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A triple-threat guy.

The three-stage rocker of the Signal Rocker Light Snowboard lets you hold an edge without catching one. The flat area between the bindings allows you to carve the Rocker Light, while the second and third stages act as secondary contact points for the edges and allow you to pivot up to the nose and tail.

  • Fast, durable sintered bases on all models
  • Profile is thinner on the nose and tail but has a standard thickness between your feet for low spin weight and added responsiveness
  • Alternating grain structure for maximum strength and added pop
  • Biaxial glass gives the Rocker Light its soft tip to tail flex
  • Nylon 8210 top material provides a softer torsion flex
  • Carbon stringers from tip to tail for added pop and strength

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5 5

Finally I found a good Park/Powder board!

I was tired of trying to decide whether I should bring my Powder board or my Park board on those iffy days and I always seamed to bring the wrong one. I was sick of having 2 baords that I had to choose between. I have been searching for years for a good Park/Powder board and have failed many times. I was fortunate enough to be able to demo the Signal Rocker Light on a crappy hardpack day, and again on an awesome powder day and in the park on both days! I finally found what I've been looking for for so many years! The flat (no camber) area between the bindings is perfect for hardpack park runs and for floating on top of the pow on powder days. The 2 stage rocker outside the bindings ensure that those presses look legit, the butters are buttery smooth, and the tips stay up and float like a dream while riding with a centered stance in the deepest of powder days.

I'm 5'5" and 110lbs. I usually ride a 144 DC BFF in the park and a 152 Lib Tech Skate Banana in the pow. I demoed the 152 Rocker Light and it blew any other reverse camber board out of the water for responsivness, float, butters, and overall fun in all conditions! You will read in other reviews that they say the board is loose and playful, which it is for the most part, but is still resposive. They also say it is a bit unstable at high speeds which made me a little hesitant about getting the board, but after demoing it and bombing down hills, it was a little chattery, but wasn't all that bad! You can do it all with this board! Who wants to buy my Rome Reverb Rocker from me? ;)

4 5


This board is soo fun and loose. Took me a few laps to learn how to ollie and level out. Reminds me of riding a skateboard. Little unstable in high speeds but you can still point and smash. You skid more then crave. But this board is so live in the park. If your looking for a board to mess and dink around the mountain with a skate background, you will dig this board.