New Backcountry climb pro Splitboard


Traditional camber profile and directional board. Carbon foil technology for weight reduction. Extra durable and scratch resistant polyamide top sheet. Triaxial fibreglass. Poplar, bamboo and paulownia wood core. Ultra fast and easy to repair Electra Sintered black sole. Stone finish for the sole and ceramic finish for the edges. 7 Lines of inserts for a greater range of position and stance of the rider.Flex 8Tail tab for a better fit and tension of the sealskin. Voile compatible insert pattern./ Universal system of traditional Voile Camber inserts with large contact surface, which gives us greater traction and grip in the ascent and excellent behaviour for the descent in all types of snow and terrain conditions.
Hole and screw free sole for the hooks. New ultra-light and resistant Phantom Hercules hooks for a better fit.2 years warranty.FREE SHIPPING TO EUROPE AND AMERICA.Delivery time to Spain 48 / 72hDelivery time to Europe 3/4 days. Delivery time to America 7/9 days.*Orders from outside the European Union are tax free (-103 €). For more information contact us at


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Like its sibling the Classic Backcountry Splitboard, the New Shape Backcountry splitboard has a number of improvements over its predecessor.

The new Backcountry is 10% lighter than its predecessor, thanks to the paulownia wood used in the construction of its core, which together with poplar and bamboo gives it the same flex and torsional behaviour as its predecessor but 10% lighter.

Two holes have also been added in the tip to place the skins, avoiding the use of the classic buckles, which will allow us to mount the Splitboard in descent mode without having to remove the skins, with this we will avoid that by an oversight the board falls down the mountain. So once the splitboard is assembled, we will remove the skins to start our descent.

The New Shape Backcountry splitboard (like the Nimbus Splitboard), is a splitboard with a V-shaped tip and tail. This new shape gives it a more ski-like shape when the board is split in uphill mode, with a new position of the clips a bit further away from the tip and tail. With this new shape more similar to a conventional ski, we avoid edges with sharp angles and move them further away from the inside edge.

This, together with the new position of the clips further back towards the centre of the board, makes it possible to climb without inverting the two halves of the board, preventing angled edges and clips from colliding in the jib. And what is achieved by not inverting the two halves of the board? Jibbing with straight edges to the inside is safer and more efficient, as the “sidecut depth” on the valley skate (the half of the splitboard that is closer to the valley on a diagonal) is reduced to zero, making the skate flex less underfoot and grip better on hard snow.

But why did we move the straight edge to the valley skate?

The valley skate is the hardest for us to grip because it is further away from our balance point, so we move the curved edge to the mountain skate (closer to our balance point) and move the straight edge to the valley skate to compensate for the fact that it is further away from our balance point.

In addition, we must remember that this improved grip on the valley skate makes it safer and more efficient to do the “back maria” where the support on the valley skate is total. Very important: It is recommended to jib without inverting the two halves when we already have experience in jibing and we do it with the two skates in parallel in a more instinctive way. It is not advisable not to invert them when we go along a skier’s line, as it is narrower and we could collide the two halves more easily.

Traditional and directional camber profile boards, designed to give maximum performance on the ascent and optimal behaviour on the descent in the wide range of snow types in our mountains.

Our splitboards have a large surface area in contact with the snow, which will undoubtedly give you more grip when climbing.

Presented as a very versatile board that makes us enjoy both hard days, being a reactive board, and deep snow days thanks to its rocker, shape and nose height, a high performance sintered black base that give us extra speed, which together with its setback (setback position) will help us to float in deep snow.

Its Flex 8 provides the optimal stiffness for Big Mountain riders.

Splitboard received the Editor’s Choice award for splitboard tested by the interactive splitboard magazine, In addition to this recognition, it has achieved the best WP-Score (price/weight ratio) of all selected splitboards.

2 years warranty.

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Additional information
Table Size

145, 153, 157, 161, 161W

In Mendiboard we have been making the best Splitboards on the market since 2012. We also have Splitboard bindings and all kinds of essential accessories for the practice of this sport.



Tel: +34 629 91 40 49