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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 to 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…

Best Flat Park Snowboards

Well obviously, there is no best flat snowboard, but there are a few good ones that might suit your riding. If you are here you have probably heard about the benefits of a flat or zero camber board, especially for riding in the park. Overall, they sit right in the middle between full camber and full rocker boards. Advantages and Disadvantages of Camber…

Slash Spectrum

The Slash Spectrum is a completely flat freestyle snowboard. The Zero Camber profile means that it is right in the middle between an aggressive camber board, and a loose and playful rocker board. It has a 5/10 flex rating, so it is going to have enough flex that you can press and butter with it, but enough stability so that…

Nitro T1

Nitro T1 Review 2014/2015 The Nitro T1 is a popular park snowboard. It has the Zero Camber profile, which means that it is flat between the contact points. This profile shape is right in the middle between rocker and camber.

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…