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Never Summer Funslinger

This soft-flexing freestyle board is surprisingly responsive and poppy, meaning it shreds rails, jumps, and pipe with equal ease. Its Asym sidecut and Vario Power Grip provide the edge hold needed to leave the park behind and slay the steepest slopes.

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“Very fun freestyle all-mountain board, potential quiver of one. Poppy but handles speed well.”

Chase Skidmore, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Capita Volcom Stone x Outsiders

Created for pro rider Dan Brisse and available to the public for the first time, the Volcom Stone x Outsiders Snowboard sets its sights on jump lines, all-mountain shedification, and won’t shy from pow laps. Positive camber throughout, and small sections of flat camber at the contact points makes for a playful but dependable-feeling board that’s ready to ride the entire mountain.

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“Playful in nose and tail Mellow camber makes it easy to hold an edge Great for someone who likes rocker for buttering and float but likes traction in turns and jumps.”

Chris Mackay, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Rome Gang Plank

This board was built for riders who are always doing tricks, whether they're in the park or not. The Gang Plank’s FreePop Rocker features a mostly flat profile with rocker in the tip and tail so you can float in pow and ride away from sketchy park landings without sacrificing the pop and stability needed to step up to street rails and stomp big airs.

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Overall Rating

“Fun to ride in or out of the park. Perfect for the rider who’s always on the lookout for features to trick off of, whether they’re inside the park lane, cruising groomers, or exploring the trees. Soft enough for jibbing, but also offers the stability and snap you want for hitting jumps and bombing runs.”

Alex Bass, Copywriter

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Dinosaurs Will Die Maet

This freestyle stick features a poplar core reinforced by birch strips, creating a soft flex to suit a raw, rail-heavy style of snowboarding. The Maet’s Lowrider mellow camber profile creates forgiving feel that still retains pop, stability, and edge hold you need for urban sessions and days in the park.

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"The most fun you can have on a snowboard. The minimal camber creates a playful, buttery, and poppy board that can still hold an edge."

Alex Bass, Copywriter

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Ride Burnout

Designed for the stylings of Jake Welch, the Burnout knows a thing or twenty about versatility. Hybrid Twin camber places confidence inspiring camber underfoot, with rocker at the contact points that will have you boosting to your heart’s content.

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Overall Rating

"The Burnout is a mid flexing aggressive hybrid camber board that is great for park riding. The hybrid camber allows for the Burnout to be a very versatile board."

Chase Skidmore, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Nitro Chuck

As the name implies, the Chuck was designed by park riders for park riders. Lowrider camber provides all the confidence of positive camber without the concern of getting hung up on features, and creates a forgiving feel for gumbied landings. The Whiplash core profile makes for impressive presses, while the RailKiller Edges withstand seasons’ worth of abuse.

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Overall Rating

"The Chuck is a versatile board that can be ridden anywhere on the mountain but specializes in the park. It has a very minimal camber which allows for a playful yet snappy ride."

Colin “the mayor” Edwards, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Arbor Draft

Blunted tips and a soft flex tell you everything you need to know about the Arbor Draft. Designed for park and freestyle riding, this true twin boasts an abuse-shirking Single Malt Core, never-rail-shy extruded base, and an Ash Power Ply top to keep things popping.

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Overall Rating

"Fun playful park board. Tail and nose shape are unique compared to other boards but threw me a bit off when buttering and ollieing. Super fun skate-like feel."

Chase Skidmore, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton Custom

Originally launched in '96, the Burton Custom Snowboard set the bar in all-terrain freestyle domination over the last 20 years, making it one of the most sought-after boards not only in Burton's line, but in all of snowboarding. Continuing its legendary design ethos, the Custom features all of Burton's best technologies wrapped into a traditional cambered, directional twin board.

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Overall Rating

"In its 20th year the Burton Custom still leads the charge for how cambered board should be built. Its got pop, its snappy, its the board that you would want to ride all over the entire mountain. "

Colin “the mayor” Edwards, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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GNU Zoid

With its unique, asymmetrical-trapezoidal-geometric footprint and swallow tail, the directional Zoid Snowboard makes you feel weird in a good way. The Zoid wants to ride everything on its EC2X camber, which features rocker between the feet and a mellow elliptical camber to the contact points. Magne-Traction keeps you grounded on the hardest snow conditions.

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Overall Rating

"Best heelside turns in the game, thanks to its longer effective edge. The Zoid has a ton of play built into it and just the right amount of stiffness at a medium flex. Get Weird on the Zoid. "

Dan Gates, Expert Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Capita Black Snowboard of Death

The Black Snowboard of Death (BSOD) rises up over deep, untracked powder with its large rockered nose and tapered shape. The board's Mountain FK profile features camber extending five centimeters past the binding inserts, allowing for powerful edge hold and high levels of control when you're blasting down the mountain at high speeds and hitting natural features.

