DC Space Echo 2018 Review The Space Echo is a pretty aggressive, old school regular camber all-mountain snowboard.
The Rome Powder Division ST is the shortest and fattest of the 3 Powder Division boards. The ST stands for “swallow tail”, and is made to be super floaty, quick and easy to turn.
The Rome Powder Division PT is one of the three Powder Division Boards, and is the longest of the 3. The PT stands for “pin tail”, and this model is made to handle fast speeds, while still being easy to turn.
The Rome Powder Division MT is on of the three Rome Powder Division boards, with this one being in the middle of the lengths. The MT stands for “Moon Tail”, for the shape that is cut out of the tail.
The Rome Winterland is a freeride shaped board, that has a camber profile that is made to handle all kinds of riding. The hybrid profile means that the rocker section helps the board (along with the longer nose) to float in deep snow, while the camber section helps give the board good pop and solid edge hole when the snow is hardpacked.
Jones Carbon Solution Split 2017 The Jones Carbon Solution Split is a high end, very stiff splitboard that has all the best technology that Jones put into their boards. The very stiff 10/10 flex rating, Ultra Iso-Core, fast sintered base all add up to make the board fast, light and expensive.
The Ride Timeless is a classic all terrain model, that has been brought back for the 2017 season. It has a mainly camber profile, with a bit of rocker for float on the nose of the board.
The Ride Warpig is a new board for 2017, that comes in two sizes – small and large. It is made to be an easy carving, park board that floats in pow. It’s one of those boards that is popping up in edits all over the place.
Burton Landlord 2017 The Burton Landlord is based on the older Malolo, which is made to get a snowboard that has a surfy feel that can still handle hard riding. The directional camber profile has camber under your back foot, with a rocker nose, to give you stability and pop, while the rocker nose helps to keep the board afloat in deep…