Riding Nicolas Müller's first pro model—yep, this is the first one—gives you the best chance you'll ever have of riding with as much power and grace as the man whose name is on the topsheet. One tester, who also happens to own of the most prominent snowboard shops in the country said it: "This thing makes me feel like the best Euro freerider on the planet." Indeed, the Müllair is confidence-inspring. It performs as one of the most nimble and rhythmic snowboards on the market. This is partially due to an unorthodox length to width ratio—a board that sports a 25-centimeter waist in a 159 is rare in 2017. This, in combination with its tapered outline, setback insert patterns, and positively cambered C3 profile, provide a level of control that offer a unique level of certainty and fluidity on the ground and in the air. As another tester explained it: "Any speed, any jump, this board does it, then wonders why you didn’t go bigger." After a firm morning top-to-bottom hot lap, one rider remarked," I like how the board handles both quick turns and big arcs. The medium, playful flex is buttery, but the edgehold makes you feel comfortable when you want to open it up, even on the iciest crust."
Length (cm) –Waist Width (cm)
152 — 24.6
155 — 24.8
159 — 25 161 — 25.2
Camber: Hybrid—minimal rocker with a camber dominant nose and tail
Shape: Tapered directional
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)