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Overall Rating

"The BSOD has a hybrid camber that is setup with a larger nose giving it a more freeride feel. It is an aggressive all mountain ride that carves well due to it tapered shape and still floats extremely well in powder. "

Colin “the mayor” Edwards, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Salomon Man’s Board

The directional twin Man’s Board manhandles the mountain with the help of Salomon’s Cross profile—rocker in the tips and tail with camber between the feet creates a versatile platform for all-mountain slaying. A full wood core reinforced with carbon and bamboo stringers creates a stomp-inspiring feel without the weight.

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Overall Rating

"Great all-mountain board for any condition. Extremely light and good medium to stiff flex, but doesn't have any shake. Carves like a dream!"

Louis Patten, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Never Summer Ripsaw

Loaded with twice the camber as Never Summer's Rocker Camber boards, the Ripsaw tears apart early-morning groomers, freshly cut pipes, and tight tree runs with surgical precision. There's still rocker underfoot for a bit of added playfulness, but make no mistake, the board's Ripsaw profile and medium-stiff flex aren't for the faint of heart.

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Overall Rating

"The Never Summer Ripsaw is an all-mountain slayer. Rocker Camber profile and true twin shape help this board be ready for everything. The board is very stiff and begs to go fast. The board has no problem holding an edge in a variety of conditions. The snow when I demoed this board wasn’t exactly soft, but the board was fun and playful, which would only be amplified as the snow got deeper and softer. If you are an aggressive rider that wants to push your limits and ride everything the mountain and park can throw, than this board is for you."

Chase Skidmore, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Jones Snowboards Mountain Twin

The Mountain Twin features camber underfoot for edge hold and stability on hardpack and rocker at the tip and tail for increased float in powder. The twin shape signs up for switch tricks, and mellow Magne-Traction improves edge hold by adding multiple contact points along the running length of the board, creating confidence on post-storm hardpack and icy patches.

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Overall Rating

"Although a twin, rides more like a freeride board. Good for someone that doesn't jib at all, but likes to send it in pow and on side hits."

Nolan Paini, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton Tough Cat

The Tough Cat features a stiff flex and long sidecut, making it a board for expert riders who charge. Note that it's best suited for big-footed freeriders, thanks to its mid-wide waist for boots sized 10 and up. The Cat’s Balanced Freeride Geometry consists of a slightly tapered directional shape and directional camber with early-rise nose.

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"This board wants to go fast and be ridden hard. It's very stiff, with amazing edge hold and stability at speed. "

Chase Skidmore, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton Skipjack

Short, fat, and fish-tailed, the Skipjack is a snow surfing specialist built for ultimate fun on deep days. Plus, this board is straight out of Japan and exclusive to Backcountry.com!!

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Overall Rating

"This board is built for pow turns but I was surprised with how fun it was playing around on hard pack. The super wide front end and camber between the feet also make this stable at high speeds. Guaranteed to make your inner surf style come out. This is a great exclusive Burton board only carried at Backcountry.com this Winter. "

Chris Mackay, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Capita Charlie Slasher

The cult favorite C. Slasher is back with upgrades for another incredible season. The tapered tail sinks deep, the nose rides high, and perfect pow days ensue. Should you feel inspired to saw the board in half for backcountry missions, the split-ready ABS sidewall down the centerline allows you to do just that.

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Overall Rating

"A great pow board, and a little stiffer than expected. The nose floats well in pow and turns with ease. "

Nolan Paini, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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K2 Cool Bean

The Cool Bean is designed to do one thing: put a giant smile on your face. Super short and fat, the Bean delivers unlimited laydown room while carving groomers and infinite float in the deepest snow. Add in the All-Terrain Baseline profile shape and you’ve got a board that wants to be ridden with speed and aggression.

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"It's a ripper! Just lean into it and lay down some fat carves. An ideal board to rip the mountain on a deep pow day and just have fun. "

Eric Olofson, Imager

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Capita Spring Break Slush Slasher

For slashing big turns and making big fun, step aboard the Slush Slasher. Flat underfoot with a surf rocker in the nose and tail, expect a loose, playful feel in everything from bottomless pow to spring corn. Even better, a metal reinforcement in the tail lets you slap a rail when the mood strikes.

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Overall Rating

"Truly lives up to the Spring Break moniker. Absolute blast to ride in spring, whether it’s sunny and slushy or a late season storm just dropped off a foot of fresh. It’s highly maneuverable, floats better than you would think given its length, and offers a surfy, yet stable feel. Spraying slush, slashing powder, boosting side hits, or laying out carves—it all feels like a party when you’re on the Slush Slasher."

