CAMBER MATTERS

A FAMILY OF GEOMETRIC SHAPING THAT BALANCES POP, PRESS AND FLOATIBILITY

Camber matters. Some riders prefer pop and some riders prefer pressability. Some prefer precision and some prefer looseness. And some prefer to have a camber quiver; to have different boards that perform differently for different days and different conditions.

Free-the-Ride

Our camber profile specifically designed for riders who want a board that floats and pops through every type of terrain. From woods, to chutes, to pillow lines, to groomers and everywhere in between, this design merges three different zones to bring you a responsive kick that still glides effortlessly in deep snow. Free-the-Ride Camber begins with positive camber in the board’s tail, transitioning into a flat camber section beneath the rider’s front foot and ending in a rockered nose for maximum float. The end product of this blend is an ultra-agile turning machine with buoyant nose for powder and an appetite for groomers and choppy conditions. The rockered nose lets you float and rip through the deeper snow while the flat camber under your front foot blends in a reassuring amount of stability and response. The positive cambered tail rounds it all out by providing the snap and slash power that all-mountain riding needs.

Free-the-Ride

FreePop Rocker

A rockered nose and tail that meets a flat mid-body to create a responsive and fun all-terrain camber profile. The flat camber is stable and solid under foot, while the rocker in the nose and tail add buttery playfulness. To give our rocker more kick, we add tech like Bamboosters or TurboRods to help create boards that add power and response to freestyle and pow terrain. Hoss turns, float when it’s deep and ride everything with a stable, responsive feel.

FreePop Rocker

MtnPop Rocker 2.0

MtnPop Rocker is redesigned for 2016. We modified the amount of rocker between your feet so that it and the contact points touch the snow when the board is under no pressure. In the nose of the board and the tail of the board, we place positive camber. The result is a combination that is equal parts big-mountain ripper and mini-shred aficionado. Positive camber lets you hammer carves, snap ollies and provides increased stability while the rocker give you float and playful buttery-fun.

MtnPop Rocker 2.0

Stay Positive

Don’t call it a comeback because we’ve always believed in it—the time-tested camber design to give you all the pop that you want. Ollies, turns, and slashes all feel better from this powerfully positive camber profile. Found in the decks of team riders who spend their time in the streets, the jump line, and the backcountry booter world, this snappy camber provides the pop they crave. Also found under the feet of many shop kids worldwide. Stay positive keeps you smiling long after the lifts stop turning.

Stay Positive

NoHang-Ups Rocker 2.0

We’ve redesigned our NoHang-Ups Rocker profile for 2016. Featuring a new flat Diamond under foot, we’ve shortened the Diamond to 30mm from the contact points and we’ve made the point of it a bit narrower. The result is a more precise ollie point and more 3D Continuous Curvilinear rocker in the nose and tail. The interaction between our flat Diamond and the rocker creates the unique playful and poppy response.

NoHang-Ups Rocker 2.0

NoHang-Ups Pop 2.0

We’ve also redesigned our NoHang-Ups Pop profile this year for a more refined combination of pop and float. The Diamond in this design is positive camber, and in the new configuration it ends 20mm from the contact point and features a narrower point. Outside the Diamond, we’ve increased out 3D Continuous Curvilinear Rocker in the nose and tail. The result is full power and pop from the positive camber Diamond, and round, surfy, floaty turns from the 3D Rocker. This is rocker with true pop.

NoHang-Ups Pop 2.0

Powder S

Powder is all that matters. But we don’t want some single-fin, retro feel; we want a mountain thruster. The rockered nose meets up with positive camber in the middle portion and tail portion of the board for our unique blend of surfy fun and explosive slashing. We wanted boards that could soar through bottom less powder but would still have enough kick to rip face-shots and snap off the lip of a cornice.

Powder S