JibPop Rocker Camber
Flat in the middle with rocker in the nose and tail. The flat mid-section ends 1-2 cm inside of the inserts, and transitions to rocker. While the flat section gives balance on rails and a little pop on edge, the extended rocker sections make for locked-in presses, smooth flat-ground tricks, and catch-free spins.
NoHang-Ups Rocker Camber
3D camber profiling in the nose and tail, with a flat NoHang-Ups Diamond that end 20 mm before the end of the running length. These boards blend the playfulness of the 3D rocker with more pop in the nose and tail and more anti-revert control when landing spins.
FreePop Rocker Camber
A longer flat section than in the JibPop, with shorter zones of rocker in the nose and tail. With the flat section extending 5 cm outside the inserts, these boards have a park-to-peak amount of pop and edge control. At the same time, the rocker in the nose and tail give float in pow, smooth style on rails, and stylish finesse off jumps.
NoHang-Ups Pop Camber
3D camber profiling in the nose and tail, with a positive camber NoHang-Ups Diamond that ends 10 mm before the end of the running length. The result is a ride that optimizes the ollie power and edge responsiveness of positive camber, and the finesse, surfy-feel and butter-ability of rocker.
MtnPop Rocker Camber
Rocker between the feet with positive camber in the nose and tail. For some riders, this is the best of both worlds—plenty of float in powder and playfulness between the feet, and plenty of power and responsiveness to pop off lips and rip turns from the positive camber in the nose and tail.
Stay Positive Camber
We design with positive camber because many snowboarders prefer the super responsive, high-pop feel that only it can deliver. From most of our team riders to shop kids in the Syndicate, a ton of riders will strap into nothing else than positive camber for the entire running length.
Powder S Camber
Rocker from the front foot to the nose and positive camber from the front foot to the tail. The result is the perfect camber for directional powder riding—a ton of float in the nose and a ton of power in tail.