Alex Bass, Copywriter

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Nitro Quiver Cannon Snowboard

Following the logic that big wave surfers reach for longer boards in the biggest waves, the Quiver Cannon delivers the necessary length and a deep swallow tail to keep you large and in charge on the deepest powder days. Just point it and hang on.

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"This board's not just for powder―it was surprisingly stable in rough snow conditions. Bonus points for putting a smile on my face as soon as I strapped in."

Pete O’Brien, Videographer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Jones Ultracraft Splitboard

Produced as two individual skis that are later transformed into a solid board, the Ultracraft has been proven on the most serious backcountry terrain ever ridden. A carbon topsheet and the secret Jones ‘Ultra Construction’ put this ride at the top of its class.

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Overall Rating

"The Ultracraft Split is a lightweight splitboard that impresses the rider on the ascent as much as the descent. It is a stable board for varied snow conditions and adapts easily to different conditions that you may encounter in the backcountry. "

Colin “the mayor” Edwards, Buyer

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Voile Revelator Splitboard

Neil Provo’s go-to ride, the Revelator takes advantage of Voile innovations like canted pucks, easily adjusted stance width and toe angles, and the patented hook and clip system. Not to mention, the early rise nose and tapered tail make it a dream in powder.

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Overall Rating

"The Voile Revelator with the canted channel pucks is a cinch to get your stance and bindings right where you want them. The board has early rise camber and shape that helps it float easily over the deepest pow. Touring is easy with the board’s low weight and full edges. If the snow conditions are less favorable the board is little more squirrely, as the shape is definitely geared towards the soft stuff. Edge hold on icy hardpack is less solid than some other more traditionally shaped splitboards I’ve been on. "

Chase Skidmore, Planner

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Women’s Burton Socialite

For a fun, extra flexy feel and plenty of pop, turn to the Burton Socialite. The Filet-O-Flex design allows this soft board to rip surprisingly hard when it’s time to slash turns and the Off-Axis construction is designed to fit your body’s stance like a glove.

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"A super playful soft park board. Not really stable at high speeds but a lot of fun when going a bit slower."

Laurel Nelson, Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Women’s Bataleon FeelBetter

Designed to maximize the fun in snowboarding, the FeelBetter is soft edge to edge with consistent flex throughout. Plus, the edge uplift reduces edge catching and gives you more float on the soft days.

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"Super fun! Seems really forgiving, so it’s a great board if you want to play around and try new things, in or out of the park."

Lara L., Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Women’s Never Summer Onyx

Built for the serious park rider, the Onyx is a true twin, blunted, low profile, stomping, spinning, landing machine. The Press Flex Core delivers a buttery feel one lap after another.

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Overall Rating

"Good for all-mountain, does a bit of everything. Stable and quite damp. "

Laurel Nelson, Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Women's Salomon Gypsy

If you prefer the park but don’t shy away from some pow laps when the getting is good, the Gypsy is your ride. The true twin shape, medium-soft flex, and ample pop will have you dancing like a gypsy.

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"Really lightweight, soft, and playful, this board really wanted to play. It’s definitely an amazing park board, but I had fun with it all over the mountain."

Marga Franklin, Merchandiser

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Women's Rome Wildcat

With an elongated effective edge that allows you to downsize a few centimeters, the Wildcat gives you a skate-like feel on the snow. Jib, spin, and press on everything in sight, it’s what the Wildcat was built for.

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Overall Rating

"The Rome Wildcat is a freestyle board with No Hang Ups which allows it to be more versatile for a larger audience of riders. I would recommend to downsize due to the hybrid camber. It rides very skatey and is a solid overall freestyle board."

Marga Franklin, Merchandiser

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Women’s Smokin Vixin Snowboard

Built by hand in Tahoe, the Vixin delivers for queen bees in the park. The CLASH Rocker makes it easy to lock onto presses and the Magne-traction edges lend bite on icy days. No surprise this board has taken home a Good Wood award three years running.

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"As expected the rocker made the Vixin really skatey and good for deeper snow, but what really sold me was the Magne-Traction, so it didn’t wash out on hard pack like a lot of park boards can. For such a light board, it was also surprisingly solid in mixed snow."

Jess Holtzer, Marketing

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton Lip Stick

A do-anything ripper capable of taking on any terrain. This twin's flat profile with rockered tip and tail make it fun and playful in soft snow and in the park, while the Frostbite edges add grip when you need it on hardpack.

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"Perfect all mountain board for an advanced or intermediate rider, great for progression. Super fun but stable at speed. "

Laurel Nelson, Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Capita Birds of a Feather

Fly down the mountain hitting jumps, groomers, and everything in between. Camber between the inserts and carbon beams deliver pop and power, balanced by the rockered tip and tail that offer easy turn initiation and float in the deep stuff.

