Our 4-season workhorse is designed to grow with your skills…then push them even further. From low-angle pow to complex lines, we built the Epiphany splitboard to be ultra efficient on the uptrack as much as the down.
Voted Editor's Choice by Backcountry Magazine 20-21 Gear Guide.
- Stable and smooth at high speeds and upon landing
- Tapered profile is quick and responsive when turning
- Flat camber between feet smooths out the edge-to-edge, especially in variable snow
- 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
- Size down 2-3 cm
Features Backcountry Basics Construction
- Textured topsheet reduces snow buildup
- Flat touring camber provides maximum traction on skintrack
- Optimized touring position improves kick turns
- Low-profile Phantom hooks and clips
- Bright base colors increase visibility
- Shape :: Directional
- Terrain :: All-mountain, freeride, powder
- Snow conditions :: Powder, variable, soft, slush, firm
- Riding style :: Adventurous, progressive, exploratory
- Switch :: Sometimes
- Camber :: Microwave [early rise in nose, micro camber under feet, flat in the middle]
- Flex :: Medium
|Weight||6 lb. 4 oz.||6 lb. 9 oz.||6 lb. 11 oz.|
If you’re thinking about getting the Epiphany... Get it! I had no trouble at all riding it for the first time in some crusty spring snow, and was honestly surprised how well it handled- It’s light, crazy easy to turn, and was sooper stable. Was a little clumsy going from 2 planks to 1 on the mountain, but I’m sure a little practice will sort that out. This board is rad. The company is rad. And 1000% you’re gonna have a rad time.
I use a hardboot setup and this board was a dream skinning up and a dream snowboarding down. Super awesome in those tight exits as well!
Demoed this board at Crystal Mountain. The climb up was smooth and easy. The board is light and easy to carry around. Rode on the way down on a variety of conditions (pretty icy) and it felt like a board I have had for years. I felt confident executing my turns even though it was my first time riding it. My only problem with it was in transition there was ice stuck between the clips and it made transitioning a bit hard.
This board is amazing! I really cant stop thinking or talking about it. She loves to charge and make big swooping turns. But don't get me wrong, she does great in the tight trees and exits too. Floats in the pow, fast on the zipper snow! I feel comfortable like on do on a solid board. Light and stable for all the hours spent going up hill too. So psyched that I want it in a solid too!
I was a female splitboard tester a few years ago for Backcountry mag so I’ve ridden a plethora of splitboards.
AND MAAAAAAN. Wow, already in love with this board. It is 2cm bigger then my last split which I was nervous about since I exist at a mere 5’. But it feels smaller at all the right times and longer at all the right times. It was stable, light, edgy and easy to climb with even on some slippery switchback turns. Then riding with it in some really light pow was SO MUCH FUN. It felt poppy and flexible but also stable and stiff and the nose felt so good, lighter and fluid. It was responsive on my turns. I didn’t feel like I had to lean back super super hard, the board just kind of naturally has a nose lift. I was at Baker and did a sunrise tour then had the opportunity to ride the resort and hike the Arm and Hemispheres. I didn’t have my solid with me so I said whatever and took this baby on the resort. Did not regret it one bit. I rode it on the resort and could hardly tell I was on a split board, held all the carves and turns and through that choppy stuff then it obviously killed in pow on the Arm and Hemi.
I just have all the good things to say. It got me so hyped on splitboarding again and to take it out more. I feel really confident with it already and trust that it will get me through mellow and hairy conditions and technical lines!
On top of incredible board construction, Steph is an iconic, quality female. This only makes it better when people ask about this board/Pallas, ‘Yeah it’s a female owned company and founded by such a rad human/woman who created this masterpiece.’
Stoked is an understatement. Blown away by the ride on this baby, dreaming of when I get to take it out again. 🤍