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Triple OG.

Signal's team of shredders have been building boards for a minute, and not much has changed for the OG Camber snowboard, so you know that they've got it dialed. This twin shred stick is built tough to handle features in the park, and anywhere else you find them. Traditional camber means solid edge-hold and the control that experienced riders rely on for getting wild. Triax fiberglass and carbon stringers make it responsive, and the dual radius sidecut yields a progressive turn shape, so it's responsive when you're nibbling and stable when you're charging into that step down you've been sweating. Perfect for handling your business.

The OG Camber runs on traditional camber, for maximum pop and edge control. The twin shape gives you unlimited switch options. Triaxial fiberglass in the topsheet and the core work in conjunction with carbon stringers, increasing the response for a snappy ride. In case you're wondering, the flex is medium-stiff, so while it'll press and butter, the real focus is on hard-charging stability. A sintered Durasurf base slides fast and holds a bunch of wax. The dual radius sidecut means that the sidecut is tighter between the bindings, for quick response at low speeds, and when you get the full edge locked into the hill, the open radius outside the bindings keeps your turns solid. Plus, like all Signal boards, it's built in the US by people who shred.

  • Traditional camber
  • Twin shape
  • Dual independent sidecut
  • Medium-stiff flex
  • Carbon fiber stringers
  • Triax fiberglass
  • ABS sidewall
  • Sintered Durasurf base
  • Hand painted topsheet

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