Technology

Technology

Shape
Twin -
Perfectly symmetrical for a balanced ride that's equally versatile when ridden regular or switch, jib, spin, stomp and better with a greater balance of freestyle mobility and cat-like stability no matter which way you point it.
Directional -
The classic snowboard shape, designed to be ridden with a slightly longer nose than tail to concentrate pop in the tail while still giving you plenty of float, flow, and control to rip any terrain or condition.
Core
FSC® Certified wood –
Our woodcores are from eco-friendly wood supplier. We care about the earth. Stronger and lighter woodcores are targeted to specific areas of the cores to provide pop, strength and reduce weight.
Sidewall
ABS -
Freesport improves the sustainability of ABS sidewall to make snowboards stiffer torsionally, have better edge grip, and more durability from impact.
Base
Sintered Base -
The fastest, most durable and wax absorbent base material.
Extruded Base -
Speed, strength and graphical pop in a base that requires little maintenance.
Profiles
Camber
This is the traditional profile for snowboards. Camber is a slight upward curve in the middle of a board, with the contact points - where an unweighted board contacts the snow - close to the ends. Camber requires more precise turn initiation and offers superb precision with plenty of power on groomed terrain and harder snow. The rider's weight puts an even and concentrated pressure on the edge from tip to tail, resulting in increased edgehold and better "pop". Racers and high level park riders often prefer camber.
Flat Camber
Flat means flat – if you lay the board on a table with no weight on it, there won’t be any space between the base and the table. Completely flat technology is more common with snowboards. Flat makes easy transitions, with better edge grip than rocker and better maneuverability than camber.
Flat Camber with Convex Base
A board with Flat Camber and a convex base lays flush on a level surface and distributes pressure on snow in a neutral fashion. This creates a less aggressive catch-free ride, and can be simplify stopping and truing.
Rocker
Rocker (also called reverse-camber) is just as it sounds – camber turned upside down. All snowboards, rockered or cambered, when put on edge and weighted in a turn achieve reverse-camber. Rocker snowboards offer superior float in the soft snow and increased ease of turn initiation with less chance of "catching" an edge.
Hybrid Camber
A hybrid defined by more tip rocker than tail rocker and camber between the bindings. The rockered tip floats the board’s nose and improves maneuverability while the camber underfoot provides edge hold and response. A slightly rockered tail maintains the power and stability of a traditional board but helps keep the tail catch-free initiating turns and landing switch.
Laminates
Paulownia Core -
Extremely light, strong, and lively long fibers with excellent dampening properties.
Poplar Core -
which provides excellent bonding, impact strength and a nice even.
Fiberglass -
Multi-axis and stiched fiberglass lamination offers a precise and responsive ride in any terrain or snow conditions.
Carbon -
Carbon stringers offer unmatched dampening, stiffness and torsional rigidity.
Construction
Straight in the middle from tip to tail
V-style on tip & tail
Straight from tip to tail
V-style from mid to edge