Rock the mountain.
- Reverse Free camber features a full rocker camber for maximum jib-ability
- Glass Reverse V-Stringers add ollie pop without compromising the mellow torsional flex
- Versatile two-degree Park Edge bevel blends maneuverability with grip
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The Garage Rocker 154 wide is a pritty nice board if you are looking for flex for park and jibbing it is the perfect board its also pritty good in the powder but if you switch from a harder board to this board you will be amazed of how much flex there is in this board
Might as well be called the Garbage Rocker.
3 Stars, it lives up to it. I guess you could say "it gets the job done" until it gets fired for injury. My lovely Rocker is a 148, I still have it and thank God I'm replacing it with a signal. I've had the board since the begining of December, within the first month I earned myself a nice massive pressure crack, which quickly lead to a cracked core. The top layer rips like paper, cracks and spreads. I could blame myself for not fixing chips and keep riding them cause I don't have time to fix them, but the top sheet cracks everywhere, nose, tails, and sides. The edges rust like a mofo. On a positive side, it does do what it's intended for, it does have nice playful flex, on the other hand it doesn't have much of a sweet spot, it just kinda goes where you want, the butters drop low though on rails cause there is no flex point. Anyways, not recomended, below intermediate riders maybe.