• Stable and smooth at high speeds and upon landing.
• Tapered profile is quick and responsive when turning.
• Blunt nose floats in a variety of snow conditions and terrain.
• Reference stance: center for variable snow; back 1-2” on deep days.
• 3-year limited warranty against workmanship and materials.
• Volume shift sizing: size down 2-3 cm from normal length.
|Weight||5 lb 5 oz||5 lb 9 oz
||5 lb 15 oz||6 lb 8 oz
|Terrain||All-mountain, freeride, powder|
|Snow conditions||Powder, variable, soft, slush, firm|
|Riding style||Adventurous, progressive, exploratory|
|Camber||Microwave [early rise in nose, micro camber under feet, flat in the middle]|
Epiphany Snowboard Size Chart
|Weight range (lbs / kg)||90–125 / 40–57||115–145 / 52–66||135–175 / 61–79||150–190 / 68–86|
|Boot size (Women’s US / Euro )||5–7 / 35.5–38||6–8 / 37–39.5||7–9 / 38–41||8–11 / 39.5–43|
|Board waist width||23.8 cm||24.4 cm||24.7 cm||25.1 cm|
|Recommended binding size||XS/S||S/M||S/M||S/M, M/L|
I tend to get very comfortable with my snowboard gear and find it difficult to change, but after switching to the Zeitgeist splitboard from Pallas I realized just how much my old boards were holding me back. So, I bit the bullet and ordered the 155 Epiphany snowboard. Initially I was really concerned it was going to be too big, because next to my old 155 the Epiphany is definitely longer and wider, and the very different shape was intimidating. It did take me a few runs to get comfortable with the larger size and different shape, but now I am absolutely in LOVE and my riding has jumped to the next level. Surprisingly for the larger size, this board is so fast and agile, holds firm on ice and crud, whips through moguls, and floats like a dream in powder.
For an intermediate to advanced rider ready to level-up, this board is well worth the money. And I get so many complements every time I take her out... she is a beautiful board!!!
Everything about my experience with Pallas was awesome. The mail order demo program provides an amazing opportunity to try their boards out on your home turf. The company's mission to elevate women's snowboarding is inspiring, and I'm excited to support women who are uplifting other women! And the board is UNREAL (not to mention beautiful). I'm not the quiver type, so I was looking for a daily driver that's aggressive on steeps, holds an edge on hard pack, plows through chunder, and floats in pow. The Epiphany delivered in every category. I felt like a freight train on icy groomers - it's the most stable board I've ever ridden! - and really enjoyed the playfulness and poppiness it offers without sacrificing float on deep days. I've been riding a board that's way too long for 20 years and, at their rep's suggestion, decided to downsize with the Epiphany, which was a great decision - turns were less work and more fun. Can't say enough great things about these folks, their boards, or what they're doing for the sport!
This is the best board I ever owned.
I rode Whistler and the lovely icy Quebec mountains with it and it performed so well.
It is also making my life easier, that way I can travel with only one board.
Hands-down best board I have ridden. The Epiphany has all the features I like in a board: early-rise, flat between the feet, camber underfoot, slight setback. It performs well in pow, chunder, on groomers, and really powers through everything while still feeling fun. I have had a bunch of different boards over the years and this is the closest I have ever come to having a true quiver-killer. One board that can do everything. I have ridden it at Brighton, Snowbird, Park City, Jackson, Baker, Copper, and Powder Mountain and it is well-suited to all of them. Playful enough to mess around on lower angle terrain but stable enough to handle the steep and technical stuff.
Sorry, other snowboards, the Epiphany truly is a quiver killer. I'm a long time Pallas fan and own a Zeitgeist and a Hedonist, but have been looking for something more aggressive to add to the mix for the chunkiest/heaviest days of PNW snow sliding. The Epiphany fit the bill and effortlessly sliced through the chunk and chunder of Mt. Baker. Not only did it tackle heavy cement sludge in the sidecountry, it also performed well inbounds. It was SO stable on fast groomers and begged for high speeds. No wiggles, only giggles. Bottom line- this board is versatile, aggressive, and utterly confidence inspiring!