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Proving rocker and pop aren't mutually exclusive.
Built for stacking tricks in the streets and carefree cruising in the park, the Stepchild LatchKey Reverse Camber Snowboard is a playful jib stick for riders who live for jibbing. Slightly stiffer than its cambered counterpart, the Reverse Camber LatchKey offers a lively flex and a forgiving, yet surprisingly poppy feel.
The profile is mostly flat for the stability needed to stomp big drops and send it through the jump line, but with rockered tips for a catch-free feel. Biax glass offers a smooth flex that's easy to press, while Kevlar stringers add pop and response so you can still boost big ollies and launch kickers. Tip-to-tail poplar wood provides a lightweight and lively feel, and Armadillo plates reinforce the binding zones for added durability when you're gapping onto rails and landing bomb drops. It's finished off with an easy-to-repair extruded base so you can fix it up after a day of thrashing it on gritty streets.
- Poppy and playful park stick
- Reverse camber for loose, forgiving feel
- Twin shape allows unrestricted switch shredding
- Medium flex handles jibs and jumps alike
- Armadillo plates prevent blowouts and breakage
- Kicker core is light and snappy
- Extruded base is easy to repair
- Item #STC001M