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"The Bird Of Feather is soft and easy to press but is still capable of handling itself in varied terrain including medium sized jumps. Perfect for the woman who is starting to develop her skills in the park. The graphic is always on point and I love birds, put a bird on it."

Marga Franklin, Merchandiser

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Arbor Cadence

System Rocker gives you the maneuverability you need to butter your way across the mountain and visit your favorite terrain hits again and again. But not to worry, you're not sacrificing edge hold for this surfy feel, thanks to the GripTech sidecut.

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Never Summer Raven

Made for hard-charging ladies, the Raven offers smooth, stable performance thanks to a stiffer flex and plenty of damping. Its tapered directional shape and long nose give you plenty of float, while the hybrid camber-rocker-camber profile delivers freeride versatility.

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"If you like riding hard and going everywhere, this is the board for you. It handled heavy snow and mixed snow with no problem, and was super fun to carve. Very confidence-inspiring solid feel, but wasn’t too stiff."

Catherine Greenwald, Copywriter

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Yes Hel Yes

The Hel Yes is ready for anything from big mountain steeps to powder-filled glades. This directional twin has a long rockered nose that will plane over deep snow, and camber from the front insert to tail plus Overbite edges to give you the confidence to take on gnarly lines with a smile.

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"Great playful all mountain board with a good deal of pop. Added contact points on edge at binding add a little grip on hardpack."

Laurel Nelson, Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton Day Trader

A do-anything ripper capable of taking on any terrain. This twin's flat profile with rockered tip and tail make it fun and playful in soft snow and in the park, while the Frostbite edges add grip when you need it on hardpack.

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Overall Rating

"I heart the Day Trader. It is a playful yet stable all mountain board for the woman who wants to be able to go everywhere on the mountain. It is really carve-y and floats incredibly well in powder. Pretty much obsessed. "

Jess Holtzer, Marketing

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton High Spirits

Flow through untouched terrain on this surfy, tapered pow stick. Its blend of rocker and camber up front keeps you above the deep stuff, while camber under your back foot helps you drive through more variable snow.

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"The High Spirits is a great surfy pow stick for ladies. Its hybrid rocker and directional taper allow it to keep the fun in snowboarding with your lady friends."

Jess Holtzer, Marketing

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Jones Flagship

This high-performance, directional freeride board is designed for aggressive riders who need a board that won't hold them back in challenging technical terrain. Directional Rocker profile surfs over pow and busts through chop with ease, and Mellow Magne-Traction edges deliver tenacious grip on ice and hardpack.

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"Amazing charging board―holds an edge extremely well and is a powerful carver. "

Laurel Nelson, Gearhead

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Gnu Beauty Splitboard

The Beauty's camber-dominant profile has a hint of rocker between the bindings to balance its power and control with a fun, floaty feel. Explore the backcountry far from resort crowds on this hyper-directional, tapered board without sacrificing the hard-charging freeride performance you demand.

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"Only rode the Beauty down, but she lived up to her name there! Fun for big turns in the bowls and groomers, too. The Karakoram clips had a really nice solid feel, not much chatter at all."

Catherine Greenwald, Copywriter

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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Burton Anti-Social Splitboard

Get away from it all with this floaty, lightweight backcountry board. Its progressive, tapered shape and directional camber keep you striding up the skintrack and floating through deep snow with ease. Setup and adjustments are also easy thanks to the versatile Split Channel mounting system.

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"A floaty fun splitboard that offers a reliable ride in the backcountry among friends. The tapered shape with directional camber allows me to stay above the snow in all conditions. I love getting social on the Anti-Social in powder!!"

Jess Holtzer, Marketing

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Stability

Stability refers to a board’s structural integrity, and how the board interacts with the snow’s surface at different speeds and snow conditions. Additionally, a stiffer flex will generally improve stability at speed and on variable terrain. Freeride boards benefit from lots of stability for high speeds, while park and freestyle boards benefit from reduced stability to create a more playful ride.

Float

Float refers to a board’s ability to plane over powder and other soft-snow conditions. Taper in the tail and rockered profiles are hallmarks of float, and floatation is most important for powder and all-mountain snowboards. Nose shape and profile will also impact flotation—wider noses with more rocker generally means more float.

Playfulness

Playfulness refers to a board’s agility and ease of turn initiation. Rocker profile in a board increases playfulness in deep snow, and similarly, narrow waist widths and shorter sidecuts increase maneuverability on hard or groomed snow conditions.

Carve-ability

Carve refers to a board’s ability to hold an edge at speed. All-mountain and park boards’ narrow waist widths and short sidecuts are designed to excel at shredding on groomed conditions. If riding big lines is your game, aim for longer sidecuts for bigger freeride turns. Look for an asymmetrical sidecut if you’re all about Euro carving.

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