Our 4-season workhorse is designed to grow with your skills…then push them even further. From low-angle pow to complex lines — and sometimes all in the same day — we built the Epiphany snowboard to be fun, forgiving and ultra efficient in a wide range of conditions for a wide range of mountains.
Named Best Boutique Snowboard by Outside Magazine.
- 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
- Size down 2-3 cm
- 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||5 lb. 9 oz.
||5 lb. 15 oz.||n/a
After years of demoing Pallas and riding other boards, I finally bought my own Epiphany board. First of all owning a board made by badass women makes me so stoked. More importantly, this board shreds hard. I know people say “it’s not the board, it’s the rider”. Those people haven’t ever ridden Pallas. The board carves hard on groomers, turns on a dime and floats through powder like a friggin dream. I am 5’3” so I normally ride a 145 but I sized up to the 147, and it didn’t feel awkward or clumsy to turn. It actually rode better than my typical 145. I can ride faster and harder on this board than any other board I’ve ever strapped into. We just moved to Montana and I cannot wait to put some laps in on this Pallas this winter. Do yourself a favor, buy this board. You will have zero regrets. **My husband would like to add that I’m a much more confident rider on this board.