Your board choice should match your terrain preference. If you primarily like to ride on-piste, hit
small jumps and explore mellow off-piste terrain, go for an All-Mountain/Piste board. If you love
riding un-groomed terrain, powder and big lines, go for a Freeride model. Many of our board models
excel in deep powder and we also have several models perfect for freestylers who like to jump, ride
switch and lap the terrain park.
Not all board models turn the same. Some models are designed to enhance short and tight turns. Others
excel at making big turns at high speeds. All models will make either style turn, but some are
better at one turn style than the other. Choose the turn style you make the most to narrow down your
Your riding level and riding style decide your ideal board flex. Medium flex boards (5-8) offer good
stability at speed and are easy to turn. Stiff flex boards (8-10) are really stable at high speed
and in rough snow conditions, but they require strength and technique to ride smoothly. If you are a
beginner, intermediate or freestyle focused rider, a medium flex board is your best choice. If you
are an expert rider, or are looking to increase your confidence riding in steep, rough terrain, look
at our stiffer models. Note that many expert riders like medium flex boards especially when riding
Beginner/Intermediate riders are those who are still learning how to make confident turns on variable
terrain and snow conditions. To accelerate this learning process we suggest boards that are easy to
turn and control.
Intermediate riders are those that can make controlled turns in most terrain and snow conditions.
Advanced riders are those that can confidently ride most anywhere on the mountain and have 3-5 years
experience riding in all different snow types.
Expert riders are those with 5+ years riding experience that can confidently descend the most
challenging and technical lines on the mountain, and/or ride the biggest features in the terrain
park. Elite riders are those that have been riding for 10+ winters and have multiple 100+ day shred
seasons under their belt.
Custom tip/tail rocker profile designed by surf shaper Chris Christenson. The nose rocker starts just
inside of the front inserts and the tail rocker starts just at the back inserts. When you weight the
tail of the board the nose ramps up out of the snow for insane float on the deepest days. Surf
Rocker is ideal for soft snow and pow where float is most important.
CamRock is a freestyle focused version of Directional Rocker that offers the edge power of camber and
equal amounts of rocker in both nose and tail. CamRock improves freestyle finesse by keeping your
tips playful while maintaining the power and pop of camber underfoot.
True camber profile offers the most edge power for firm snow or freestyle riding, but not as much
float in pow or crusty snow. The camber radius tapers into the beveled 3D contour base at the tips
which releases the edges where they like to hook and balances the pop and directional stability of
camber with a looser, less-catchy feel.
Directional Rocker offers the edge power of camber between the feet, and the float benefit of rocker
in the tips. 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
Big Horn Series
Snowboards and splitboards that are designed to fit riders with big feet (US size 11 or bigger). All
men’s adult models include one or more Big Horn sizes that feature a > 26.3cm waist width.