Tech

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CAMBER DESIGN

SNOWBOARDING NEEDS QUIVERS AND OUR CAMBER COLLECTION DRIVES DIFFERENT WEAPONS IN THE QUIVER

Responsive Cambers

Fusion

Design: Positive camber through most of the running length. A small amount of rocker starts just before the end of the running length. When loaded with rider energy, the contact points “roll back” giving the tip and tail a small amount of added rise.

Defining Feel: This design has the pop and response of positive camber to define its primary feel, based on the positive camber through most of the running length. The small amount of rocker in the tip and tail create a smoother feel and added rise in powder.

Stay Positive

Design: Positive camber through 100% of the running length.

Defining Feel: “Pop” defines the feel of this camber profile. For riders who love pop off lips, pop from turn to turn, pop in their pow slashes, and pop into and out of rail tricks, there is no other choice. This is the feel that they need. Driven by our team riders and long-term shreds, you’ll find this camber in all-mountain boards and park boards.

Blended Feel Cambers

FreePop Rocker

Design: Flat camber under foot that extends slightly beyond the bindings. From in front of each binding through the nose and tail we place a rocker profile.

Defining Feel: For riders who like to drive response between their feet and have a buttery feel in the nose and tail, this camber line delivers a versatile performance that is primarily playful. The flat camber provides a stable platform for turning, while the rocker adds pressability in the park and float in pow.

MtnPop Rocker 2.0

Design: Three zones of camber: a moderate amount of rocker between the feet and positive camber in the nose and tail.

Defining Feel: With positive camber in the nose and tail, this design is highly responsive for ripping carves and slashing powerfully. With rocker between the feet, this design floats better in powder and changes direction easily at slower speeds. The result is a highly versatile all-mountain feel that is both powerful and playful.

Contact

Design: Flat camber throughout the entire running length.

Defining Feel: For many riders, the Contact Camber is the best of both worlds with a lot of the pop that riders like in positive camber and a lot of the playfulness that riders like in rocker shapes. Then we add “pop” to this versatile feel by complementing the camber line with our new five-zone sidecut.

NoHang-Ups Pop 2.0

Design: Our responsive 3D shaped camber line where we combine a “diamond” of positive camber under foot that also extends to the centerline of the nose and tail. Outside of this positive camber shape, we integrate three-dimensional continuous curvilinear rocker that raises the edges and becomes full rocker at the ends of the running length.

Defining Feel: Smooth and mellow at first on groomed snow from the 3D rocker, this camber amps up with power through the middle of your turn from the positive camber “diamond”. For all-mountain powder riders who want the balanced shape of a directional twin, this camber has a very unique powder turn that is super round in shape and loaded with tail power.

NoHang-Ups Rocker 2.0

Design: Our more playful and progression-oriented 3D shaped camber line where we combine a “diamond” of flat camber under foot that also extends to the centerline of the nose and tail. Outside of this positive camber shape, we integrate three-dimensional continuous curvilinear rocker that raises the edges and becomes full rocker at the ends of the running length.

Defining Feel: The best camber for learning to snowboard, this design is defined by the way in which it supports a rider’s progression. The 3D rocker in the nose and tail keep riders from catching an edge, while the Rome-exclusive diamond under foot gives the edge control needed to learn proper carves and slashes. The result is a feeling that says more than anything that “snowboarding is fun”.

Free-the-Ride

Design: We integrate three distinct zones of camber in this shape. From the tail to just in front of the front foot, we use positive camber for the tail and mid body. In front of the front foot, we use a section of flat camber that transitions into a moderate amount of rocker in nose.

Defining Feel: This is a highly versatile camber for freeriders who appreciate groomers, powder and variable snow. The positive camber section under foot and in the tail drives the power and edge control. The flat section keeps enough downward pressure on the contact points in the nose for proper turn initiation. And the rocker in the nose delivers the float in pow. The combination is a feel that rips carves and surfs in deeper conditions.

Surfy Cambers

Powder S

Design: Positive camber from the tail, through the mid-body and halfway through the nose. In the front part of the nose we integrate rocker.

Defining Feel: Found in our split boards, this camber is designed for both float and slash. When we skin up for powder we want to glide effortlessly through it, whether it is dense or light. And we also want to explode massive face shots when we find deep pockets. The rocker in the nose gives the float we want; the positive camber in the middle and tail gives the power we need.

Powder S 3D

Design: We add our 3D profiling to this Powder-S camber. Positive camber in the mid-body and tail is combined with the 3D rocker in the nose.

Defining Feel: Positive camber in the mid-body and tail to drive power through the middle and end of your turns. 3D rocker in the nose for a round, super surfing initiation to your pow lines.