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Why these Boards?

Our Recommendation for a LB : cm Board
Board Length

Board length is all about trade offs. For more maneuverability or riding the terrain park, try a shorter size snowboard. For increased speed and stability, pick a longer snowboard. Generally you can size up or down 1 size from your results, based on your personal preference.

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Board Width

Board width is measured at the middle of the board and should be determined by your foot size. Generally you want to ride the narrowest board possible, without your toes or heels hanging over the edge of the board. The narrower the board the quicker your edge to edge response will be. A snowboard that's too wide for you will be harder to turn.

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Total Shaping

Directional

Shaped for maximum versatility and command, whether lapping groomers, carving big mountain turns or blazing through tree runs. The stance of these boards is setback vs being in the middle of the snowboard like a twin, Usually 3/4".

Twin

Meeting the demands of the park fanatic, these durable twin boards are solid under foot and built for going big and locking in landings.

Directional Rocker

A Directional Shape built with true rocker through the tip and tail.

Rocker
Directional Hybrid Camber

A Directional shape with a hybrid profile that is more Camber than Rocker.

Rocker
Twin Rocker

The twin shape has minimal rocker featuring a long, stable flat zone that extends well beyond the inserts into the tip and tail.

Rocker
Twin Hybrid Rocker

A true twin shape hybrid profile that is more rocker than camber.

Rocker
Twin Hybrid Camber

A true twin shape hybrid profile that is more camber than rocker.

Rocker
Twin Camber

A twin shape with a traditional camber profile through the contact points.

Rocker