Technical but not necessarily radical, this ultra-stable pro model holds on the edge whatever the terrain difficulty. It has the powerful pop of a pro backcountry model.
True to last season's, the Mullair once again stands out as one of the most consistent boards of the year. It keeps its directional shape, both in flex and in geometry with a shift of the large inserts. The distribution of its flex and its profile mixing camber and flat give it monstrous support that allows it to handle anything. It's one of the best terrain contacts we came across during this round of reviews. Compact underfoot, it delivers very powerful cut handling that never gives way. One might fear it physically, but, once on the edge, it still finds the willingness to place itself and the deformation of the flex follows the terrain on its own. Thus we find a zest of progressivity that skilfully supplements its power and robustness. Its ollies are super powerful but become easy with speed, all with the safety of its directional behaviour. It is an excellent versatile board to push its limits, but it can only be recommended for experienced riders.