- AntiCamber features a long flat zone between your feet, with rocker in the tip/tail for a blend of locked-in balance on rails and pre-loaded pressing power
- Camber Core balances out Anti-Camber's loose feel with arched wood and fiberglass in strategic zones for improved pop
- Radius2Flat tip/tail keep you on top of the deep stuff when the park gets buried in two feet of pow
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Is this board good for jumping on rails...
Is this board good for jumping on rails in the park
Fun Jib Board
I rode this board a bunch this summer up on Mt Hood and its loads of fun. It rode soft, but had a lot of liveliness, as well. The rocker on this board takes place outside of the bindings, allowing the middle platform of the board to freeride well. Overall, I would highly recommend this board to anyone looking for a softer board, mostly for jibbing and creative park lines. If you are hitting jumps over 40', you'll probably want something a little stiffer. I loved this board!