Tag Archive for camber

Burton Kilroy Pow

The new Kilroy Pow is based on the Stun Gun shape, but has a few features changes to keep the price down. A good value option for someone who doesn’t want to spends too much, but still needs the features of higher end boards.

Slash ATV

The Slash ATV is a pretty full on, classic camber freestyle board that you can get loads out of, if you ride it hard.

Burton Free Thinker

Burton Free Thinker 2020 Review The Burton Free Thinker is a medium flexing, traditional camber twin board, which is exactly the type of ride I like. It is one of the two of Danny Davis’ boards, while the other Deep Thinker has a directional shape and directional camber. These sit in the middle of the Burton range, with decent features,…

Burton Kilroy Twin

The Burton Kilroy Twin (formerly known as the Kilroy Process) is a medium soft flexing, twin shaped camber board with a good price.

Nitro Beast

Nitro Beast 2020 Review The Nitro Beast is a very full on board, super stiff, traditional camber, that would be a top choice if you want to ride the biggest jumps, and charge everywhere. You would want to be a pretty aggressive rider to get the most out of this one.

Jones Mountain Twin

Jones Mountain Twin 2020 Review The Jones Mountain twin is a medium stiff flexing, mostly camber directional twin board that is made to ride a bit of everything. It’s a good all rounder, and would probably be my top choice if I could only choose one Jones board to ride.

Rome National

Rome National 2020 Review The Rome National is an all mountain, ride everywhere mid flexing (almost) camber board.

DC Space Echo

DC Space Echo 2018 Review The Space Echo is a pretty aggressive, old school regular camber all-mountain snowboard.

How To Choose A Snowboard

Choosing a snowboard can be an overwhelming process, there are so many choices, combined with so many ridiculous technical terms that each brand uses. Hopefully after reading this, you will be able┬áto make an educated decision and have a better idea of how a snowboard will ride by its description. Snowboards can be divided into these groups based on their…

K2 Joy Driver

K2 Joy Driver 2015/2016 The K2 Joy Driver is a pretty serious board, made to handle all sorts of terrain and conditions. It has the All Terrain Baseline profile, a Bambooyah core, and a tapered directional shape. It has a fast and hard sintered base. Features in the K2 Joy Driver: All Terrain Baseline Hybritech construction Tapered directional shape Bambooyah…

Ride Helix

Ride Helix 2020 Review One of Ride’s stiffer freestyle boards, it’s asymmetrical shape and good set of features make it a fun board for riding everywhere. I really liked it, it was a very solid board.      

Guide to snowboard camber types

It is very easy to get confused by all the brand specific names for their snowboard camber technology, where you have names going from lowrize rocker to EC2BTX. This is a visual guide to some of the big brands and shows you the different camber shapes that they are offering. Burton Camber Types Traditional Camber The traditional style of camber…

Burton Custom

The Burton Custom is one of the most famous and longest running snowboard models. It is a freestyle board, that has a traditional camber profile, a directional shape and a medium flex rating.