptical nose scoop the Morning Split breaks trail with little effort. Camber beneath the back foot not only adds pop and slash power but aids skin traction on steep terrain.

850 | Amplid The Morning Split

Size tested: 163cm
Weigth: 3,250kg

The Morning Glory features the same as last year’s model. The Amplid Morning Glory is above all a very well balanced board. It behaves really well in all sorts of terrain and despite its classic powder board shape, it’s a very reactive and maneuverable board. The long inverted camber in the nose provides great floatability on deep snow and traditional camber on the tail, that provides precision and control when we need it. A solid board, it’s equally stable and agile but it’s on open terrain, deep snow, high speed and wide turns where we feel more comfortable. A good option for riders who charge on all kind of deep snow.

  • POP60%

  • TORSION60%

  • FLEX70%

  • OFF PISTE80%

camber flat rocker
SIZE TIP (mm) WAIST (mm) TAIL (mm)
163 307 260 297