Aurora Splitboard

Introducing the Aurora Swallowtail, a snowboard inspired by the mysterious Aurora Spy Plane. Stealthy and powerful, this board will get you in and out of powder stashes before anyone knows you were there.


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Regular Price $1,500.00
Built to order. Flat rate shipping of $60 on all boards.
  • Long nose and wide Swallowtail for the ultimate powder performance
  • Centered reference for surprisingly balanced feel on hardpack
  • 62/38 Powder Balance

“Los Angeles Center, Aspen 20, can you give us a ground speed check?”

After putting in countless days riding his Original Winterstick Swallowtail, Rob Kingwill felt inspired to shape a modern version with a little more horsepower. He took out some of the taper, widened the swallowtail, and added some angular inspiration from the elusive Aurora Project plane design. Looking for stability on steeper runs in Jackson Hole and Alaska, the sidecut radius blends from tight to long in tail, for a catch-free riding experience. Not just for powder, this board handles just about every snow condition with ease, and may become your daily driver. Although it is inspired by stealth, the jet black and red top sheet is going to set off every radar as you walk through the parking lot and tram line!

Camber Profile

Long low rise nose in front of the traditional camber for the ultimate powder experience.

The Specs

Size (CM) Waist (MM) Sidecut (M) Effective Edge (MM) Taper (MM) Ref Stance (MM) Nose Width (MM) Setback (MM)
158 256 6.5 1130 25 530 310 0
158 W 264 6.5 1130 25 530 320 0
168 260 8.0 1220 25 560 314 0
168W 270 8.0 1220 25 560 324 0

How the Aurora Splitboard stacks up

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Behind the Boards

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A fresh look at a classic design

Dreams of deep, steep days in Jackson Hole and AK led Rob Kingwill to design the Aurora.


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