If you're reading this, chances are that you in some way have had some sort of contact with a snowboard before, either riding one, holding one, or maybe even seen one in a magazine. Chances are also, that most of the snowboards you've been in contact with have had traditional camber. Well, in case you haven't seen one of these before, if you ay the board flat it will be risen off the ground in the center and the tip and tail contact points will be touching the ground (if all has gone according to plan). This type of camber is good for most anything and any conditions and is available in The Good Life, Hypershred, and Comfort Cruiser models.
The Flapjack Camber is, like the name hints, flat. Flat like a pancake. This means that when the board is laid flat, it's flat. Flat out. When actually riding this board and engaging a turn it allows for quicker response as your weight will already be forcing the board into a curve radius. Good at slow speeds when setting up to hit a rail, or at higher speeds when setting up for spinning off a jump, avoiding to have to make that annoying "S" curve in the opposite direction of your intended spin, allowing you to take off more flat based with a little set-up turn at the lip for spin direction. Fine tuned. Available in the Hypershred.
Continuous Reverse Camber
Shaped to mimmick a portion of a large circle, this camber looks like the feet of a rocking chair. This allows for added float in deep powder, allowing you to not have to lean back as hard and avoiding that pesky leg burn. In powder, as well as on groomed trails, this camber also initiates turns very quickly, as the actual contact length is shorter than a flat cambered board or a board with traditional camber. With some added stiffness in the tip and tail the board still maintains "pop" to crack and ollie over the rope into the off-piste powder heaven. Available in The Good Life.
Smorgasbord literally means "Sandwich Table" in Swedish. Imagine that! A table chock full of different sandwiches. The finest in the land. We would cut off our own pinky for access to something like that. Anyhow, this camber is has a little bit of that proverbial sandwich table in it. Flat in between the bindings, and reverse camber outside the bindings, this board has the best of all worlds. Flat for quicker turn initiation, reverse camber tips and tails for that powder float, tail/nose press jibbery, with added stiffness in the tip and tail for maintained ollie ease. think about all of that and maybe make yourself a sandwich to help digest it. Available in the Comfort Cruiser.