If boards could talk, Scratch would be screaming ‘Power Alert!’. With a typical freeride tapered shape, hybrid profile and really set back stance you know what you are getting with the Scratch. In addition you get a fast and durable sintered base and a subdued but striking graphic. Keep an eye on the weather, because the Draft will be calling when snow is falling.
- Type: Allmountain/Freeride
- Lengths: 157,162,166
- Profile: Camrocker
- Shape: Directional
- Lamination: Triax
- Base: Sintered
- Reinforcemenet: Carbon/Kevlar + Power Plates
- Flex: Medium-Stiff
- Finish: Matt
- Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Delivery: Pathron Splitboards are usually only delivered with holes and inserts - our Pahtron Splitboards are delivered as usual incl. Karakoram Ultra Clips.
|The compatible bindings:||Spark R&D, SP United, Karakoram, Rossignol/Plum, Voile-USA Light Rail, Voile-USA Speed Rail, Burton/Spark Hitchhiker, Union|
|Shape + Flex:||All Mountain, Mountain Twin, well-balanced|
|Length:||162, 167, 157, 159w, 164w|
|Processing + construction:||Industrially, Wood / fiber glass|
|Lengths + wide division:||150cm - 160cm, 161cm - 168cm, ~ 260mm = normal , > 260mm = wide|
|Construction method / weight:||light weight|
Geniales Einsteiger Splitboard
Dank Simon's Beratung habe ich mich für den Einstieg ins Splitboarding für das Pathron Scratch entschieden. Ich habe es 14 Tage lang genossen in diesem Winter. Bergauf hat es mich überall hingetragen und abwärts macht es im tiefen Schnee viel Freude. Es dreht gut und macht auch auf der Piste eine gute Figur. Erst wenn es auf präparierten Pisten etwas harsch wird fängt das Pathron leicht an zu vibrieren. Aber bei dem Preis kann man da locker drüber hinwegsehen. Alles in allem ein super Splitboard für den Einstieg!
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Pathron Splitboards since 17/18 with Splitboards Europe
The contact to Pathron Splitboards resulted from the participation of the snowboard manufacturer in our Climb the Mountain. Of course, we were more than sceptical about what was behind it. To save budget, the guys from Pathron only let their splitboards participate in the CTM and we took over the rental for the testival. At our Splitboard Testival CTM every Splitboard brand is allowed to participate and present itself, which would like. This open/ liberal attitude is very important to us. That's why you'll find products at CTM that we don't sell.
We had asked the Pathron Test Splitboards in advance to get a picture of these really cheap products. Unfortunately, this first delivery did not meet our expectations at all. If, for example, the clips were incorrectly mounted, hooks were not on them (not even included) and thus the splitboard itself was unusable. But: the workmanship itself was promising and made a very good impression. So you could guess that if the guys get the necessary input, they have what it takes to make it happen.
In the further dialogue they got to know each other and I was very positively impressed by the open and honest nature of the Pahtron boys from Poland. It soon became clear that this company was able to produce well and technically cleanly, but in any case the necessary know-how in the segment split board is missing at the prices. Which is a considerable part of the costs. Other brands have their pro riders and large R&D teams who do nothing else but test and "try".
Our participants of winter 16/17 of the numerous test camps can confirm it: We tested many prototypes of the Pathron Splitboards, gave new input to Poland and raised the existing one to a level that meets our requirements.
The Scratch is an All Mountain Twin Shape that does its job. On piste great direct and off piste offers enough lift.
© splitboards europe | riders: DAV Camp | location: Rüttihorn