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Gear Review

5 5

Extremely fun all mountain jib board

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

So this is my second "camrock" rossi, my first was the j-dub, the predecessor to the jibsaw.
A bit about my set up:

Union forces. 24" stance. set back 1"(rode centered but set back was better for pow and float)

32 TM two

So, the board is initially much softer than the j-dub, while still being a 7 on their scale. the great thing is it still has the same support as you flex into the board making it a great jib and shred option.

The early rise tip and tail make butters and presses a piece of cake and it also keeps the tip up while smashing through fresh or chopped up pow.

The mag is pretty mellow on this deck compared to other but is still noticeable and quite effective. With the camber between your feet, magnetraction, and early rise tips most of the grip is derived from your feet and between which results in the board riding pretty short and feels like a skate board with big floaty tip and tail.

Bottom line is this thing rips all the conditions. The short running length really focuses the grip at and between your feet and not at the tip and tail so for wide open charging it may not be the best board. However it's a great every day resort board.