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KINDRED Cumberland Gap Splitboard

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The Cumberland Gap is our tried-and-tested directional splitboard. It’s an aggressive build with stability at the core. Early rise profile with camber underfoot takes pressure off your turns after a long hike. Phantom Hercules Hooks hold things together tight while the subtly serrated sidecut and longer effective edge grips in unforeseen conditions so you can focus on what lies ahead.

You can expect that your splitboard won't look exactly like the photos attached - rather it will feature your chosen graphic in some beautiful combination of woods that we have in stock at the time of your order.  If you have something specific in mind contact us about a custom build!

152 156 160 164 168
Running Length 1055 1086 1120 1147 1174
Nose Length 290 295 300 305 310
Tail Length 175 180 185 190 195
Nose Width 292 300 303 308 314
Tail Width 284 290 292 297 302
Waist Width 249 256 257 261 266
Sidecut Radius 7250 7500 7750 7900 8250
Stance Width 546 559 559 559 559
Camber Profile Early Rise Early Rise Early Rise Early Rise Early Rise
Flex Pattern Stiff Stiff Stiff Stiff Stiff


"The artwork on this board is outstanding. I absolutely love everything about it! I haven't had the snowboard for that long but I have been getting quite a lot of compliments!"

Niki K

"Thanks guys, I am absolutely in love with your work!! The board is what I was hoping for and more. That graphic is done so precisely, the topcoat is so smooth, the flex and shape I can already feel holding crazy edge and popping lips at mach 10 😍 Definitely worth the wait."

Jip V

"My Kindred powder skis are amazing. Kindred is a go-to source for anyone who appreciates fine hand-crafted equipment that performs - although my wife thinks they are too pretty to ski on and should be hung as artwork!"

Steve T