Pallas Snowboards Oversoul freestyle snowboard
Pallas Snowboards Oversoul freestyle board - base

Oversoul Snowboard

Regular price $574.00 Sale price$401.80 Save $172.20
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Shaper's Notes

Lightning fast from edge to edge, our new freestyle twin is designed to unleash your creative side and level up your progression. Its narrower, mid-soft profile responds to quick terrain changes for agile takeoffs in the park or precise turns on your favorite groomer, delivering everything you need from an all-mountain multi-tool.

Design Notes

• Narrow waist for quick and easy turns and responsive board control.
• Hybrid camber offers playful yet controlled power.
• Sintered base is tough and durable.
• Powder inserts added for extra float and versatility on powder days.
• Rides true to size.
• 3-year limited warranty against workmanship and materials.
• Imported.

Oversoul Snowboard Specs

Size (cm) 152
Running length 109.9
Sidecut 770
Nose length 21
Tail length 21
Nose width 28.3
Tail width 28.3
Waist width 24.4
Stance setback 0
Weight N/A

Board Profile

Shape True twin
Terrain Park, groomers, on-trail
Snow conditions Soft, firm
Riding style Playful, nimble, freestyle
Switch Often
Camber Microwave [early rise in nose, camber under feet, flat in waist]
Flex Medium-soft
A woman holds the Pallas Oversoul snowboard with powder inserts in a parking lot.

Oversoul Size Chart

Board size 152
Weight range (lbs / kg) 110–175 / 49–79
Boot size (US women’s / EURO) 7.5–10 / 38–42
Board waist width 24.4 cm
Recommended binding size S/M, M/L

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Fun and Quick

I got this board for Christmas and I’m loving it so far! It’s light and super flexible. It’s crushed absolutely everything I’ve thrown at it from powder tree runs to rails in the terrain park, to being in the horns of a toboggan. I have only one negative…. It’s a SOFT board. I’ve only been riding it about a month and it looks like I’ve been riding it for 2 years. Listen I’m a ski patroller and I do a lot on my board and I’m riding it about 5 days out of the week in the winter, and this board just hasn’t held up well. I have an older hedonist that I’ve had for 2 years and it still looks so great minimal chips and no ribbons or anything like that. I patrolled on my hedonist for 2 years and rode the hell out of it just as much as this new Oversoul. However the Oversoul just hasn’t held up as well. I’m a little disappointed because I know Pallas puts out some really great sturdy boards. But my new Oversoul had chips out of it the first day I road it. If you’re in to the cosmetics just something to think about. I try to look at my boards as equipment to be used first and looked at second. Chips and all the boards still rides great and you’ll have to pry it from my cold dead hands to get me off of it.