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In preparation for interstellar snowboard competitions that will immediately follow contact with extra terrestrials, Stepchild worked closely with NASA (not really) to make the Chi Borg Snowboard. Inspired by the advanced technology in such revolutionary inventions as the rocking chair and butter, Stepchild gave this all-mountain board a rocker camber and easy-flexing, full poplar wood core.

  • Rocker (reverse camber) shape lifts 6mm in nose and tail for buttery jibbing and better float in powder
  • Kicker I wood core makes it darn light, easy to flex, and durable
  • Armadillo Plate fiberglass reinforcement layer is placed over the inserts for added strength under foot
  • Extruded base is pre-waxed and easy to maintain
  • True twin shape means it rides awesome if you forget which way you ride

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i'm 6', 160# intermed-adv. rider and i've...

i'm 6', 160# intermed-adv. rider and i've always ridden traditional camber. if i like a 157cm trad. camber, will the 158 rev. camber be too big?

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usually going reverse camber allows you to size down a few cms. From a 157 to a 158 is not going to be a huge difference.

whats the waist width on the 158?

whats the waist width on the 158?

how flexible is this board?

how flexible is this board?

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its considered an all terrian killer but is nice and felxible for park tricks, its still going to be stable enough to launch of jumps but you will be abe to get your press on. either look up scott vine in sunday in the park, he is often scene ripping on it or go to stepchildes page and watch simon chamberlin press the snot out of it in his part

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ive been looking into this board and i...

ive been looking into this board and i havnt been able to find a good review on it, my question is how well this board will ride in the park and how easy will it be to do presses and such on boxes and such or is this board too stiff for that?