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The Ultrafear is a very catch free board. It has flat camber between the inserts and then rocker and flat kick in the tips. I'm not sure on the exact amount of reverse camber. Capita isn't listing that anywhere. My guess somewhere between 2-5mm. The picture gives a very good example of the camber profile. As you can see no contacts points at the tips, this will give you that catch free feel you are looking at.

If you ever want to talk about this board or any other snowboard please don’t hesitate to call or email.

800-409-4502 ext 4420
kbrady@backcountry.com

The Ultrafear is a very catch free board. It has flat camber between the inserts and then rocker and flat kick in the tips. I'm not sure on the exact amount of reverse camber. Capita isn't listing that anywhere. My guess somewhere between 2-5mm. The picture gives a very good example of the camber profile. As you can see no contacts points at the tips, this will give you that catch free feel you are looking at.  <br/>  <br/> If you ever want to talk about this board or any other snowboard please don’t hesitate to call or email.  <br/>  <br/> 800-409-4502 ext 4420  <br/> kbrady@backcountry.com <br/>

Like most boards, my stoke level is through the roof before riding it. After 20+ years of riding I'm pretty confident in my ability to pick the right board off the shelf. I focus on specific specs that fit my size and riding style. With the Flight Attendant being a directional board, I was concerned about how it will ride switch. This board is directional but Burton centered the stance between the contact points. I did some research and read or watched a few reviews where the riders claimed that it rides switch pretty well. Its always scary to buy a new board, especially a 1st generation, but knowing your specific fit needs and doing a little research can go a long ways. Can't wait to put some new Cartel EST bindings on it and take it out on a hunt.
If you would like to talk about this board or any other snowboard product you can get a hold of me at 1800-409-4502 Ext 4420 or kbrady@backcountry.com

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